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Long Road Ahead

The total loan staring at a default comes to Rs 91,000 crore and there's no resolution in sight even four months after the government took control.

 
 
Cable TV networks discarded pay channels in Tier II & III markets.

Rural India could be a hotbed of cybercrimes due to lack of education and low digital literacy.

Tim Cook of Apple and Elon Musk of Tesla are both known for their insane work hours.

A look at innovative workhorses which will keep you ahead of the pack.

Vinod Dasari's focussed leadership helped debt-ridden Ashok Leyland avoid a crash and turn around.

Despite no big product launches in the US last year, Natco Pharma gained from its strategy of focussing on a few big products. It now hopes to build on this.

The shortlisting process accounts for both quantitative as well as qualitative aspects.

Sajjan Jindal, Chairman of JSW Steel, buys when everyone sells.

 
 

This Jaipur-based edtech company helps students become logical thinkers and problem-solvers.

When Vats took over the reins in 2012, Viacom was a six-channel network. Today, it has grown into 46 channels with a huge regional presence.

The real reason behind Alzheimer's is not known yet, but there are ways to delay the onset of this progressively debilitating disease.

Virtual reality has been mostly good for games and entertainment, but Ford is now using it to design cars.

Shome's handling of tax reforms is legendary and his autobiography mostly chronicles that; But you will also find glimpses of life's rich hues.

Britannia Industries' MD Varun Berry is set to turn the company into a total foods company.

Rajeev Jain has the unique ability to think like a customer and come up with marketable products.

Shree Cement believes in being different. So, it expanded during a downturn, and even bought a Gulf-based company. The bold bets are set to pay off.

Mukesh Ambani is betting on consumer businesses to take RIL's story forward.