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SummaryEIH, which runs Oberoi Group of hotels, on Tuesday said in a filing on the BSE that PRS Oberoi, now the executive chairman, and SS Mukherji, now vice-chairman and chief executive officer, of the company would get commission at 2% of the net profits of the company in a financial year.

EIH brass to get 2% of profits as commission

EIH, which runs Oberoi Group of hotels, on Tuesday said in a filing on the BSE that PRS Oberoi, now the executive chairman, and SS Mukherji, now vice-chairman and chief executive officer, of the company would get commission at 2% of the net profits of the company in a financial year. Moreover, it informed the bourses that Mukherjeeís remuneration has been revised to R15 lakh per month with effect from February 2013.

Amazon, Redington tie up for Kindle sale

Amazon Seller Sevices, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Amazon.com, has appointed Chennai-based Redington India as a national distributor for its Kindle devices. This distribution tie up will give Redington en entry into e-reader segment. Amazon.com is a Fortune 500 company based in Seattle and is engaged in the e-commerce business and offers wide range of products online in categories such as books, movies and games, said a Redington filing to stock exchanges.

Jaguar XJ Ultimate arrives in India

The Jaguar XJ Ultimate was launched in India on Tuesday. For the uninitiated, the XJ Ultimate represents the pinnacle of the luxurious and innovative XJ experience with heightened levels of opulence for rear-seat passengers. Available in two engine derivatives, the XJ Ultimate is priced from R17,824,481, ex-showroom, Mumbai.

Status quo on Calcutta HCís order on Dunlop

The Supreme Court has granted a status quo till March 13 on Calcutta High Courtís order of winding up Dunlop India. The apex court has directed Dunlop to file an appeal in the name of the company. Contributories of Dunlop filed a petition at Supreme Court following the Calcutta High Courtís winding up order.

Calcutta HC declines stay on Reckitt ad

Thereís new twist to the ongoing legal battle between Hindustan Unilever (HUL) and Reckitt Benckiser India (RBIL). After hearing both HUL and RBIL grievances, the Calcutta High Court has not granted any stay order on RBILís television commercial that says Dettol Healthy Kitchen has better germ killing capability than HULís Vim Liquid. As an interim measure with the consent of HUL and RBIL, the court recorded that RBIL would remove from its television commercial only the portion showing the visual of quantum of germs killed by use of the two competing products.

PVR announces NFC wallet for BlackBerry10

Entertainment firm PVR has announced its first ĎNFC enabled PVR Walletí app for the BlackBerry 10 platform. Empowered with the innovative NFC technology and NECís integrated e-money solution, moviegoers

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