Business Today Archive March 4, 2012 Issue

Edition: March 4, 2012

Cover Story

Best companies to work for in India

Best companies to work for in India

Business Today, in its 11th listing of the best companies to work for in India, brings to you the results of an Indicus Analytics survey. Money and growth prospects continue to draw employees to an organisation, but work culture is the true glue that makes them stay.
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TCS tops the list | The others  
Special
Business Today's maiden listing of India's PE and VC funds coincides with a change imperative in the industry.
Editors note
Senior Editor Shamni Pande orchestrated our annual BT-Indicus-PeopleStrong survey of India's best employers, and discovered all over again that young people don't necessarily look for money.
Reporters Diary
The advent of online auctions and absence of a reserve price in some cases have given a fillip to the reverse ageing of the art aficionado. As the Indian art market matures, it is being embraced by young buyers who believe it to be a safe investment.
People
Starring: Atul Bindal, Gopal Vittal, Shailesh Rao, Sunil Kaushal
Features
The licences were cancelled because they were illegally issued. Under the law, DoT cannot retain the licence fees and must refund them to the respective allottees.
BT More
The dabbawala may still be Mumbai's most reliable food delivery service but if you're looking for health and variety, check out what these entrepreneurs have to offer.
Technology
There is no doubt that the digital revolution - the array of personal devices that keep everyone connected - has changed human civilisation forever.
Case Study
Ramco Systems, one of India's largest pure-play IT products companies, has been burning cash for years, because of global competition and plain old bad luck. But the company, piloted by CEO P.R. Venketrama Raja, kept investing in R&D.
Focus
Alarmed by the negative feedback from every quarter, Aakash's procurer IIT Rajasthan revised the low-cost tablet's criteria, demanding that the device be shock-proof, waterproof and meet US military specifications. Its maker Datawind cries foul, stating that it has adhered to the original requirements.
Chiaroscuro
If Mulayam Singh Yadav's Samajwadi Party, with Congress support, manages to upset BSP supremo Mayawati's 'elephantine ambitions', businesses aligned to the major contenders will also see a change in their fortunes.
Executive Health
Do-it-yourself health check-up devices are useful.

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