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- Cheese is finally coming of age in India with various artisanal brands providing soft and hard cheeses that hold their own against their western counterparts
Till a few years ago, very small fraction of investors saw potential in NFTs. But in 2021, the market opened up to massive NFT pitches globally. Is this a passing fad, or will the growth continue?
With twin attacks coming from Free Dish and OTT, will market leader Tata Play be able to survive on the back of its reformed identity? Reliance's overnight deal to take over Future Retail's key outlets has stunned Amazon as it now battles for options With the Competition Commission of India's nod, Dabur's Burman family is set to take over the Kolkata-based dry cell battery maker that has been under stress for years The RBI's regulatory action on Paytm Payments Bank is the latest in a series of challenges the group has been facing since it listed late last year
Covid-19 has brought to the fore a slew of top-selling drugs that were not so hot earlier
CEO Vinod Kannan reveals the airline’s plans for a post-pandemic world, the relevance of a full-service carrier now, and how Vistara plans to expand operations Sanjiv Mehta, Chairman and Managing Director of Hindustan Unilever, talks about how the FMCG major is re-imagining itself in a changing market
Capital-hungry start-ups are turning to venture debt as increasing frequency of liquidity events make founders realise the true cost of equity capital. Plus, venture debt can be deployed faster, and might even yield greater returns at lower risks.
India is set to welcome its own digital currency in the near future. What are the building blocks of the Reserve Bank of India's Central Bank Digital Currency and what will the path to a CBDC look like?
While the government is happy to sell shares of its companies in the public market to raise money when required, it has nothing but rank disrespect for the rights of other shareholders. For decades, it has run roughshod over them in listed PSUs
The Air India acquisition paves the way for a bruising battle for market share between the Tata group and India’s biggest airline company, IndiGo, at a time when the Indian skies are set to witness the entry of at least one new player, Akasa Air, funded by star investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, and the revival of the fallen Jet Airways, which is now controlled by the Kalrock-Jalan consortium.