"It is best to free the prices. The saved money can then be given directly to the poor through anti-poverty initiatives"
Surpassing China in manufacturing growth India has been one of the best performing manufacturing economies in the last decade.
Friendly, jobless Spiderman The prolonged downturn in the US has started to take its toll on our superheroes as well.
BT-Carma CEO watch India's and the world's most talked-about CEOs in February.
"We have over 235 million active users" Mark Pincus, CEO, Zynga Game Network, the company that has devised the immensely popular online games, FarmVille and Mafia Wars, was in India recently to open a game development unit in Bangalore.
BT-TAM most watched ads in February 2010 Five celebrity ads—well, make that six, if you include child artiste Darsheel Safary of Taare Zameen Par fame—feature in the BT-TAM list for February.
IPL brand value soars The bids for the two new Indian Premier League (IPL) teams may have come a cropper in the first round, but it wouldn't unduly worry Lalit Modi.
Still a man's world? A clutch of women is successfully storming male bastions at the workplace.
Gizmos to save Tax If you're self-employed, there is considerable overlap between your workplace and home.
Evolved marketing for an evolved consumer A demanding consumer will ensure that advertising no longer remains discreet and polite. Overt comparisons with rival brands may well become the norm.
Flying out of the clouds Indian aviation is finally showing sure signs of recovery.
Ideas for the next decade The India Today Conclave saw global achievers debate the opportunities and the challenges ahead in the new decade.
India Inc.'s tryst with Twitter A study by Iffort (a web strategy and digital marketing company) of 66 brands from nine different industry verticals reveals that there are several companies which are using Twitter for brandbuilding and marketing.
LSD postcards and dead actresses A look at how Tinseltown is boosting box-office collections.
We can't be afraid of the online medium, we have to embrace it Cathleen P. Black, President, Hearst Magazines, (which includes such brands as Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire and Esquire) was in the country recently.
India's 'small' big malls The scores of malls dotting the urban Indian landscape demonstrate their growing mass appeal. In the last five years alone, the number of malls in India has more than doubled to about 600.