Apple's rise has caught both HP and Dell flatfooted, and now both are scrambling to make up for lost time. Leo Apotheker and Michael Dell are re-inventing their companies to stay relevant but it is a tough ask.
Soaring oil prices can push inflation rate up The political unrest in the West in the past few months sent crude prices soaring. This will impact the macroeconomic scenario in India as high international crude prices stoke inflation and also
substantially raise the risk of a rise in the fiscal deficit.
A new online portal for admission to colleges Vishal Shah's new portal has convinced many educational institutions to go online with their application forms.
India's teleradiology companies thrive India's teleradiology companies, which decipher scans and X-rays from
across the world, are thriving, but they need to spot the next growth
Private players bet on education for big returns Despite regulatory risks, the education space is seeing corporate-style
business models emerge as private players pour in funds for big returns.
Large number of colleges are run by politicians, builders: V. Raghunathan V. Raghunatha discusses the problems
of the Right to Education Act and on the regulatory issues in higher
South Korean steel maker Posco expanding its reach in India The South Korean steel maker's business agenda for India goes beyond the eastern state.
Golden Quadrilateral to connect four metros The construction of the Golden Quadrilateral is complete, but for just
40 km. N. Madhavan and photographer Nishikant Gamre take a ride in a truck from Chennai to Mumbai to check it out.
Brands betting big on cricket post Team India's World Cup win Team India's successful World Cup campaign will see more money pouring into the game.
Business Confidence Survey: Why business loves inflation Prices of clothes sold at Future Group's retail stores have gone up
for the first time in 15 years. At least some shoppers should have
turned away. Instead, MD and CEO Kishore Biyani says he is
"very surprised to see" consumers getting used to inflation-led pricing. The first BT-C fore Business Confidence Survey shows that rapidly rising prices are not a big worry because consumption demand remains strong.
An insider view on Mahatma Gandhi NREGS An insider view on the workings of the UPA government's blockbuster social security scheme.
Rivals say WPP commoditised the business: Sir Martin Sorrell Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, says everyone is creative, even financial people, sometimes they can be too creative.
Prof Jagdish Bhagwati advises PM on economy Prof Jagdish Bhagwati says is globalisation the integration of national economies into the international economy.