Stocks in the news: Yes Bank, PNB, Dabur India, Titan, Intellect Design, Bajaj Finance, Tata Steel

Stocks in the news: Yes Bank, PNB, Dabur India, Titan, Intellect Design, Bajaj Finance, Tata Steel

Here are the stocks that are in news today: Results Today: PNB, Dabur India, Titan Company, REC, Ajanta Pharma, Apollo Tyres, Berger Paints, Birla Corporation, Cholamandalam Investment, Divis Laboratories, Gati, Gillette India, Godrej Properties, GTL Infrastructure, Gujarat Gas, JSPL, NCC, Redington, Tech Mahindra, VST Tillers Tractors NOCIL Q2: Consolidated net profit up 3.9% at Rs 54.9 crore versus Rs 52.9 crore, revenue down 22.9% at Rs 209.7 crore versus Rs 272 crore, YoY Intellect Design Q2: Consolidated net loss at…

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The interior design at New York’s best restaurants is more playful than ever

The interior design at New York’s best restaurants is more playful than ever

While dining out for the big recent revamp of our EAT List—our comprehensive list of the best 100 restaurants in New York right now—one thing became clear: The age of white tablecloths is over.  It would be too simple to describe the way that some of the city’s most exciting dining destinations have evolved their interior design as being Instagram-friendly. Surely, that plays a role: it’s a built in marketing tool that helps spread the word about the great food. But part of…

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AD100 Architect David Adjaye to Design Three Houses of Worship Alongside One Another

AD100 Architect David Adjaye to Design Three Houses of Worship Alongside One Another

On Abu Dhabi’s Saadiyat Island, the Louvre Abu Dhabi by Jean Nouvel and the forthcoming Guggenheim Abu Dhabi by Frank Gehry, the Zayed National Museum by Lord Norman Foster, the Abu Dhabi Performing Arts Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects, and the Maritime Museum by Tadao Ando will soon have a trio of neighbors by another world-renowned peer. AD100 architect Sir David Adjaye recently won the competition to design the Abrahamic Family House there, three religious structures whose orientation and adjacency…

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Graphic-design students have Dinner With Strangers

Graphic-design students have Dinner With Strangers

Five Shepherd University graphic-design students were able to spend time with community members in their chosen career field during the first Dinner with Strangers for the academic year. Ellen Smith hosted the dinner Sept. in her Shepherd Village home and invited guest Mary Watters. Smith recently retired from teaching graphic design at Hagerstown Community College and previously owned a desktop publishing company and freelance graphic design business. Bachelor of Fine Arts majors with a graphic design concentration who participated were…

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Single mom finds her way to financial freedom with help from a Credit Cafe

Single mom finds her way to financial freedom with help from a Credit Cafe

Kristina is a single mom to two teenage boys. She eventually found herself in a tough situation, where she had acquired a lot of debt over the years. She thought she would never be able to pay it all off. Kristina had always had an interest in homeownership, but like many others thought that she would never be able to realize such a dream on a single household income. She began to feel hopeful, though, when one of her single-mom…

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Another Fashion First: Designer Anne Damgaard Selects Dallas for U.S. Exhibition

Another Fashion First: Designer Anne Damgaard Selects Dallas for U.S. Exhibition

Quietly perched along the tip of the Design District lies one of Dallas’ latest art gems. A family-owned contemporary gallery, SITE131, is peacefully concealed within the cluster of galleries located within the neighborhood. Co-owned by mother-son duo Seth and Joan Davidow, SITE131 is a hub for major, private art collections depicting breathtaking views of the Calatrava bridges and the Dallas skyline in the background. Thirty-year art veteran Joan Davidow is the space’s creative genius, drawing from her former careers as…

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Seeing Eye: Architect to address Boardman history group

Seeing Eye: Architect to address Boardman history group

HISTORICAL SOCIETY SPEAKER: The Boardman Historical Society will start its fall schedule of speakers a.m. Saturday at the Boardman Library. The speaker will be Bob Mastriana of M Architects, a firm that specializes in architectural design and historic preservation. He will speak on “The Architecture of the Western Reserve.” Mastriana is a graduate of Boardman High School and the Kent State University School of Architecture. He also studied in Florence, Italy. Some of the many projects he has worked on…

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UK’s Javid says finance sector is top priority as Brexit nears: source

UK’s Javid says finance sector is top priority as Brexit nears: source

LONDON Reuters – British finance minister Sajid Javid told representatives of the country’s financial services industry on Monday that the sector was a top priority for him as the country prepares to leave the European Union, a person familiar with the discussions said. Britain s Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid walks outside Downing Street in London, Britain, September , . REUTERSSimon Dawson Sajid said he was committed to close dialogue with the largest firms in the sector at the…

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How two friends built Revolve into a fashion empire with Instagram influencers

How two friends built Revolve into a fashion empire with Instagram influencers

Two young tech co-workers named Michael, who knew absolutely nothing about fashion, unexpectedly found themselves in the rag bin of the dot-com bust at the beginning of the century. Now they’re running one of the fastest-growing e-commerce clothing companies in the nation: Revolve Group. It was valued at nearly $. billion when it recently went public and, despite a snag here and there, is headed to more than $ million in sales this year. Michael Mente, , and Mike Karanikolas,…

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New York City Bus, Subway Riders Could Face Service Cuts in Fall

New York City Bus, Subway Riders Could Face Service Cuts in Fall

The head of the Metropolitan Transportation ity said the agency is considering possible service reductions to New York City’s subway and bus system this fall to help alleviate a budget deficit. MTA Chairman and CEO Patrick Foye said during a board meeting Friday that there could be “guideline service reductions” targeting some of the less burdened parts of the city’s transit system come September but didn’t provide further details on what that would mean. “That is painful for all of…

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