IDBI Bank examines rights issue<br /><ul><li>IDBI Bank has now decided to wave various charges on current and savings accounts as a measure to further strengthen the bank’s bonds with its customers.
The list of charges, which have been withdrawn include: average balance charges, account closure charges, ATM inter-change fee, Issuance, Card fee new-Master, Card fee New-VISA, cash service charges, cheque book charges, DD charges, ECS charges, EFT charges, new card issue, outstation cheque clearance, PO charges, account statement charges, standing instruction charges, stop payment charges, outward charges, MICR Cheque charges, DD cancellation charges, DD issue charges.</li></li></ul><li>Audi India's August sales up 46 per cent<br /><ul><li> German luxury car manufacturer Audi's Indian subsidiary Saturday reported that its August sales grew 46 percent and stood at 250 cars as compared to 171 units in the corresponding period last year.
The German automobile maker also said that its sales from January to August grew by 66 percent and stood at 1,876 cars as against the same period of the last year.
Currently, Audi offers models like A4, A6, A8, Q5, Q7, TT and the super sports car Audi R8 in the Indian market.</li></li></ul><li>Mini 210' posts in Business Tech<br /><ul><li> The newest welterweight laptop from Hewlett-Packard, introduced offer more than flashy new skins. Inside is Intel's newest chip technology that offers more performance without a significant hit to battery life.
First up is the 3-pound Mini 210. This Netbook offers, for the first time, a dual-core Atom processor, a break from a long line of single-core-only Atom Netbook processors. Dual-core processors are better at handling multiple data streams than single-core processors and thus boost performance significantly for certain applications.
HP claims up to 10.75 hours of battery life with a six-cell battery. That said, even if HP is overstating battery life, anything within the ball park of eight to ten hours is decent for a Windows dual-core laptop</li>