Pakistan's decisions to hand over a port to China and source gas from Iran have raised alarm bells in India.
Ram Karuturi mulls taking his rose-to-maize company private Rising debt and the slow pace of growth of the farm business have
weighed on shares of Ram Karuturi-led Karuturi Global. The scrip has plunged more than 90 per cent to Rs 3 apiece from Rs 38 in October 2010.
Amar Chitra Katha vies to become a multi-media powerhouse Two years after the death of its founder Anant Pai, Amar Chitra Katha wants to become a multi-media powerhouse. It has has forayed onto new platforms, and expects to do even better in future.
The old guard in Silicon Valley is crumbling. It will happen in India too: Malcolm Gladwell Malcolm Gladwell, author of such global bestsellers on business as The Tipping Point, Outliers and Blink,
was among the speakers at the India Today conclave. He offers his
unique perspective on business opportunities, skilling and the Indian
advantage in an interview to K. Sai Srinivas.
PE and VC firms warm up to agribusiness Once an unfashionable sector, agribusiness has lately seen strong interest from PE and venture capital (VC) funds. With both conventional and specialised PE and VC firms warming up to
agribusiness, companies in the sector are well placed to realise their
potential, and funding may not be a problem after all.
Telenor's troubles in India have been a valuable learning experience, says CEO Jon Fredrik Baksaas Despite its troubles in India, CEO Jon Fredrik Baksaas remains optimistic on the Indian market and is banking on its low-cost model to grow the business.
Money laundering: Cobrapost expose shows banking system is flawed Hidden-camera videos of India's three leading private banks' officials allegedly advising customers on money-laundering recently kicked up a storm. Heads have started to roll at the junior levels in these banks - ICICI, HDFC and Axis. But punishing wrongdoers is unlikely to stem the irregularities as the system is flawed.
Despite slow economic growth, India a safe bet for investment: Fund managers poll India is a good investment bet even if the economy clocks low growth
in the coming financial year, says the majority of the fund managers
polled in the first ever survey of fund houses commissioned by Business Today.
Tejas Networks likely to fare better than Sycamore Networks Tejas Networks, one of India's most innovative telecom product
makers, has suffered three difficult years after revenues went into
free fall, but it is likely to fare better than the ill-fated Sycamore
Networks, with which it has much in common.
Praise for the India was evident at the Conclave 2013 More such praise for the world's biggest democracy was evident at the
Conclave, India's biggest leadership event in its 12th year, on March 15