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Over 150 executives and 20 professionals gave it their all at the grand finale of the 19th edition of the BT Lloyd Pro-Am of Champions in Gurgaon recently.
Six of the eight Indians in Thinkers50, a global listing of the world's best business minds, give sharp takes on their respective areas of expertise.
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Controversies, brilliant minds, great insights, glamour... this year's India Today Conclave was a riveting affair.
More such praise for the world's biggest democracy was evident at the Conclave, India's biggest leadership event in its 12th year, on March 15 and 16.
Indians in greater numbers are starting to understand what luxury means, and they have the attitude and the money to buy it and flaunt it.
The 23rd edition of BT 500 lists India's most valuable companies by average market capitalisation, and also on numerous other financial parameters.
Indian banks face challenges as the economy slows and loan defaults mount. We raise a toast to those who braved the headwinds.
Marketing managers who manage a weak also-ran brand should narrow the focus of their brands in order to strengthen their positions.
In a time of economic stress, the 13th edition of the Conclave sheds light on ways in which the country can still achieve its full potential.
IPL rode on the untold riches the board had recently struck, the limitless stadia and other facilities and having powerful people in its ranks.
If India's leadership can focus on what's good for the nation and its people, it has an opportunity to catapult the country from global middle-income economies.
Business Today's ninth listing of the best and the brightest corporate performers under 40.
The game has changed for the generation Y entrepreneur. He now thinks of a global product rather than making one only for India.
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