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April 16, 2009
The hottest new restaurants in the metros.


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April 2, 2009
Plethico Pharma has used acquisitions to foray into new markets—and into a high-growth area of medicine.


www.businesstoday.in
April 2, 2009
Belt tightening by many foreign airlines has resulted in a sharp drop in international flights to and from India.


Anamika Butalia
March 19, 2009
Ten years since Indigo rewrote the rules, Rahul Akerkar readies his hush-hush new venture—Tote.


www.businesstoday.in
March 19, 2009
At an auction in London in September 2003, an anonymous participant picked up the legendary Sword of Tipu Sultan, who ruled Mysore in the 18th century. The man’s identity came to light only when liquor baron Vijay Mallya, 54, displayed the sword in his flamboyant style at a media conference six months later in Bangalore.


Anusha Subramanian
February 19, 2009
Pay top dollar for the best, and go easy on the rest—that seemed to be the motto at the player auctions for the second season of the Indian Premier League.


Sanjiv Bhattacharya
February 19, 2009
When it comes to creating luxury furniture for the stupendously rich, the House of Raro leaves no stone unturned. Sanjiv Bhattacharya reports on a bar that raises the bar on ostentation.


Rishi Joshi
February 5, 2009
After five years of high growth, exports are in a slump leading to massive income and job losses. The situation will get worse before it gets better.


Rahul Sachitanand
February 4, 2009
Infosys wants to be among the top three information technology services firms in the world. Its business strategy suggests this will not happen soon.


Kushan Mitra
February 5, 2009
Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed AlMaktoum, the US-educated 50-year-old Chairman of the Emirates Group, which operates the Dubai-based international carrier Emirates, believes that the airline is “one of the vehicles on whose virtue Dubai has reached where it has today”.


Rajiv Rao
January 22, 2009
Air Asia’s Tony Fernandes has blanketed much of Asia with his low-cost airline. Policy environment willing, he could shake-up the aviation industry in India, too.


www.businesstoday.in
January 8, 2009
At 27, this extremely combative opening batsman could impart a few lessons to corporate bosses on how to lead a team to become world-beaters.


Suman Layak
January 8, 2009
No black marks for taking off days, empowerment at all levels and open promotions make this hotel’s management and employees—oops, associates—one big happy family.


www.businesstoday.in
January 8, 2009
Though not among the top 10, employees like the following employers for letting them build a fulfilling career. The order of appearance doesn’t indicate ranking.


Sanjiv Bhattacharya
December 30, 2008
There’s Scotland, of course, and Ireland and America. But did you know that the Swedes are in the whisky game now? And the French?


Sourish Bhattacharyya
December 25, 2008
It’s not for nothing that fat bastard is one of the most popular labels. It’s easy to remember.


Tejaswi Shekhawat
December 25, 2008
From the kitchens of the European aristocracy to the one pot-meals of the peasantry, Cajun and Creole cuisine is a rich story of spice and culture.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
December 11, 2008
A first-of-its-kind study of the wine market in India shows that 65 per cent of the nation’s wine consumers live in two cities—Delhi and Mumbai—yet the Rs 300-crore industry is growing at 25 per cent. Dhiman Chattopadhyay goes into the details.


Tejeesh N. S. Behl
November 13, 2008
While a general price rationalisation was on the cards as the end of the boom cycle neared, the financial meltdown across economies has left real estate companies gasping. The optimism is all but gone as real estate developers get real about their survival chances in a buyer’s market. Tejeesh N.S. Behl 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.


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