The Times of India

Microsoft Ventures establishes world's first startup hotline in India

Microsoft Ventures in India established the world's first startup hotline in Bangalore to give startups access to real-time professional advice regarding the accounting, taxation, legal, and technical aspects of a business via toll-free number.

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Indian jewelry e-tailer BlueStone bags $10M in Series B round

Bangalore, India-based online jewelry retailer BlueStone bagged $10 million in its Series B funding round led by venture capital firm Kalaari Capital to beef up its marketing and branding campaigns.

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India's Quest Global bought American engineering firm Beeken

Bangalore, India-based outsourced engineering solutions provider Quest Global Engineering added Houston, US-based engineering firm Beeken TechQuest for an undisclosed sum to meet the engineering workforce demand in the oil & gas industry.

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New York's Jana Partners takes majority stake in Juniper Networks

New York, US-based investment advisor Jana Partners took a majority stake in Sunnyvale, California-based networking equipment manufacturer Juniper Networks for an undisclosed amount, according to a regulatory filing.

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CA Tech invests with IDG Ventures in Indian startups

New York, US-based independent software corporation CA Tech invested an undisclosed amount with venture capital group IDG Ventures India in India-based enterprise software startups from October to December 2013.

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Argentina to impose online purchase restrictions

The Argentine Republic’s government is imposing a restriction on online purchases, in a bid to reduce the amount of dollars leaving the country and help lift its economy.

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Microsoft and Samsung to acquire stakes in French startups -report

Tech giants Microsoft and Samsung are in talks to acquire stakes in a France-based online music startup and a video-sharing website, according to a report by French weekly Le Journal du Dimanche.

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RMZ to purchase Four Seasons Bangalore

India's corporate real estate developer RMZ Corp is set to acquire the Four Seasons hotel project in Bangalore in a deal that is valued at USD100 million.

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