On Wednesday, Shares of ICICI Bank Ltd (ADR) (NYSE:IBN), subtract -0.94% and closed at $7.37 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $7.32 and $7.50. The company’s Market capitalization is $21.51 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 5.82 Billion. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $5.15 and reached to max level of $9.27. ICICI Bank Limited, together with its auxiliaries, provides banking and financial services in India and internationally. It operates through Retail Banking, Wholesale Banking, Treasury, Other Banking, Life Insurance, General Insurance, and Others segments. The company offers savings, salary, pension, current, other accounts; and fixed, recurring, fixed, and security deposits. It also provides home, car, personal, gold, and commercial business loans, in addition to loans against securities and other loans; business loans, such as cash credit/overdrafts for working capital requirement, export credit, term loans, letters of credit, and bank guarantees; and credit, debit, prepaid, travel, and corporate cards. In addition, the company offers life, health, travel, car, two wheeler, home, and student medical insurance products; card protection plans; fire, marine, industrial, corporate, liability, and shop insurance products; pockets wallet; fixed income products; investment products, such as mutual funds, gold monetization schemes, and initial public offerings, in addition to other online investment services; and farmer finance, tractor loans, and micro banking services, in addition to other services to agri traders and processors, and agri corporates. Further, it provides portfolio administration, trade, foreign exchange, locker, private and NRI banking, and cash administration services; family wealth and demat accounts; commercial banking, investment banking capital markets and custodial, project and technology finance, and institutional banking services, in addition to Internet, mobile, and phone banking services. In Addition To, the company offers securities investment, broking, trading, and underwriting services; and merchant banking, private equity/venture capital fund administration, trusteeship, and pension fund administration services.
Symantec Corporation (NASDAQ:SYMC), droppped -0.48% and closed at $24.94 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $24.67 and $25.12. The company’s Market capitalization is $15.41 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 615.59 million. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $16.14 and reached to max level of $25.72. Mayfield, a global, early-stage venture firm with a 47-year history of championing entrepreneurs, recently added Rishi Garg, a former senior corporate and business development executive from Twitter and Square to its investment team. Garg is the sixth investing partner at Mayfield and will continue Mayfield’s focus on backing world-class Internet entrepreneurs, especially those changing the way people live, work, and play. Garg’s focus areas include social media and new media platforms, disruptive financial services and technology businesses, and new marketplaces.
Mayfield has championed a team of entrepreneurs around key areas of consumer Internet innovation counting:
- Disrupting transportation (Logan and John of Lyft);
- Creating the first solar utility provider (Lyndon and Peter of SolarCity);
- Establishing next generation adtech platforms (Frank of Rubicon Project and Jonah of Moat);
- Creating India’s leading matrimonial marketplace (J. Muruga of Matrimony.com);
- Delivering China’s leading travel search engine (CC Zhang of Qunar);
- Delivering delightful mobile experiences (Akshay and Ankit of Pulse/LinkedIn);
- Building the first mobile and social fashion marketplace (Manish of Poshmark);
- Scaling community commerce platforms (Steve of Massdrop);
- Building the first dedicated small business professional network (Eric and Venkat of Alignable);
- Democratizing fintech (Avi and Dan of Stockpile);
- Pioneering digital health devices and communities (Jef of Basis/Intel and Ron of HealthTap);
- Delivering drone platforms (Chris of 3D Robotics).
“Rishi’s entrepreneurial DNA and product-first approach to business leadership at two iconic consumer Internet companies makes for a perfect fit with our entrepreneur-friendly team,” said Navin Chaddha, who joined Mayfield a decade ago, leads the Firm, and represents its current and former consumer investments in Lyft, Matrimony.com, Poshmark, Pulse, and SolarCity. “His product strategy insights coupled with his entrepreneurial empathy and hustle facilitated Square and Twitter to expand their offerings, build new products, and greatly amplify their impact in the world. This expertise is now available to our current and future entrepreneurs. When you combine his unique experiences with his global thinking and access to a rich next-generation entrepreneur network, he is the ideal candidate to enhance our mission to create lasting companies.”