Vishal Sikka inherits an Infosys where Narayana Murthy has cut costs and increased margins. He also has to deal with the rampant loss of top talent and the heartburn caused by an Executive Assistant's overarching role.
The first impression of 'Sakley's The Mountain Cafe' in Delhi is one of delicately balanced contrast. The carefully rendered architectural elements, quirky decor, the warmth and good food will keep you coming back for more.
Qualified Institutional Placements, or QIPs, is an instrument through which
listed companies can sell shares directly to institutions without making
a public offering. Most companies will use capital raised through QIPs
to cut their high-cost debt and strengthen their balance sheets.
T. Nanda Kumar, Chairman of the National Dairy Development Board and a
former secretary of food and agriculture with the central government,
says it is a dilemma that farmers get lower prices and the consumers pay
a high price.
Indian companies have mastered the art of managing with little and finding ingenious ways to overcome shortages. Business Today's Power Breakfast discusses if the Narendra Modi government can bring about a change.
The CDR mechanism was created in early 2000 to help distressed
corporates with a loan exposure of over Rs 10 crore. If a CDR fails, the
asset is classified as an NPA. Today, many corporates are going down despite huge debt restructuring packages.
Since 2012, Iraq has been India's second biggest source of oil imports
after Saudi Arabia, supplying more than 20 million metric tonne every year. Ever since the unrest in Iraq broke out, Asia's second largest energy user has been on edge.
The sixth edition of the BT-Morningstar Asset Allocation Survey shows 26 per cent fund managers fear inflation to be a key risk for the
market while 16 per cent expect the twin deficits to be cause for
concern. Nearly a third fear that deficit monsoon rainfall could hurt
The book - American Icon: Alan Mulally and the Fight to Save Ford Motor Company - lets you into the outgoing CEO's mind. Did the conditions at Ford
overwhelm him? What made him give up his job at Boeing and take up the challenge at Ford?
Dave Smith, a former MIT graduate student, along with his then
professor, Kripa Varanasi, came up with a neat solution: a surface
coating that can be applied to the inside of the bottle to make the
inside slippery, so the ketchup slides out easily.