Business Today Archive November 8, 2015 Issue

Edition: November 8, 2015

Editor's Note
Unlike last year, the top 50 had no less than nine companies that had seen their market cap erode. The top 10 list alone had three companies whose average market capitalisation was lower than what they enjoyed in the same period last year.
The book offers timely advice for safeguarding the future of agriculture.
Newsmakers: Featuring Sudheendra Kulkarni, Angus Deaton, Dilip Chenoy and others.
Leadership Spotlight
Swedish retailer H&M that has bravely come in on the single brand FDI route waiting two years for approval, could not have asked for a better opening in India. Chitra Narayanan catches up with its CEO Karl-Johan Persson-
Long form may be trending in traditional media, but on social networks, brevity rules. Soon, we may move to wordless communication going by the amount of investment social platforms are making in developing emoticons.


The union minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises explains why this sector remains at the core of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Make In India initiative.

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If your entire look is basic and simple, socks can be the much-needed fun addition.
Business Today readers' feedback on the magazine's coverage
Events to look forward to in coming days

Virtual Reality has existed for decades, but there's a new sense of enthusiasm among tech giants promising a veritable new world.

Trai is expecting that penalising the companies will force them to shape up. It is finding a solution to the call drop menace by working on symptoms rather than the disease.
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