The entry of foreign universities will transform higher education in India and the country could emerge as a global education hub, argues Bakul Dholakia.
Good products, not-so-good service The insurance industry continues to give customer service the short shrift. Now a study reveals it's critical for influencing customer buying decisions.
"Top Harvard talent to teach in India" Professor David Yoffie, Senior Associate Dean & Chair of Harvard Business School Executive Education Programmes, visited India to launch some new sessions. He spoke to BT's Rahul Sachitanand in between sessions with programme attendees.
A prescription for Doctors The Medical Council cracks the whip on the nexus between pharma companies and doctors.
The one buck bosses There are many in the world of business, at least in America, who take just a dollar home as salary.
S and P, Dow to debut on NSE Indian investors will soon be able to trade in two of the most popular global indices from the comfort of a familiar bourse: NSE, or National Stock Exchange.
India is the second-largest test location for GMAT David A. Wilson, President and CEO, Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), which conducts the GMAT tests that most US business schools use to decide admissions, was in India recently on a business trip.
The Apple Wars Apple's public spat with Google is not the first time that the company has sparred with competitors.
Outdoor advertising takes to the skies On a lazy Thursday afternoon in December last year, surprised Mumbaikars spotted a helicopter hovering overhead with a huge banner display of Volkswagen's VW Beetle.
Now, Archie on your mobile "Carrot top" Archie Andrews, the vivacious Riverdale teenager, is busy these days brushing up his Hindi.
Third dimension of entertainment James Cameron spent a decade refining the technology that brought Avatar to life and a host of movies since then are walking down the 3D aisle. Soon, you will be able to watch these movies on your TV at home. But have you ever wondered how it works?
Lights, Camera, Action! The year 2009 was an annus horribilis for the media and entertainment business in India.
"G20 Is One of the Gs That Delivered" Baroness Shriti Vadera, former minister in the Gordon Brown government, is adviser to the current Chair of G20, the Republic of Korea.
BT-Ernst and Young deal watch Shree Renuka Sugars Ltd (SRSL) will acquire the controlling stake in Equipav S.A. Acucar e Alcool, one of Brazil's largest sugar and ethanol companies.
Well said "Subhiksha is a retail equivalent of Satyam. It's an out and out fraud, there's no question about it"