Business Today Archive June 9, 2013 Issue

Edition: June 9, 2013

Cover Story

How Google will change the world again

How Google will change the world again

Google gets down to doing what it knows best - developing new tech - to change your life. To understand the scope of the change that Google is readying, you need to be embedded at the top echelons of Googleplex. Or, get as close with deepdive interviews with its top executives and people who transact with the company.
Special
The Business Today-Value Research Best Mutual Fund Study profiles the funds and managers who came out on top in an uncertain environment.

Full coverage: India's Best Mutual Funds
Editors note
Rising gold prices have knocked more than a few percentage points off India's financial savings but the mutual funds industry seems to have taken it on the chin and grown its assets by 19 per cent in 2012/13.
People
Starring: Milind Shah, Ritesh Agarwal, Peter Skillman, Mittu Chandilya, Ravi Gururaj, Monica Tata, Brian Povinelli
Leadership Spotlight
Dilip Kapur, President, Hidesign shares some notes form his life.
Features
The flurry of reforms it has launched in the last few months have given the government confidence. The Congress is banking on populist measures such as the direct cash transfer scheme and the food security bill to further boost support for the party.
BT More
Chivas Regal 18 has tied up with Italian automotive design firm Pininfarina to showcase its fine blend of 20 rare Scottish single malts.
Technology
An All-in-One is a monitor that has an in-built CPU, which was traditionally a separate entity. It is a complete computer - powerful enough to woo enterprise users, and affordable enough to interest home users as well.
Careers
Not long ago, venture capital funds had to scout for professionals and woo them into joining the young companies they backed. But, today, experienced professionals are doing so on their own.
Focus
The reforms bill would force Indian IT companies to change their business models almost overnight, jack up expenses and hand over key competitive advantages to their American rivals such as IBM and Accenture.

Executive Health
Tuberculosis is far from being just a poor man's disease.

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