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1.Unitech revenues, profit dip 50%

Unitech has reported a 50 per cent dip in its revenues and profits for the quarter ended September 30, 2009, compared to the same period last fiscal.

2.Simplex Infrastructures

Incorporated in 1924 as a British-owned piling firm, Simplex was acquired by the Mundhra family in 1947.

3.Cement cos to be hit in Q1

The profitability of cement companies is expected to be hit in the first quarter of 2010-11 mainly because of a steep fall in production, high input costs and dip in prices.

4.Effective Project Management

A software package especially designed for the construction industry, Hit-Office not only enables effective budgeting, but also offers customised solutions for individual projects.

5.Ambuja Cements posts 4 per cent rise in net profit in 2010

Ambuja Cements has posted a consolidated net profit of Rs 1,263 crore for year ended 2010, a 4 per cent rise over the net profit of Rs 1,217 crore in 2009.

6.A Slippery Bottomline

The October-December 2010 quarter saw the highest growth in topline among the past five to six quarters, but profitability remained sluggish, with the quarter posting decline of five per cent in net profits.

7.Madras Cements net jumps in Q3

Madras Cements reported a two-and-half times jump in net profit for the third quarter of this financial year as compared to the corresponding quarter in the previous year.

8.In Recovery Mode

The quarter ended March 2011 witnessed healthy growth in net profit but saw the lowest revenue growth in the fiscal.

9.Most Admired Companies: Larson & Toubro (L&T)

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is a seven-decade strong, $11.5 billion technology, manufacturing, engineering and construction conglomerate with global operations.

10.Net profit of Adani Ports rises 19 per cent

The standalone net profit of Adani Ports & SEZ grew 19 per cent to Rs 1,177 crore in 2011-12 compared to Rs 986 crore in the previous year.