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India Inc's financials set for a makeover from FY17

The new accounting standards, Ind-AS, are being implemented after a delay of five years. They will change financials of companies - including the very important ones such as earnings.

 
 

Based on mutual agreement and unwritten rules, entrepreneurial HR is disrupting the function and showing a new way for corporations.

The hype about growth in smaller towns is over. Hospitals are now taking a more calibrated approach to expansion outside the country's top cities.

General Motors CEO Mary Teresa Barra explains the US automaker's changing approach to the Indian car market.
Subramanyam Lakshmi Narayanan, CFO of Sun Group, talks to Venkatesha Babu about why they will not give in to the pressure and sell out the TV business.
PC Mustafa says the company has been profitable from day one and the amount of batter it sells in one day can make a million idlis.
"Our localisation level was 20 per cent only a year ago, but now it is 50 per cent," says Philipp von Sahr, President, BMW India.
BCG Strategy Institute has identified five traps that companies can fall into, as they explore new opportunities. Here's how to navigate them.
 
 

The private equity industry finds itself trapped in mid-sized companies with no hope of exits in the near future.

Hospitals for children are emerging as a big business. After taking several baby steps, the leading players in the segment are now striding ahead.