Abhi Talwalkar, President and CEO, California-based LSI Corp, has steered the chipmaker in a different direction by refocussing on semiconductor solutions for networking devices.
FTA stimulus for Indo-ASEAN trade India's foreign trade is set to see a big jump with its free trade agreement (FTA) with ASEAN, the world's largest and covering a market of almost 1.8 billion consumers, coming into effect from January 1, 2010.
Poverty of megabyte Does the access and speed of Internet has a correlation with economic prosperity? The latest state of the Internet report by Akamai Technologies, Inc. seems to suggest so. That's not because people in rich countries simply buy faster Net connections-it has something to do with the policies that actively promote building superior broadband infrastructure, given its incalculable economic benefits.
Well said "I'd rather be a really good one-term President than a mediocre two-term President"— Barack Obama, US President, to ABC News
Who should consume, who should invest The West wants Asia to consume more. That, however, may not be the best strategy for a growth-seeking region, argues HDFC Bank MD Aditya Puri.
What worked in cost cutting The cost cuts effected in the face of economic meltdown have led to a complete overhaul of cost structures in several companies.
Move over to 4G? Law Minister Veerappa Moily has now queered the pitch by asserting that the Department of Telecommunications could not sell something it did not own.
Global trade rebounds Global demand, the most significant economic indicator, was the first casualty of the economic downturn that had spread out of the US to the world in September 2008.
Packaging, the fifth P of marketing Packaging is the latest area that is seeing a raft of patent registrations by corporate India.
Snarl buster in Bangalore The Electronics City Elevated Expressway in Bangalore has been opened to public.
One-man industry As Avatar keeps smashing one box-office record after another, its writer-director James Cameron has become an industry in himself-at least in the size of his financial achievements.
Decoding Currency Futures There has been a spurt in trading volumes on currency futures contracts on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX-SX).
Dragon drives into the Indian auto components market At the recently concluded Auto Expo in Delhi, Chinese components makers were out in force with a 100-plus exhibitors taking up 5,000 square metres of display space.
"We plan to open 100 hotels in India" Hilton Group, the fourth-biggest hotel chain by rooms, has embarked on an ambitious plan to scale up operations in India.
Reality check of India's state of green It takes more than nature's endowments to remain sustainable shows a new study on Indian states' green performance.