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Fran├žois-Marie Arouet
October 30, 2008
The liberalisation of the economy brought with it a fresh wave of thinking—one that was unfettered by historic baggage. That, however, proved to be a flash in the pan as one now risks being branded by ideology, or, rather, by the lack of it.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
October 30, 2008
It could only do 70 kmph and had to be driven in reverse when climbing a steep hill, but the Ford T, celebrating its centenary this year, brought about an automotive revolution. In the year of the Nano, we take a look at the world’s first mass produced and ‘affordable’ car.


Vivek Bharati
October 14, 2008
Thomas Friedman’s new book sets the agenda for combating climate change.


Vikrant Singh
August 19, 2008
The Volkswagen Jetta 1.6 is quintessentially German—unassuming to look at but brilliant to drive.


www.businesstoday.in
August 5, 2008
Global market research firm Synovate polled 7,000 women across India, United States, Brazil, Singapore, South Korea, Canada, Bulgaria, Spain and South Africa on their idea of beauty. Excerpts:


www.businesstoday.in
July 9, 2008
Silicon Valley pro takes another stab at VC funding in India. Kanwal Rekhi's new firm is called Inventus and plans to raise around $125-150 million (Rs 537.5-645 crore) and invest in around 15-20 early stage IT companies.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
July 7, 2008
Check into these fabulous spa resorts around the world to get pampered like royalty. Maybe, the experience will tempt you to buy an island resort or a spa in the mountains.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
June 8, 2008
Don’t order a ‘Burrito’ when in Mexico.You might get a little donkey to ride on instead of the tortilla you expect! There’s a lot about Mexican cuisine that we don’t know. Let’s find out.


Rahul Sachitanand
May 13, 2008
Despite the joint CEO experiment not coming off in several high profile cases globally, Chairman Azim Premji is betting on the model to unify Wipro’s IT businesses and spur growth. He is rather confident that the teams are ready and the timing is right. BT's Rahul Sachitanand finds out whether the new arrangement will work.


BT More Team
May 12, 2008
In the first-ever rating of Indian wines, BT More got eight experts from around the country and beyond to try out 38 different wines to zero in on the best wines made in India. Here are the results.


Kushan Mitra
April 30, 2008
This is the land of the Khmer Rouge and the backdrop of movies like Apocalypse Now. But Cambodia also boasts some of the world’s largest temples. Kushan Mitra went on a magical journey.


www.businesstoday.in
September 15, 2020
These Indian-Americans are among the richest in the United States


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
March 31, 2008
A magnum opus that explores the journey of the American people from the time of the Red Indians to the present—this is a great read for those interested in countries and their history.


Bibek Bhattacharya
March 31, 2008
Americans treat this as a national symbol of pride. Discover why.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
March 16, 2008
They are true stories of people involved in real battles and conflicts. These three books provide rare insights into the lives of courageous Indians.


Bibek Bhattacharya
February 20, 2008
Since the dawn of filmmaking, the documentary has held its own against its more glamorous sibling, the feature film. We take a look at three hard-hitting examples of the genre.


Kushan Mitra
February 20, 2008
The ‘new’ Scorpio has lots of new toys and handles well, but, on the flip side, looks as boxy as before.


www.businesstoday.in
February 19, 2008
Russia and the US face stiff competition for Indian orders.


www.businesstoday.in
February 19, 2008
A NASSCOM-Business Today panel focus on the burning subject of global leadership.


Sourish Bhattacharyya
February 15, 2008
Indians, somehow, are still chary about ordering a good Napa wine when they are entertaining. Maybe, it’s because American wines tend to be in short supply and more expensive.


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