Business Today Archive December 13, 2009 Issue

Edition: December 13, 2009

Picking the right person to manage your portfolio can prove to be a daunting task. Here’s a checklist that should make your job easier.
Editors note
It's not just serendipity that the state of Indian banking 16 years ago sounds similar to the plight of banks in the US and UK today.
In Superfreakonomics, the follow-up to their 2005 phenomenon, the authors seem to have fallen short of substantive material. Don’t miss the last chapter, though.
While existing transmission lines are not able to feed Mumbai’s power demands, Tata Power’s new, 3M-made aluminium lines are three times as effective. But, can the rest of India afford them?
Back of the Book
Goldman Sachs’ ‘10,000 Women’ campaign, aimed at churning out a new wave of women entrepreneurs, is gaining traction.
Stimulus measures that are in the nature of reforms should continue, other measures may be gradually withdrawn as domestic demand grows, industry recovers, tax collection becomes buoyant and exports growth recovers.
BT More
Jeannie Cho Lee has finally bridged the huge gap in our knowledge about pairing Asian food with international wine, but her size zero figure belies her passion for calorie-laden inducements.
Jobs abound as telecom sector takes a big leap.
After a long period of troubles, multiplexes are finally looking up as some good content comes in from Bollywood and cost pressures ease.
Why is a virtual farming game all the rage? And is it really free?
Case Study
Ashok Leyland banked on both the attributes to transform itself but the generation gap that ensued among its executives threatened to derail it.
The government’s decision to revive disinvestment has brought the spotlight back on PSU stocks.

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