Business Today Archive Feb 17, 2013 Issue

Edition: Feb 17, 2013

Cover Story

Is Infosys missing Narayana Murthy?

Is Infosys missing Narayana Murthy?

Infosys, a company that grew from a seven man start-up in 1981 to the 155,629 person, $7 billion enterprise it is today, has time and again been called India's most admired and respected company. But its halo has dimmed.
Editor's Note
Infosys has always boasted of the highest ethical values, so any hint of anything untoward - and there have been a couple - triggers a frisson of excitement.
Vijay Mallya is in talks with two West Asia airlines, hoping one of them will pick up a stake in Kingfisher. Its lenders see hope on the horizon. But, its not sure if this will really revive the beleaguered carrier as it has already lost several pilots, engineers and cabin crew to other players in the aviation industry.
Already the biggest car market, China now wants to lead the world in clean-energy vehicles.
The cover story on India's coolest start-ups (Out of the Box, February 3) is excellent.
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If you're looking for the ideal golfing getaway, head to Turkey's rich Antalya region for a perfect round. Who knows, you could strike the perfect business deal as well!
There were sighs, grunts and clenched fists at the Business Today Pro-Am of Champions 2013 held at the Willingdon Sports Club in central Mumbai on January 19. For the around 90 corporate honchos, who took part in the event, of which BRYS Group was the presenting sponsor, it wasn't all about winning, though.
The operating system has jumped out of the phone and could soon run the world.
Greater job satisfaction and opportunities to take on big responsibilities early make start-ups a good option, more so for those who do not want to work in the hierarchical structures that big cos often have. Still, the risks in working with a new venture cannot be taken lightly. Many start-ups fold up in three to five years.
Big Bang reforms allowed P. Chidambaram to make a credible sales pitch during his East Asian roadshow. He told investors during the roadshows that the economy would expand at about 5.7 per cent this financial year.

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