Business Today Archive October 3, 2010 Issue

Edition: October 3, 2010

Given their ability to balance risk and reward and contain losses during a downside, contrarian funds can be a good pick for investors.
Editor's Note
We do not have enough teachers or engineers, but we produce so many management graduates that "MBA Pass" is becoming the lowest common denominator.
The book addresses the gaps in B-school education and provokes thoughtful discussions, says Bala V. Balachandran.
Here is our take on people, places and products doing the rounds these days.
Leadership Spotlight
Here is a small Q&A with Wim Elfrink, Executive Vice President, Cisco Services, and Chief Globalization Officer, Cisco.
Hospital-acquired infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria are the latest target of drug makers and medical suppliers.
Solving India's problems presents management aspirants an exciting opportunity.
Business heads in India are not yet ready to splurge on new markets, reveals a survey.
Here is what our readers had to say on our stories.
3D TV will become standard over the next few years - in itself a good reason to hold out, particularly as goggle-less TV is also being developed. Should you buy a 3D TV?
Peer comparison is the biggest mistake executives make when negotiating pay packets with potential employers.
With Indian swimmers and weightlifters racking up more positives on the drug test results even before the medal count has started at the Commonwealth Games, the question that everybody is asking is: How does doping work?

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