Business Today Archive November 15, 2009 Issue

Edition: November 15, 2009

As the global and domestic economies recover, debt funds, which were popular during the downturn, might begin to lose their sheen.
Editor's Note
Data can fascinate or frustrate, depending on whether you are a "numbers person" or not.
Reporters Diary
Reeling from an onslaught by the Taliban and crippled by an electricity crisis, businesses in Pakistan are forced to survive in a world fraught with risk and uncertainty.
Legendary economist Stephen Roach’s new book on Asia is wide-ranging, but offers few new insights on India.
Here's a look at the people, products and places that were in the news recently.
BT More
If a wine pairs well with the cuisine of a region that swears by chilled beer and Johnny Walker, it has to be a cracker.
Like everything else in life and business, I would like the emoluments of CEOs to be reasonable keeping in mind market conditions, says Rahul Bajaj, Chairman, Bajaj Auto Limited.
Number of applicants for the CAT exam dips; middle-rung B-schools won’t have it easy either.
In spite of his famous surname, Noel Tata likes to fly under the radar.
Learn to stand up for yourself without being pushy.
Bill Robbins, Executive Vice President, worldwide sales of Symantec, spoke on new threats to online information.

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