Alokesh Bhattacharyya - Journalism, Sub Editor From Business Today

Alokesh Bhattacharyya

A former chef and a former IT teacher, Alokesh Bhattacharyya has found his calling in journalism. A man for all seasons and all types of jobs, he loves his (armchair) cricket, badminton, tennis, among other sports.

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Pramod Mittal was caught up in the inquiry following the suspicious transfer of nearly 11 million euros ($ 12 million) from the bank account of a coking plant between 2006 and 2015
TVS Motor Chairman Venu Srinivasan says with the crisis in the NBFC sector, there is not enough money supply and customers don't have money to buy products
The performance review system is meant to streamline the judicial process in India which has a backlog of more than 2.80 crore cases
Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover has said it plans to harness India's skills and expertise and work towards making advanced vehicles in and for the country

The Makeover Saga

Joe C Mathew
New Delhi , Edition:  November 18, 2018
A dive into the role of coal in a world dominated by renewables.

Wages of Inequality

Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi , Edition:  September 23, 2018

The pay gap between female and male employees not only exists but also increases as they advance in their careers. What can be done to reverse the trend?

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016: The advent of an era of ambiguity?

Monish Panda & Amit Kumar Bhattacharyya
New Delhi , December 12, 2017
With the advent of the code, there have been unprecedented changes in the landscape of insolvency laws in India, most importantly the inclusion of the concept of corporate insolvency resolution process.

The Long Climb Uphill

Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi , Edition:  October 8, 2017

Many more Indian women are rising up the corporate ladder.

N Chandrasekaran's multiple challenges

Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi , January 12, 2017
N Chandrasekaran's promotion to the top job at the $103 billion group appeared a formality when he was among the earliest appointees to the board of Tata Sons after the board unceremoniously ousted Cyrus Mistry as chairman on October 24.
It is one of the most unexpected twists in the history of corporate India. Less than four-years-old Chairman of the $100-billion Tata Group, Cyrus Mistry, has been removed from the top post.
Cyrus Mistry is the younger son of Pallonji Mistry, whose construction company Shapoorji Pallonji & Co is the biggest shareholder of Tata Sons, with a stake of about 18 per cent in Tata Sons. 
Tata Sons on Monday announced that its Board has replaced Cyrus P Mistry as Chairman of Tata Sons. The decision was taken at a Board meeting held on Monday.
Biz Divas Foundation's CEO, Sarika Bhattacharyya, talks to Business Today about how women are faring on boards and the challenges they face. Excerpts:

FM Radio is now a viable business, says Radio City's CEO

Alokesh Bhattacharyya
August 10, 2016
Radio City bagged 11 new private FM stations in the latest Phase III auctions held recently. Having been bought over by Jagran Group, the company now runs 20 Radio City stations and nine Radio Mantra stations.
Vector Consulting, a Mumbai-based management consulting firm, follows the 'Theory of Constraints' model for providing solutions to management and strategic issues of its clients. Kiran Kothekar, Founding Director, Vector Consulting Group, spoke to Business Today.
Delhi-based ARI Simulation has been developing simulation products for aircraft, naval vessels, offshore oil and gas platforms, cranes, among others, for many years.

Kerala's fat tax is a fat load of rubbish

Sourish Bhattacharyya
July 14, 2016
Kerala's communist rulers may have made history by ensuring there state is the first to impose a 14.5 per cent 'fat tax' on fast food products, but will it make rid the state of its tag of being the second most obese after Punjab?
The company said it would add cities like Bangalore, Pune, Noida and Chandigarh in the next few weeks. FabAlley had earlier opened a physical store in Delhi last June.

HSBC cuts global GDP growth forecast to 2.2 per cent

Alokesh Bhattacharyya
New Delhi , July 5, 2016
Pointing out that the Brexit vote proves populism has the ability to trigger big political and economic change, the report says that Brexit was the last thing the global economy needed at this critical juncture.
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