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December 4, 2011
Snapshots of eight Indians who figured in the definitive 2011 list of the world's 50 top business thinkers.

Geetanajali Shukla
November 7, 2011
Ajay Piramal, Chairman, Piramal Healthcare, talks to Geetanajali Shukla.

Shamni Pande
August 16, 2011
A fight for autonomy, scramble for faculty, foreign players at the doors...Indian business education is awash with change this year. But the biggest change is in BT's ranking of B-schools.

K.R. Balasubramanyam
August 20, 2011
IIM Bangalore comes out tops in the 2011 edition of the BT-Nielsen best B-schools survey. One of the reasons is greater emphasis on research, which has led to the institute's return to the top slot after nine years. But then, the institute also enjoys some advantages over its peers.Watch Videos: Students | Alumni | Director

E. Kumar Sharma
August 15, 2011
Some state university B-schools, such as FMS, Delhi, are among the country's best, but others face constraints such as bureaucracy and poor funding.

Associated Press
New York, December 30, 2010
The Economic Policy Institute says American companies have created 1.4 million jobs overseas in 2010 this year, compared with less than 1 million in the US.
December 27, 2010
Leaders who consistently think ahead of their time are a rare breed. A list of global Indians who put the country on the world map.

William Chafe
November 10, 2010
Although Barack Obama entered the White House with less political experience than any recent United States President, his life journey and personal values uniquely qualify him to offer a new vision of international leadership for America.

Boston, October 15, 2010
The Ratan Tata-led Group's donation, managed by its philanthropic units, is the the largest from an international donor in the institute's 102-year history.
October 9, 2010
Here is a look at people, places and products doing the round these days.

Bala V. Balachandran
October 9, 2010
The book addresses the gaps in B-school education and provokes thoughtful discussions, says Bala V. Balachandran.

Saumya Bhattacharya
October 9, 2010
There are too few women managers to choose from. Will this change anytime soon?

Rajiv Bhuva, T.V. Mahalingam and K.R. Balasubramanyam
October 9, 2010
Senior professionals are heading back to campuses to turbo-charge their careers.

Chaitanya Kalbag
October 3, 2010
We do not have enough teachers or engineers, but we produce so many management graduates that \"MBA Pass\" is becoming the lowest common denominator.
June 9, 2010
Here is a look at people, places and products doing the round these days.

Saumya Bhattacharya
May 11, 2010
The first foreign-born Dean of Harvard Business School shares his thoughts on his new role, business education and ethics for managers.

Rahul Sachitanand
March 31, 2010
Professor David Yoffie, Senior Associate Dean & Chair of Harvard Business School Executive Education Programmes, visited India to launch some new sessions. He spoke to BT's Rahul Sachitanand in between sessions with programme attendees.

Joel M. Podolny
October 7, 2009
Unless America’s business schools make radical changes, society will become convinced that MBAs work to serve only their own selfish interests.

Puja Mehra
January 20, 2009
Satyam’s auditors and independent directors failed to catch on to Raju’s scam. Auditors Pavan Kumar Vijay and R. Ramakrishnan, working with BT, show how dodgy numbers were ignored all along. Puja Mehra reports.  'There is some connivance in Satyam fraud' Satyam fraud shameful: Prem Chand Gupta  The great Satyam robberyHow funds are siphonedThe maze that is MaytasLiving on the (pl)edgeConfessions of auditorsAudit: Elusive independence'With XBRL, you can’t hide'When your boss does you inStruck by scams, stuck with stockFooling the shareholdersRipple effect

E. Kumar Sharma
November 27, 2008
Management practitioners are turning to the introspective wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita and other Indian texts as an alternative to rapacious capitalism as they believe it balances the pursuit of wealth and material success with the mastery of the self and the quest for inner happiness. E. Kumar Sharma reports.

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