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Good MBA institutes are spreading their wings like never before. This would certainly help produce better quality management graduates for the corporate sector, and should positively impact the economy

Good MBA institutes are setting up newer campuses, which is a good thing, says MDRA's executive director

Nov 04, 2022

Good MBA institutes are spreading their wings like never before. This would certainly help produce better quality management graduates for the corporate sector, and should positively impact the economy

Higher edtech companies are filling the gap and ensuring top-quality management education for the thousands who can't make it to the top B-schools

Online higher education is allowing many more students to do MBA, says upGrad's CEO

Nov 04, 2022

India's top B-schools have limited seats. Higher edtech companies are filling the gap and ensuring top-quality management education for the thousands who can't make it to the top B-schools

In times of economic uncertainty, India stands out as the fastest-growing of the large global economies and the most resilient stock market this year, writes Udayan Mukherjee

The cleanest dirty shirt: Udayan Mukherjee on India as the fastest-growing economy and its resilient stock market

Nov 03, 2022

In times of economic uncertainty, India stands out as the fastest-growing of the large global economies and the most resilient stock market this year

Chairman R.C. Bhargava takes a trip down memory lane and talks about the road ahead for the auto industry

Maruti Suzuki Chairman RC Bhargava takes us through the carmaker's 40-year journey in India

Oct 20, 2022

As Maruti, popularly known as the people's car, completes 40 years, Chairman R.C. Bhargava takes a trip down memory lane and talks about the road ahead for the auto industry

"Sitting here in London, it is impossible not to be struck by the stark difference in economic tidings these days from the western world and India," writes Udayan Mukherjee

India is climbing the GDP charts, but a world-class economy and society are far away, says Udayan Mukherjee

Oct 06, 2022

India has done well economically compared to the developed nations, but it has to build on its strong domestic economic base to create a truly world-class society

Business tycoon Cyrus Mistry passed away at the age of 54 on  September 4, 2022

What was Cyrus Mistry really like as a person? Deep insights from a close family associate

Sep 14, 2022

From taking over the reins of the Tata group to his sudden exit, Cyrus Mistry’s life was a roller-coaster ride that ended abruptly

The journey of India’s tax regime since Independence, both on the direct and indirect tax fronts is fascinating, and to a large extent mirrors the change in the economic policies of the country.

From 97.75% in 1973 to 42.74% in 2021: How India’s tax rates have crashed

Sep 15, 2022

From being a socialist economy to a growth-oriented one, India’s tax regime mirrors the country’s changing economic policies

K.V. Kamath is the Chairman, National Bank for Financing Infrastructure and Development

The Start-Up Families: How Old Family Businesses are Changing With Times

Sep 05, 2022

Start-ups are creating wealth the same way that business families used to, but old family businesses are also evolving with the times

Cyclicality, almost akin to the seasons of nature, lies at the core of most long-term forecasting and preparation. But what if this cyclicality is at its end?

Animal Spirits: Are We Witnessing the End of Cycles?

Aug 05, 2022

The world's economic graph over the next few decades may resemble jagged shards of broken glass, with many tips pointing downwards

(Image courtesy: Pixabay)

Building a Resilient Supply Chain: From Backend Support to Core Competence

Aug 05, 2022

Covid-19 has forced companies to bring supply chains to the front and centre of their strategy. Going forward, successful firms will be those with strong supply chains

The circular issued by the CBDT contains several questions and answers seeking to clarify what payments would fall within the ambit of Section 194R of the Act.

How a CBDT Circular has Given Rise to a Tax Debate

Aug 03, 2022

Recent guidelines issued by the CBDT seem to have overreached the ambit of the provisions of Section 194R

Oil could have been the potential saviour amongst commodities, but the recent windfall tax on oil producers has put paid to those expectations.

Animal Spirits: Are We Looking at the End of the Corporate Profit Cycle That Began in 2020?

Jul 12, 2022

This may turn out to be only a short-lived interruption to the corporate profit cycle that began in 2020, but could as easily be the start of a longer down cycle.

Illustration: Raj Verma

Why Despite Losing its Tax-free Status, the UAE Remains Competitive

Jul 07, 2022

The UAE is set to introduce corporate tax to comply with the OECD's Inclusive Framework, to which it is a signatory. But that doesn't blunt its competitiveness

Illustration: Anirban Ghosh

Here's How to Make Sense of ESG Investing

Jul 07, 2022

It is important to understand the investment objective -- whether one wishes to protect downside by ESG risk mitigation, or to generate alpha

The focus is on making organisations outcome-oriented by bringing together differentiating capabilities and multidimensional skill sets

Changing priorities for the CEO

Jun 17, 2022

The focus is on making organisations outcome-oriented by bringing together differentiating capabilities and multidimensional skill sets,

Udayan Mukherjee

The Bear Market Test for Indian Retail Investors

Jun 10, 2022

This is the bear market test for Indian retail investors. Waxing and waning is the very nature of the market, though the reasons keep changing each time.

Udayan Mukherjee

Clear and Present Danger: Economic Stagnation and Inflation could lead to Stagflation

Apr 29, 2022

The combined effect of economic stagnation and rising inflation could lead to stagflation of the kind the world has not seen since the 1970s

Image: Reuters

Why Your Next Luxury Car Could Be an EV

Apr 26, 2022

EVs will account for a fifth of sales in the luxury car segment in the next five years

Image: Reuters

EVs: Towards a Greener Future

Apr 25, 2022

The sector needs to focus on infrastructure and innovation

Udayan Mukherjee

Here's Why The Government is an Unreliable Promoter

Apr 02, 2022

While the government is happy to sell shares of its companies in the public market to raise money when required, it has nothing but rank disrespect for the rights of other shareholders. For decades, it has run roughshod over them in listed PSUs

Factors which make a company a great place to work

Tuned in to Employees' Needs

Mar 31, 2022

Factors which make a company a great place to work