Business Today Archive May 8, 2016 Issue

Edition: May 8, 2016

Cover Story

What went wrong with Tata Steel UK operations

What went wrong with Tata Steel UK operations

Nine years ago, Tata Group shelled out $12 billion to pick up Corus - its biggest purchase till date. Now it is exiting at a huge loss. The distress sale is a dream turned sour for the group that made India's biggest overseas acquisition at the peak of the commodities supercycle.

Editors note
Between 2004 and 2008, business leaders in India and around the world were in the grip of unbridled optimism. After two years of lacklustre growth in global GDP, economies around the world had started looking up by end of 2003.
Trends
The global economy has been facing headwinds over the past few years.
Features
Ajay Bhushan Pandey, DG and Mission Director, UIDAI, spoke to Business Today on Aadhaar enrolment crossing the one- billion mark.
Corporate
BT spent time with the four key founders - N.R. Narayana Murthy, Nandan Nilekani, Kris Gopala-krishnan and S.D. Shibulal - who also occupied the CEO & MD position, to know about their life after Infosys and get their views on the opportunities in the current scenario.
Focus
In the third quarter, Dr. Reddy's revenues from India rose 34 per cent from the corresponding quarter of the previous year (partly due to acquisition of a few established brands of Belgian company UCB in India). However, in March, the growth was 7 per cent.

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