Business Today Archive Oct 28, 2012 Issue

Edition: Oct 28, 2012

Editor's Note
This bumper issue of the magazine is dominated by our 13th Business school Survey. It is the 10th conducted in partnership with Nielsen, the global market-research company, and it is our most comprehensive ever.
Satrring: Altamas Kabir, Joseph "joe" Hinrichs, David Blackmore, Sudarshan Venu, Anuj Khanna Sohum, Avani Saglani Davda

The Chinese telecom gear makers have overcome security and quality concerns to corner a growing chunk of the Indian market. In 2011-12, Huawei was ahead of Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Network, the European telecom equipment makers which have long held the top two spots in the country, by revenues.

It analysed how the UPA government, led by the Congress, has failed to check rising inflation and angered the nation with its economic decisions on foreign direct investment and increase in diesel and LPG prices.
BT More
Art may evoke emotion and romance our senses, but if you're an investor there's no denying the pleasure of an appreciating asset.
BT's 'Most Powerful Women' event went beyond just honouring the winners.
Algo trading is an automated facility where trading is carried out by computer driven algorithms designed by traders.
Rapid urbanisation is essential to raise standards of living in the developing world, including India. Cities are hubs of economic activity and create wealth.
The iconic Coming Up Mansingh Road hotel property in New Delhi will remain with the Taj Group of Hotels for another year or till the time an auction takes place, after the New Delhi Municipal Corporation extended the land lease.

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