Business Today Archive October 17, 2010 Issue

Edition: October 17, 2010

With outsourcing on the rebound, the Indian IT and BPO industry is in the midst of an ambitious transformation. Rahul Sachitanand joins the dots.
Editors note
Sexual harassment can be crude and overt or very subtle, but you know you are being sexually harassed when you experience it.
Joint families have more young readers. And most teens would prefer a book to watching TV. Surprising nuggets from India's first youth readership survey.
Here is our take on people, places and products doing the rounds these days.
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There are time when you feel the overpowering urge to travel the way people used to before the advent of the all-weather road; by walking. And when you're doing this over the steep Dhauladhar range bang in the middle of the monsoon, you get much more than you bargained for.
A decontrolled sugar sector has a promising future. After petroleum products, will UPA-II unshackle sugar next.
That's the number of jobs created over the past three months, with health care, hospitality and real estate leading the pack.
You can't get rid of the condition but you can certainly keep it in check.
Kushan Mitra thinks consumers could soon be renting software instead of buying it.
India's Best B-schools (BT cover, October 3) offers a credible measure of the quality of MBA education at top management institutes.

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