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November 13, 2009
The recession, downturn or whatever you call it, has dented most kinds of lists - lists of billionaires, lists of most valuable companies, lists of top recruiters and so on.


Anand Adhikari
June 27, 2009
We are never happy about losing people but we have to be realistic. Citi is a favourite hunting ground for talent, says Mark Robinson.


Rishi Joshi
May 14, 2009
Despite the challenging business environment, a clutch of companies posted stellar results in the earnings season. BT handpicks 10 outperformers on Dalal Street.


Rajiv Rao
February 19, 2009
Krugman gives us a lucid tour of history’s worst slumps. Unfortunately, he also proves that we are doomed to repeat the same mistakes.


Virendra Verma
February 19, 2009
Borrowing funds against shares for the purpose of enhancing shareholder value may be noble, but why weren’t promoters being transparent about this?


www.businesstoday.in
February 5, 2009
A clutch of brokerages—foreign and Indian—has braved a volatile market and flagged off operations. With an upturn nowhere in sight in the short- to medium-term, can these new kids on the block surive?


Rachna M. Koppikar
February 5, 2009
The market regulator’s directive on mandatory disclosure of pledged shares neither truly brings the promoters in line nor helps investors.


Virendra Verma & Rachna Monga
January 20, 2009
Few Indian promoters could conjure up a fraud of the magnitude that Ramalinga Raju has. Like Raju, however, a clutch of Indian promoters face a real danger of losing control over their companies, courtesy their pledging gambit. Virendra Verma & Rachna Monga report. 'There is some connivance in Satyam fraud' Satyam fraud shameful: Prem Chand Gupta  The great Satyam robberyHow funds are siphonedThe maze that is MaytasOn the trail of fraudConfessions of auditorsAudit: Elusive independence'With XBRL, you can’t hide'When your boss does you inStruck by scams, stuck with stockFooling the shareholdersRipple effect


Kushan Mitra and Shalini S. Dagar
November 24, 2008
The crash of the stock markets, coupled with the liquidity crisis, may have put paid to the plans of many entrepreneurs. But venture capitalists believe that the present times of adversity will lead to opportunities as also a brutal Darwinian selection of the most robust new businesses. Kushan Mitra and Shalini S. Dagar report.


Virendra Verma
November 13, 2008
After years of rollicking appreciation, companies that make up the BT 500 are going through one of their toughest phases in a long, long time. As stocks get mercilessly hammered, this may just be the time when the men are separated from the boys. Virendra Verma reports.


Rachna Monga
November 13, 2008
With Asian markets down and little hope that Indian markets will behave differently, the lives of dealers have turned upside down. Rachna Monga, who spent a day at a broker's office in Mumbai, says that cricket seems to have taken precedence over market moves.


Rachna Monga
October 30, 2008
As capital becomes scarce in the global markets, foreign portfolio investors—the lifeblood running through domestic equities—turn their backs on India. This has got more to do with the stress in the financial system in their own backyard than any fundamental issues with the domestic market. Will they return, or should we be waiting for them at all? Rachna Monga goes into the details.


Puja Mehra
October 16, 2008
The green signal for a $700-billion bailout of US banks wasn’t enough to turn the tide in global financial markets. Even six of the world’s central banks coming together to release hundreds of billions into the system couldn’t stem the panic. It has to get worse before it gets better. Puja Mehra reports.


Virendra Verma
October 16, 2008
With global markets losing between a fifth and, in some cases, close to half of their value, fear, pessimism and panic grip the Street.


www.businesstoday.in
October 2, 2008
It’s a question that’s taxing millions of people in this country: how will the meltdown on Wall Street impact India?


Rachna Monga
October 2, 2008
The Wall Street bug has spread far and wide, taking its toll on markets all over the globe. Back home, however, many of the US investment banks are in no mood to call it a day.


Anand Adhikari
October 2, 2008
The US financial services sector may have been brought down to its knees, but back home, there’s a mad scramble by a host of players to get a piece of the action in high-growth segments that range from mutual funds to private equity.


Manu Kaushik
October 2, 2008
The downturn in the stock market is a good time to review your portfolio. Here's how to do it.


www.businesstoday.in
September 18, 2008
Starring Barbara Harriss-White, Professor of Development Studies, University of Oxford; Sudip Bannerjee, CEO, L&T Infotech; Ashwin Deo of Asian Pacific Breweries; Mick Gordon, MD, Synovate; and Ray King of UK-based healthcare company Bupa.


www.businesstoday.in
September 15, 2008
With his experience at two of the largest Wall Street banks, David Martin Darst, a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley, is well placed to explain the crisis in the US financial markets (Darst was also with Goldman Sachs). One of his recent works, The little book that saves your assets, has been acclaimed as an encyclopedia on asset allocation strategies. On a recent visit to India, Darst met BT’s Rachna Monga.


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