Business Today's 12th annual listing of women achievers. We drew up a long list of over 150 women and then shortlisted 55 contenders. Finally, 25 made the cut after jury deliberations.
Banking and finance has particularly thrown up a number of extremely high profile women achievers who have headed banks, run stock exchanges, or made their mark in areas such as deal making and private equity funding.
'Rising Tides: Facing the Challenges of a New Era' by Liam Fox is a must-read for students of politics.
Hardik Patel's rallying cry is
that the Patidar community, comprising 15 per cent of Gujarat's
population, needs the OBC tag and the benefits of reservation that go
In the PC era, Intel ruled, but there's a perception it has been left behind in the era of mobile devices. Kumud Srinivasan, President, Intel India, admits the need to work with greater velocity in this conversation with Business Today. Excerpts:
Does it make sense to buy now or wait for a price correction, which may or may not happen?
China has made a successful transition from a factor-based to an efficiency-based economy, largely because of its ecosystem productivity. India will have to buck up too if it wants manufacturing to contribute 25 per cent of the GDP by 2020.
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Though India may be better off than others due to healthy macroeconomic
parameters, the sell-off by global funds will keep markets here volatile, writes Senior Associate Editor Mahesh Nayak.
Bono's Facebook shares fetched nearly 1 billion pounds, more than
his earnings in a career spanning nearly four decades. In 2009, the U2
frontman picked up 2.3 per cent share in the social media network for 56