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Pritam P. Hans
Delhi, September 26, 2011
As India globalises, serviced apartments have a bright future. You can invest in one of these to get a higher rental income.
August 20, 2011
A washup is a follow-up discussion after an important incident to suggest improvements or resolve difficult situations at work.

Geetanjali Shukla
August 23, 2011
SCMHRD, Pune is the institute that has made the biggest jump in rankings - from 37th in 2010 to 12th this year. The institute started off specialising in HR, but now offers other management streams as well.

K.R. Balasubramanyam
August 22, 2011
By pioneering satellite-based postgraduate diploma programmes in management, the institute has jumped from 12th place in 2010 to sixth this year. It last figured in the top 10 list in 2002. And there are other reasons too.

Somnath Dasgupta
August 16, 2011
Research done by BT and Nielsen came up with a preliminary list of 60 B-schools, which had 10 new names on it. And one of them was DMS. It did not make it to the final 50, but its very entry was an achievement in itself.

Associated Press
New York, August 5, 2011
The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Thursday experienced its biggest decline since the height of the financial crisis in 2008, plummeting 512.76 points to close at 11,383.68 on fears of debt crisis in Europe.
August 11, 2011
Mukesh Ambani was in the news mostly over the leaked Comptroller and Auditor General, or CAG, draft report, which criticised the oil ministry and the Director General of Hydrocarbons for their role in approving Reliance's KG-D6 field cost.

Pritam P. Hans
Delhi, August 9, 2011
Before investing in IPOs, new fund offers and insurance policies, make sure that you are familiar with their growth prospects and associated risks.

Dinesh Pillai
July 14, 2011
In the last one year, many companies have made substantial investments in terms of security apparatus, and personnel. Nevertheless, there are huge gaps in the overall infrastructure due to our dependence on technology solutions.

Team BT
January 4, 1998
For the family-owned business group, the future hinges on the ability to combine strategic and operational excellence with a constant willingness to change. BT presents a theoretical exposition of how the survival prospects of the family business can be evaluated. A framework.

Team BT
January 4, 1998
Even as the family business is forced to change to cope with competition, the role played by the family in the business must be rewritten too. Which old functions must it discard? What new responsibilities must it take on? And how should it manage the transition? A prognosis.

Team BT
January 4, 1998
Can the Indian business house afford to cling to the diversification model of mutually unrelated businesses that it had constructed before liberalisation? Or must it trade in breadth of opportunism for competencedriven growth if it is to survive? A debate.

Gita Piramal
January 4, 1998
The signals are ominous. As a BT-Gallup MBA Survey of corporate India reveals, the Indian business house faces powerful threats that may erode its historical strengths. Is the pessimism about their future justified? Or is it unfounded? An assessment.

Team BT
January 4, 1998
Change is relentlessly stalking the oldest business institution in the country, transforming both the form and the content of the business family. Indeed, the survival of many of India's biggest business houses 50 years from now appears to be uncertain. A paradigm shift.

Tanvi Varma and Dipak Mondal
July 7, 2011
Scores assigned by the Credit Information Bureau (India) Limited (Cibil), the country's first credit bureau, has a direct bearing on the fate of all prospective borrowers in the country. Arun Thukral, MD, Cibil, tells Tanvi Varma and Dipak Mondal about how both lenders and borrowers can benefit from the bureau's work and the initiatives in the pipeline.

Chaitanya Kalbag
June 22, 2011
What is it that keeps old companies going, richly and successfully, for a century or longer? This fortnight we look at a number of Indian companies that have been around for one hundred years or longer, and not just survived but in most instances, thrived.

Anand Adhikari and Shalini S. Dagar
June 23, 2011
PNB and BoB have been the best performers among banks that have completed a century.

Somnath Dasgupta
June 23, 2011
Many historic companies have weathered technological and political upheavals. Others have been less fortunate.

BS Srinivasalu Reddy
June 14, 2011
\"We may not see big returns for investors this fiscal, but it will follow soon after,\" said Dinesh Thakkar, CMD of Angel Broking.

Anuradha Shukla
New Delhi, May 31, 2011
The deadlock between the industry and the government continues over mandatory corporate social responsibility in the Companies Bill 2009 that is ready to be presented in Parliament.

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