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Chaitanya Kalbag
February 27, 2013
The number of new projects is falling, and the number of buyers is dwindling. People who paid huge sums of money are waiting helplessly to take possession.

Chaitanya Kalbag
November 21, 2012
Analysts' reports that are critical of companies are always contentious; company boards take analysts' meetings very seriously and with trepidation.

Shamni Pande
November 7, 2012
A study by global HR consulting and outsourcing firm Aon Hewitt for Business Today on executive compensation for 2011/12 shows the median Indian CEO salary was $3.5 million (about Rs 18.5 crore), versus $7 million in the US, about $6 million in Europe.
October 23, 2012
What a fortnight it has been. We have plumbed new depths in animus and acrimony. Not a day goes by without a shrieking melee, either at a press conference or on the streets, writes Business Today Editor Chaitanya Kalbag.

Chaitanya Kalbag
September 28, 2012
Our Prime Minister can seem like an accidental politician. Speaking publicly, he comes across as earnestly wooden, and when he addressed the nation on September 21, the eve of the autumnal equinox, you often felt the teleprompter was scrolling up faster than Manmohan Singh could enunciate.

Chaitanya Kalbag and Suman Layak
October 1, 2012
Vedanta Resources chairman Anil Agarwal spoke to Chaitanya Kalbag and Suman Layak over almost an hour about his dreams, his plans for the company as well as the problems he faces.

Chaitanya Kalbag
June 20, 2012
I was very proud to read this fortnight's cover package. We decided to travel across India and look at how different states and regions were coping with the downturn.

Suman Layak, Manu Kaushik and K.R. Balasubramanyam
June 19, 2012
With the economic downturn and policy paralysis biting, companies are are being forced to come up with alternative strategies.

Chaitanya Kalbag
June 6, 2012
When Biyani, a true-blue entrepreneur who built a retail empire, had to sell a controlling stake in his flagship Pantaloon Retail store chain to the Aditya Birla Group, it must have been a very tough choice to make.

Suman Layak
May 30, 2012
Retail in India is a complex business, where a stockpile of cash is a big advantage. A new store takes time to stabilise and break even, so companies must balance the number of stable, profit-making stores and new ones. A fat pile of cash can make the ride shorter and smoother.

Chaitanya Kalbag
February 29, 2012
Large chunks of our 'mind space' are taken up by big events, and the government's annual Budget is truly like an assault on Everest - lots of base camps, sherpas carrying in demands and requests from the praja to the raja.

Chaitanya Kalbag
November 21, 2011
For four years now, Business Today has partnered the Monitor Group to document and analyse innovative Indian companies.

Chaitanya Kalbag
October 22, 2011
\"Any corporate listing is a beauty parade,\" the very first BT listing said back in March 1992. If you trawl through the 20 listings we have published since then, you will get a very good idea of what enduring \"good books\" look like.

Chaitanya Kalbag, Suman Layak, Suveen Sinha
September 27, 2011
Kumar Mangalam Birla likes to express himself in short andsimple sentences. He does not throw a lot of numbers at the interviewer and isoften happy to answer a question with a single sentence. He spent a lot of timespeaking to Business Today editor Chaitanya Kalbag, executive editor Suveen K Sinhaand senior editor Suman Layak overtwo sessions in Mumbai and Delhi.

Chaitanya Kalbag
September 27, 2011
Both were born with silver spoons in their mouths. Both had greatness thrust upon them by unexpected events - Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi by Nari Contractor's incapacitation, Kumar Mangalam Birla by the sudden death of his father.

Chaitanya Kalbag
August 3, 2011
India was all set to be the small-car manufacturing hub of the world, but as with many of our roads, the ride is bumpy. It is fashionable to predict that millions of cars will be swanning down our roads in the decades ahead, and nearly all the world's car brands have beaten a path to our door. But land, labour, capital, and infrastructure all make it tough.

Chaitanya Kalbag, Suman Layak and Anusha Subramanian
May 24, 2011
Harish Manwani, Chairman and also President for Asia, Africa and east and central Europe for Unilever, says the Anglo-Dutch parent wants 70 per cent of its revenues to come from emerging markets, against 53 per cent now.

Chaitanya Kalbag, Suman Layak and Anusha Subramanian
May 24, 2011
In 2010, about two years after he took over the top job in April 2008, Nitin Paranjpe  made HUL accountants, production and human resources people go out and meet consumers in villages across India. Just as he did himself - and there was learning. He shares that in a wide-ranging interview with Chaitanya Kalbag, Suman Layak and Anusha Subramanian.

Chaitanya Kalbag, Suman Layak and Anusha Subramanian
May 24, 2011
Harish Manwani says the Anglo-Dutch parent wants 70 per cent of its revenues to come from emerging markets, against 53 per cent now. Listen to the interview

Chaitanya Kalbag, Suman Layak and Anusha Subramanian
June 9, 2011
Despite the gap in their ages, the camaraderie between the 57-year-old Manwani and Paranjpe and their shared vision.

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