Data can fascinate or frustrate, depending on whether you are a "numbers person" or not.
If a wine pairs well with the cuisine of a region that swears by chilled beer and Johnny Walker, it has to be a cracker. If you’ve lived in Bangalore or visited the city in the last two decades, chances are that you were taken for a fancy dinner to Manadarin Room at The Ashok, once the finest Chinese restaurant here. Since winning the title of Miss World Tourism 2005, pretty lass Sonal Chauhan has moved to Mumbai to pursue a career in cinema. For all the publicity and the world heritage status, Khajuraho is still seeped in mystery and frozen in time. We caught up with F1 legend David Coulthard to find out how a racing driver keeps fit. Is the Indian male finally growing up and getting clothes that fit him? Nadia Chauhan, Joint MD & CMO, Parle Agro, drinks only Jamaican coffee. If you thought you knew all about chocolate, think again. ...says Jean Claude Biver, CEO & Chairman of Hublot, who speaks about India's growing importance in the market for luxury Swiss watches. Acclaimed photojournalist Dayanita Singh presents her first exhibition of colour images. Prepare to kiss the ring as a lush new edition of The Godfather trilogy hits the shops. We caught up with the man who makes many of the fabulous music systems that you groove to. Every issue, we ask prominent businessmen about the books that made them the people they are today. This month: Sunder Aaron, Senior Vice President and Business Head, Sony Pix. This winter, snuggle up with the season’s hot new buys. A trip to the stunning highlands of Scotland and a distillery is a must for anyone who claims to like Scotch Whisky. The suits this season have a simplicity of design and an unfussy approach. Slim silhouettes and elegant cuts are the norm. You went out and bought a hi-definition TV this festive season, but can’t find the content. What do you do? GM’s latest saloon the Cruze is more than just a good looker. It’s loaded and packs in quite a punch as well.
Learn to stand up for yourself without being pushy.
Like everything else in life and business, I would like the emoluments of CEOs to be reasonable keeping in mind market conditions, says Rahul Bajaj, Chairman, Bajaj Auto Limited.
Here are some interesting things about the chairperson of one of the most successful pharma company in the country. Here's a look at the people, products and places that were in the news recently. For more than a decade, Vijay Govindarajan has influenced thinking at Fortune 500 companies and top B-schools with his ideas on strategy and innovation.
As the global and domestic economies recover, debt funds, which were popular during the downturn, might begin to lose their sheen.
In spite of his famous surname, Noel Tata likes to fly under the radar.
Number of applicants for the CAT exam dips; middle-rung B-schools won’t have it easy either.
The dollar has been on a yo-yo movement in the last year: appreciating almost 20% at the height of the financial crisis, and since March, sliding almost 12% against most currencies, writes Shalini S. Dagar. The Father of the Nation is indeed a global icon, but Gandhi still cannot be used as an icon that companies can freely use, writes Shamni Pande. A huge gulf has emerged between the expectations from and the intentions of the Unique Identity Authority, thanks to a blinkered faith in technology. From December 31, 2009, India will join some 50-odd countries that have already established an MNP framework. Daniella Grossman reports. Vehicles will have to drive at or above a to-be-determined number of kilometres per litre, writes Daniella Grossman. Microsoft has launched its latest operating system. Kushan Mitra gives you seven reasons why Windows 7 is worth it. Bill Robbins, Executive Vice President, worldwide sales of Symantec, spoke on new threats to online information.
Reeling from an onslaught by the Taliban and crippled by an electricity crisis, businesses in Pakistan are forced to survive in a world fraught with risk and uncertainty.
Legendary economist Stephen Roach’s new book on Asia is wide-ranging, but offers few new insights on India.