Business Today Archive June 26, 2011 Issue

Edition: June 26, 2011

Mutual Funds that adopt a guarded approach towards investing in equities show low volatility and are good bets for the risk-averse.
The boom-bust-boom cycle of the last three years has been an acid test for fund managers. BT and Thomson Reuters fete fund managers who steered through tsunamis and debt crises with aplomb.
Editor's Note
There's an entrepreneur waiting to get out inside each one of us, but only those who dare, win.  Our annual listing of India's coolest start-ups.
Bonner challenges the so-called specialists who gamble with our future, says Somnath Dasgupta.
Newsmakers: Ashok Chawla, Girish S. Paranjpe, Jerome Favie, Manu Sawhney, Nallicheri Vaidyanathan Tyagaraja, Attilio Capuano
Leadership Spotlight
The chairman and CEO of PepsiCo India Manu Anand talks about his leadership style.
The state-owned carrier's aggressive pricing policy has dented profits of private carriers who are now looking at their international operations to recover.
How to defend ideas at work and get your listeners buy into them.
Buyers who can afford extra payment on a diesel car tend to be the ones who are better off. The reluctance of the government to increase the price of diesel has led to a strange situation - the demand for petrol cars is declining sharply.
Every company goes through ups and downs and Hindustan Unilever is no different.
This MIT alumnus's free website is transforming online education.
As visitors decline, both traditional libraries and start-ups put catalogues online and begin delivering books at home, says Saranya Kapur.
The rate of GDP growth will slow down further to eight per cent in the current financial year, says Sonal Varma.

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