Business Today Archive Sept 9, 2007 Issue

Edition: Sept 9, 2007

Cover Story

The apprentice

Here we take a look at the grooming of Azim Premji’s elder son, Rishad.
All the key sectors have turned in stellar performance. That’s good news for investors.
In This Issue
It is a misconception that good food takes a long time to cook. here, we present a few recipes from master chefs— Sanjeev Kapoor, Ritu Dalmia and Siddharth—that you can impress your guests with, without spending hours in the kitchen. Bon appétit!
As elsewhere in the world, Airbus and Boeing remain the two big aircraft vendors in India, but a few smaller players are also angling for a share of the market.
Editor's Note
In the past four years, Wipro has been snapping up biscuit, soap, beverage, personal products and even lighting companies and brands to grow its consumer businesses.
Wipro, the Bangalore-headquartered soaps-to-software company, has laid out elaborate plans to globalise its businesses and become yet another Indian MNC.
Policy Watch
The government is going all out to woo investments in the manufacturing business. Firstly it was the petroleum sector, and now it is the manufacturing sector.
News Maker
The Ranbaxy MD and CEO has made six global acquisitions last year and has already become a major thorn in the flesh of European and US drug companies.
The BT 50 Index
Here's a look at the performance of a few selected stocks.
Reporters Diary
India’s first mobile court begins with high expectations and, surprisingly, meets them as well.
N.K. Singh’s book delights and disappoints in equal measure.
BT More
Confused about how exactly to do up your new house? Grappling with millions of suggestions from friends? Envious of photographs of homes of the rich and famous? Look no further. BT More tells you how to go about it in a few simple steps.
It isn’t always necessary to spend hours at the gym. You can create a good workout regime that can be done in 15-20 minutes.
Printed Circuit
You can add Gmail, Yahoo! and other applications to your Symbian Nokia phone.
Starring Yahoo India's former MD George Zacharias; R Balakrishnan, National Creative Head of Lowe India; Standard Chartered Bank's Regional CEO for South Asia Jaspal Bindra; and many others.
Leadership Spotlight
In this issue we profile Kundapur Vaman Kamath, MD and CEO, ICICI Bank.
Companies express optimism about prospects of the economies of their home countries, despite fears of rising inflation.
Real estate and transparency seldom go hand in hand, but here’s one entrepreneur who plans to bring a semblance of clarity into what’s perceived to be a very murky business.
Telecom operators are hiving off their infrastructure into separate companies, which are commanding heady valuations. Why are they worth so much?
Back of the Book
Running amusement parks is no child's play. It takes smarts, hard work and a bit of luck, as investors across India are discovering.
The animation sector needs skilled professionals.

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