Jindal Steel, Hindalco stocks plunge up to 5% on rise in coronavirus cases

The fall in the metal stocks was in line with the broad-based bearish trend in the market following reports of hundreds of new cases of Covid-19 infections that were reported over the weekend.


The stories of three iconic Indian companies underline how to survive, grow and succeed even in turbulent times

An investment splurge by private equity majors and international wealth funds has breathed fresh life into sluggish traditional retail.

The economic cost of judicial delays is colossal. But the problem is not unsolvable.

Working with the government is a mixed bag of opportunities and challenges for IT companies despite the Digital India initiatives.

"Integrity is crucial, and it is the most important quality to retain in personal and corporate relationships"

Financial assets of households are growing again after taking a body blow in the post demonetisation phase, reveals a Reserve Bank of India study.

Although possible job losses from automation are discussed on an everyday basis, there are more catastrophic threats that are yet to get the spotlight.

As a power-surplus India chases renewables, power equipment JVs are struggling to get fresh orders from mainstream coal-fired plants.

PE players have become extremely active of late. The exuberance is here to stay for some time.

The sugar industry is being weighted down by political considerations that primarily drive the sector.

The industry has evolved from wage arbitrage to aiding digital transformation.

The go-go years of growth might be well behind the Indian it sector, but it still had plenty of steam left.

Forget jugaad or risk-aversion; the wave of discovery-driven disruption will help India Inc. stay relevant in uncertain times.