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K.R. Balasubramanyam
October 17, 2011
Last year, ABB raised its stake in ABB India from 52.11 per cent to 75 per cent, by buying back shares for $1 billion from investors. The company is pushing technology to India like never before with an eye on pumping up its $1.3 bn local sales.


Associated Press
Bangkok , September 9, 2011
Asian stock markets rose on Friday amid news China's inflation moderated slightly, brushing aside a sullen mood on Wall Street after Fed chairman Ben Bernanke offered no immediate support for the ailing U.S. economy.


Kushan Mitra
September 2, 2011
Hero would fondly remember Honda. That may be because Hero got a true sweetheart deal as it can launch products with Honda technology till June 2014 and can continue to sell them for as long as it wants. They have begun on a good note, but a good divorce settlement can ensure only short-term happiness.


PTI
London, July 4, 2011
As the Greek parliament approved a multi-billion Euro asset sale that prompted headlines of \"Greece, a nation for sale\", nearly 2,000 Indians working in various sectors have left the beleaguered country amid riots and major job losses.


N. Madhavan
June 2, 2011
The 100-year old TVS group with a unique achievement - it has never faced a serious labour problem. The first company of the group, TVS & Sons, set up in 1911, has a strike-free record. So do the other 30-odd companies.


Kushan Mitra and Rajiv Bhuvaa
May 11, 2011
At 4.9% compound annual growth rate of its GDP, Africa is the world's third fastest growing region. As corporate India slowly wades through, it discovers a continent full of opportunity, peril and the Chinese.


Sunny Sen
May 10, 2011
With its core business slipping, Moser Baer, the world's second-largest optical disc manufacturer, invests heavily in solar energy.


Sunny Sen
May 6, 2011
Bolstered by rapidly climbing consumer electronic sales, particularly of flat panel displays and mobile phones, and better realisations through a small pricing premium, Samsung has equalled LG in sales and expects to end 2011 ahead of its rival by a substantial margin.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, April 4, 2011
For long, ITI had been enjoying the preferred vendor status from BSNL under a reserved category.


Suman Layak
February 25, 2011
If Mamata Banerjee wins the forthcoming state polls in West Bengal, one wonders what she would leave behind for the next railway minister. Most worrying is the promise to set up wagon and locomotive factories and power plants all across the country.Rail Budget Full Coverage | Summary of Economic Survey 2010-11 | Eco Survey: Kaushik Basu's Cover Job


www.businesstoday.in
September 29, 2010
China is no longer just a threat on the horizon for Indian IT and BPO firms - it is building scale with clinical efficiency.


P.V. Subramanyam
February 17, 2009
The collision model proposed to ride out the choppy economy may seem abstruse to the lay reader, but paying heed to the 'signals' may prove profitable, argues P.V. Subramanyam.


www.businesstoday.in
October 15, 2008
The year 2007 was remarkable for virtually every asset class. Money Today reached out to experts on stocks, real estate, mutual funds and commodities for their views on the way the markets will pan out in the coming times.


Kushan Mitra
April 26, 2010
A clutch of home-grown handset brands, high on features but low on price, is giving established brands nightmares in the world's fastest-growing market. Who are the people behind these brands? And why do their phones sell?


Kushan Mitra
January 11, 2010
An estimated Rs 100,000 crore might be invested in the coming five years to expand production capacity in India.


Shalini S. Dagar
March 5, 2009
Though rigid labour laws did not deter large-scale lay-offs over the last few months, the case for reforms is still strong.


www.businesstoday.in
January 22, 2009
China’s runaway growth is losing steam. Business Today excerpts a recent review of the Chinese economy published in NCAER’s monthly newsletter Macrotrack to highlight how bad the slowdown really is and how it impacts India.


www.businesstoday.in
August 19, 2008
As a research scientist at the MIT between 1975 and 1991, James P. Womack directed a series of comparative studies of world manufacturing practices. Impressed by Toyota’s ‘lean’ manufacturing system, he turned a lean evangelist in 1997. Since then, Womack has been propagating the lean religion. He spoke to BT’s R. Sridharan on the benefits and challenges of going lean.


www.businesstoday.in
June 11, 2008
With a market share of 24 per cent, MRF is the largest player in the Rs 20,000-crore Indian tyre industry. For years that has been the pecking order. But that could soon change. The company anticipates tougher times ahead, but no change.


Saumya Bhattacharya
October 17, 2007
China is in the fast forward mode ahead of Beijing Olympics 2008 and Shanghai World Expo 2010.


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