The 23rd edition of BT 500 lists India's most valuable companies by average market capitalisation, and also on numerous other financial parameters.
Business Today Editor Chaitanya Kalbag shares how the rankings of India's top 500 companies have thrown up more than their share of surprises this year.
A tell-all account of how politicians, unions and its servile chairmen destroyed Air Indi.
Starring: Lakshmi Pratury, Henri Holm, Humza Yousaf, Apurv Bagri, Faisal Husain and Krish Ramakrishnan
Yogesh Malik, CEO, Uninor shares details about his first role model, job, boss, promotion and disappointment.
Luxury cars account for just one per cent of India's automobile market, but automakers are betting on smaller cars in this segment to bump up sales. India is the world's largest hatchback market with 1.8 mn cars rolling out of its factories a year.
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Social media, and all the likes and retweets that come with it, is very
good for the ego. But is there any way to measure how much impact your
140 characters of sarcasm, or the Instagram of your last Italian meal,
had on your peers? Yes indeed, there are many.
Despite the downturn, banks continue to recruit liberally. According to various industry reports, hiring in the sector is likely to
rise further - over a million in the next five years - because a large
number of bank employees are reaching retirement age.
A number of women leaders have made it to the corner office in the past
year. Interestingly, the state-owned banks have been in the lead in
promoting them to the top job. A list of the best known among them.
Eleanor Catton (right), 28-year old author from New Zealand, won the Man
Booker prize 2013 for her novel, The Luminaries. She is the youngest to
win the coveted literary prize. The sole Indian-origin author
competing, Jhumpa Lahiri, lost out.