With a nomenclature change and a brand new operating system installed in
its latest offering, BlackBerry Ltd has struck back. So, how is the new BlackBerry different from earlier versions? Nidhi
Singal takes a look.
RIL has told the petroleum ministry that it will be ready for the audit only if CAG conducts it as a
representative of government of India as per the terms of the contract
between RIL and the petroleum ministry.
The telecom operator has suffered a profit drop for 12 quarters, hurt by its money-losing African business and bruising competition in domestic market. But the cancellation of licences of some smaller players will offer room to Airtel to increase call rates.
Three incidents in quick succession - the temporary ban on Vishwaroopam, the uproar over Ashish Nandy's remark
about corruption among Dalits and the
refusal to allow Salman Rushdie to visit a Lit fest - have highlighted the growing intolerance in the
The mood is cautious, but hiring has not been markedly affected yet by the slowdown, shows an Aon Hewitt report. Examining hiring trends at 173 companies, the study found that around 70
per cent of them had not revised their hiring intent for 2013 in any
The government has projected an investment of $1 trillion, in the infrastructure sector between 2012 and
2017. Bank loans are critical to meeting this target. However, contractual disputes, delays in environment approvals, and problems in
land acquisition have made banks cautious in lending to road projects.
The Kumbh Mela has always been a big business opportunity, but this time companies are going the extra distance to promote their brands by using traditional entertainment and modern technology to connect with consumers, be it middle class pilgrims or ash-smeared sadhus.
Digital entrepreneurs are developing a host of mobile-based value-added services for everything from entertainment to payments and advertising, which could potentially change the way millions use their mobile phones. Business Today looks at some digital firms which will be at the vanguard of this mobile revolution.
Sugar maker EID Parry has increased its involvement with critical stakeholders: farmers. It sees them not as suppliers of raw material but as customers. The company, which is part of the Murugappa Group, has worked to make farming a hassle-free occupation. This case study looks at why and how EID Parry achieved the feat.
The UPA has the dubious honour
of frittering away the healthy economy it inherited in 2004 with the
wrong types of expenditure and an obstinate failure to boost revenue,
capital formation and infrastructure, write Chaitanya Kalbag.