Business Today Archive July 21, 2013 Issue

Edition: July 21, 2013

Cover Story

Pawan Munjal has a new Hero in his sights

Pawan Munjal has a new Hero in his sights

Faster decision-making is just one of the changes Munjal cites when he talks about the rebranding exercise after Honda walked out in December 2010. What he is enjoying more is the freedom to penetrate new overseas markets.
Editors note
We are living through a very painful lesson in economics - the more spendthrift you are, and the more careless in managing your finances, the more you will be forced to pay for everything you consume.
The global economy's medium-term future will not be much better than the present, says this book.
Starring: Franck Dardenne, Tony Chi, Santosh Padhi (left) & Agnello Dias, Prakash Iyer and Chris Koziol
Leadership Spotlight
KPMG India CEO Richard Rekhy shares notes on his leadership style
The currency has lost half its value since touching a record high of 39.13 to a US dollar in October 2007.
BT receives scores of responses to its case studies. Below is the best one on 7-Eleven in the issue dated May 26, 2013
BT More
The Four Seasons Group is taking 56 seekers of panache on a tour that covers Los Angeles, Hawaii, Bora Bora, French Polynesia, Sydney, Bali, Chiang Mai, the Taj Mahal, Istanbul and London.

4K TVs have great clarity, but that is not enough to ensure their widespread use.

Increasingly, professionals and students are seeking out opportunities in the development sector to work on some of the most pressing problems of the world, broaden their horizons and be ahead of their peers in terms of exposure and experience.
A closer look at what the various advisors to Singh have achieved in the UPA's nine years in power.
American Interest: The strategic dialogue co-chaired by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid reviewed the status of civil nuclear ties and defence trade between the U.S. and India. Kerry wanted India to adopt clean energy technologies. Next, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit India in mid-July.
LBS Case Study
This case study analyses how IKEA adapted its strategies to become profitable in China. It also assesses some lessons the company learnt in China that might be useful in India, where it plans to open its first store by 2014 and 25 stores in 10 to 15 years.

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