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Team BT
Delhi, Edition:November 6, 2016
Business Today readers share their feedback on the magazine's coverage.
Team BT
Delhi, Edition:October 23, 2016
Business Today readers share their feedback on the magazine's coverage.
Swati Choudhary
Edition:October 9, 2016
The 30 winners were a virtual who's who in the world of business. As many as nine achievers were repeat winners, making it to our list this year too.
By Venkatesha Babu
Delhi, Edition:October 9, 2016

Kola's business acumen and insights have made Kalaari Capital a force to be reckoned with.

Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, Edition:October 9, 2016
The financial sector in India boasts of some of the more high-profile women CEOs and other C-suite executives. It is also the sector where women first broke through the glass ceiling.
PTI
Mumbai, November 2, 2015
Teaser home loans are offered at a fixed low rate of interest in initial years and are then adjusted to a higher floating rate for the remaining tenure.
Team BT
Edition:November 8, 2015
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Sarika Malhotra
Edition:October 11, 2015

Business Today showcased the rapid strides made by women in corporate India at a glittering ceremony in Mumbai.

Team BT
Edition:October 11, 2015
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PTI
September 10, 2015
"Nooyi marks her ninth year atop the $66.6 billion snack-and-drink behemoth in a stronger position than she's been in for a long time," Fortune said about the 59-year-old top executive.
PB Jayakumar and Ajita Shashidhar
Edition:September 27, 2015
The re-positioning led by Tanya Dubash, according to A. Mahendran, former Managing Director of Godrej Consumer Products, not only resulted in robust revenue growth for the group but also helped it attract better talent.
Alokesh Bhattacharyya
Edition:September 27, 2015
"I'm very passionate about alternative energy," says Thermax Chairperson Meher Pudumjee, who professes concern about society and the environment with uncommon zeal.
P.B. Jayakumar
Edition:September 27, 2015
This year alone, Lupin has acquired five companies in South Africa, Russia, the US, Germany and Brazil under CEO Vinita Gupta's leadership. Besides, she has played an important role in globalising Lupin.
Venkatesha Babu
Edition:September 27, 2015
Apollo Hospitals has not only grown organically, but under Managing Director Sunita Reddy, it has also made three significant acquisitions.
Sarika Malhotra
Edition:September 27, 2015
Focusing strongly on the digital platform, Shanti Ekambaram is reaching out to an ever growing number of customers.
Venkatesha Babu
Edition:September 27, 2015

The CEO, Healthcare and Life Sciences,Wipro, in 2014 declared that HLS would become a $1-billion division in a couple of years. She asserts she is on track to achieve that goal.

Ajita Shashidhar
Edition:September 27, 2015
Though VIP had a market share of 60 per cent but the youth didn't identify with it. Radhika resurrected the country's first strolley brand, Skybag and positioned it as a youth product.
Ajita Shashidhar
Edition:September 27, 2015

The executive director of Hindustan Unilever's home care unit says offering her consumers the best possible products is her top priority.

Sarika Malhotra
Edition:September 27, 2015
When Nestle India wanted to challenge the notices on Maggi noodles sent to it earlier this year by the Food Safety and Standards Authority in India , it was Pallavi Shroff the company turned to.
Rajeev Dubey
Edition:September 27, 2015
Before the UPA government determinedly pursued its goal to make CSR mandatory for corporates in the new Companies Act, 2013, Ambani was conceptualising widening RIL's social influence beyond its own locations. That gave birth to Reliance Foundation.
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