There have been calls for removal of minimum alternate tax, levied on book profits of companies whose tax liabilities as per the income tax laws are either zero or very low.
Reducing the Cash Pie Cash reserves of Indian companies dipped in 2015, mostly due to debt repayment efforts.
Manufacturing is not equal to Jobs Indian policymakers should not assume that all manufacturing industries will generate lots of jobs. Whether accessing secondary computer remotely during overseas travel, scanning important documents on the go, or just building a style statement, here's what a company head could invest in. Many believe that it is pressure from a section of the US pharma giants who see their market shrinking that has prompted the USFDA's excessively suspicious approach towards them.
Can new CEO Abidali Neemuchwala restore Wipro's past glory? Among the big five of IT companies, Wipro has slipped from No. 2 to No. 4 in the past decade.
The 'Complete Man' undergoing changes In a burst of action, the 90 year old organisation is being restructured to make it more nimble. A digital initiative raymondnext.com is meant to counter the threat from e-tailers. The changes in the global economy can be positive provided India focuses on two key areas - boosting the competitiveness of its manufacturing and services sectors, and leveraging women's talent.
Think Beyond E-commerce To propagate more start-ups, the government does not need to come out with schemes geared only towards a class of companies called start-ups, but for all companies.
Reddit a powerful tool as well as a destroyer of reputation Its popular 'Ask Me Anything' interview format has seen biggies like Barack Obama and Bill Gates subject themselves to scrutiny from the Internet populace.
Is India a classic example of a soft tax regime? Even if we add the tax revenues of central and state governments, India has one of the lowest tax-to-GDP ratios in the world.
Accenture Programmed To Deliver Pande, Managing Director, HR, Accenture India knows that he has struck the right chord with the employees.
Bridging the Gap The authors present an unconventional approach, based on real-life examples, to close the strategy-execution gap.
Rip Apart the Current System To realise its true potential and gain rapid in-market acceptance Indian pharma must have capable leaders with unimpeachable record to head its regulatory body.
"Technology is the top end of our focus" Gautam Hari Singhania and Raymond could be the models for the theory of
Core Competency. Though he has many interests in life, Singhania is
clear that the focus of his business has to be the growth of Raymond.
The valuations are completely unsustainable, says Romesh Wadhwani Silicon Valley entrepreneur and philanthropist Romesh Wadhwani likes to talk about wealth creation. He spoke to Goutam Das on India's jobs crisis and the skilling challenge.
Calendar Events to look forward to in the coming days.
Upfront Though impressive, this number fell short of the Rs 25 lakh crore of
investment pledges that the three-day Vibrant Gujarat summit had
attracted a year ago.
Mounting Woes A sluggish economy, high borrowing costs and the rupee depreciation has taken its toll on India Inc.
Pilot, Fail or Conquer The freedom to pursue your dream to make a difference to humanity keeps Google a vibrant organisation.
How We Did It This is the 14th edition of the annual BT 'The Best
Companies to Work for in India' survey.
And the Leaders Are... Companies set high benchmarks in nurturing talent.
Talent Incubators Companies that made it to the top 25 have been focusing on inclusive growth and nurturing future leaders. Entrepreneurs and HR practitioners descended in droves to witness two scintillating panel discussions on: (a) Analyse IT: Is HR Analytics a boon or a curse?, and (b) Attrition: Can it be a good thing?
The Chennai Challenge Corporate heads come together over golf at the Madras Gymkhana Golf Course. There are no standard prescriptions for creating a great workplace. And
over the years, the benchmark for what constitutes a good workplace as
opposed to a bad one has gone up many times. Business Today readers share their feedback on the magazine's coverage. There are reports that Mittu Chandilya, the young boss at low-cost
airline AirAsia India, has decided to call it quits in less than three
years after joining the carrier. Best employers for women will strive to have 40 per cent women in the total workforce, spread across levels.
Building a Dynamic Digital Workforce The 'start-up' buzzword has created a positive circle of
influence in the overall ecosystem.
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