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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.


Anumeha Chaturvedi
October 31, 2008
Golf courses are cropping up all over the world, in India especially. So, when it came to picking the five most stunning courses in the world, it wasn’t easy. From a course spanning six centuries in Scotland to one nestled on the coast of the Pacific, these are the five most stunning to our eyes.


www.businesstoday.in
October 30, 2008
IPL has turned the cricket world upside down and transformed BCCI into an 800-pound gorilla in ICC.


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October 30, 2008
ISB is targeting both students and recruiters abroad and going all out to get them.


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October 14, 2008
If Sourav Ganguly’s captaincy had to be judged on how he appeared on a Cricket field, the words, which most accurately describe him, would probably be late, dishevelled and overwrought.


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October 2, 2008
What Abhay Oswal is up to these days. There was a time in the ’80s and early ’90s, when he was regarded as the rising star of India Inc.


Suman Layak
October 2, 2008
From two-wheelers to trucks, Mahindra is eyeing every slice of the automobiles pie. It is branching out into virtually every conceivable auto-segment, either with international partners or via takeovers.


www.businesstoday.in
October 2, 2008
Bewildered by the sheer number of gift options this festival season? Don’t be. Our gift guide has the answers you’re looking for.


Sourish Bhattacharyya
October 2, 2008
Do not listen to a sommelier (wine waiter, in plain English) who says a Gewurtztraminer, a sweetish wine with spicy notes from Alsace, France, goes best with Chinese cuisine.


T.V. Mahalingam
September 18, 2008
Like John Kerry four years ago, Barack Obama is another US Democratic presidential candidate who appears to be threatening to put a spanner in IT outsourcing. Is he serious? The Indian industry, however, feels it is a mere political rhetoric as there are not enough skilled resources available for IT in most of the advanced nations. T.V. Mahalingam reports.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
September 18, 2008
The great barrier reef is not a holiday for the fainthearted. but if you want to kiss a stingray and swim with a turtle, it’s the only place in the world.


Bibek Bhattacharya
September 3, 2008
This 31-year-old needs little by way of an introduction. One of the very few truly express bowlers in modern cricket, he often touches 160 kmph.


www.businesstoday.in
August 5, 2008
Our fifth annual survey of the companies who have managed to put a smile on their shareholders’ faces and delighted them the most.


www.businesstoday.in
August 5, 2008
The bone of contention between India and the US turned out to be an emergency measure known as Special Safeguard Mechanism (SSM)—that will come into play in the eventuality of a surge in farm imports. The two sides could not agree on the numbers.


Rachna Monga
August 4, 2008
Not since the technology crash of 2000 have an equity fund manager's investment strategy been tested—and the perils of running a concentrated portfolio exposed.


Anand Adhikari
August 4, 2008
Crude at $200 a barrel? Perhaps it’s that prospect that has convinced a clutch of Indian businessmen that exploring and producing this commodity that’s getting scarcer by the minute is a lucrative venture. But how many of them will hit pay dirt? Anand Adhikari finds out. Oil: A ticking time bomb


Lizz Stanley
August 1, 2008
Recording a song isn’t just about getting the sound right or having a great voice. We learnt how it’s done at Mumbai’s state-of-the-art Blue Frog Studios, to let you in on a few secrets.


www.businesstoday.in
July 24, 2008
Cadbury wants to double the size of its operations. The company, which holds a dominant 70 per cent in the Rs 1,600-crore Indian chocolate market, has ambitious plans.


Rachna Monga
July 22, 2008
With investments of a little over Rs 44,000 crore in 2007-08—up from a meagre Rs 5,400 crore two years ago—the Life Insurance Corporation is easily the single-biggest shopper in Indian stocks. Rachna Monga tells us how the largest and the only public sector life insurance company has been re-inventing itself.


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