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King of Distressed Assets

India's biggest distressed asset investor, Rashesh Shah of Edelweiss Group, has accumulated the largest pile of bad loans - over Rs 90,000 crore. Will his gambit succeed?

 
 

Tech-powered cycle-sharing services could just be the eco-friendly solution to India's congested, polluted towns.

With the Delhi High Court's verdict, Daiichi Sankyo has scored a victory against former Ranbaxy promoters. But it won't end there.

Why Danone exited the Indian dairy business.

Acharya Balkrishna, MD of Patanjali Ayurved, asserts that his company is a flagbearer of swadeshi. He spoke to BT's Ajita Shashidhar about what makes Patanjali stand out.

Registration Cancellation of over 2 lakh inactive companies is a display of the government's cavalier attitude

Coming to the looks of the car, it gets a new quartz brown colour scheme with matching plastic cladding on the sides, wheel arches and the back door.

Corporate Indias fragile credit health is fast becoming a cause for concern.

N. Chandrasekaran is doing his best to restore normalcy at the Tata Group after the acrimonious exit of Cyrus Mistry. But his problems are many.

Promoter ousted as lenders seek a management change.

 
 

Bira's Ankur Jain has swiftly carved a niche for himself in a difficult domestic alcoholic beverage industry. He is far from done yet.

While ArcelorMittal, Tata Steel and Vedanta draw plans to buy Essar Steel, the Ruia family, too, is looking for a backdoor entry. Can it succeed?

The Union budget fails to live up to the expectations of Indian Inc. on the tax front even as private investments fail to take off.

Companies are becoming more efficient, paring working capital needs on lower commodity prices and inflation.

How board members can ensure good corporate governance.

Videocon has approached banks for debt restructuring after making huge losses in telecom and picture tube plant revamp. Is the company staring at insolvency?

Early bird corporate results show there is little reason to cheer.