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Corporate

After a long period of troubles, multiplexes are finally looking up as some good content comes in from Bollywood and cost pressures ease.

 
 
A series of high profile labour strikes is tarnishing Tamil Nadu’s well cultivated investor-friendly image.
Once the world's third-largest software company, Computer Associates is betting big on India to get its mojo back.
After changing its focus from enzymes to biopharma, India's best-known biotech company wants to transform itself into a truly global company.
A few wholly-owned subsidiaries of Larsen & Toubro have been quietly mopping up chunky stakes in businesses that are related to those of the group.
Some of India’s biggest companies - and at least one global buyout firm - have trained their sights on the 80-year-old's chemicals business.
GlaxoSmithKline rules the malted food drinks segment and has a comfortable presence in pain relievers and antacids. So, why is it acting like an insecure underdog?
 
 
Marico is an Indian multinational with a difference—it is powering its overseas business by becoming a part of life in West Asia, Africa and even Bangladesh.
The Shriram Group has a unique way of creating entrepreneurs both within and outside the organisation.
The vaccines innovator has always had foreign partners to help with funding. Is it a viable model?