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Goutam Das
February 15, 2012
Anders Brons Petersen is head of IT at Novozymes, a Denmark head quartered company that supplies industrial enzymes and microorganisms. Petersen spoke to BT on the firm's technology priorities this year. 


PTI
Davos, January 27, 2012
The urgency to introduce fiscal discipline and hope that the euro crisis would be resolved sooner than later was expressed by leaders of various smaller European countries.


Associated Press
Brussels, December 9, 2011
While the EU fiscal deal reached on Friday may help save the euro, the political consequences of the rift with Britain could be enormous. It also remains to be seen whether the European Central Bank will take more aggressive action to buy the bonds of heavily indebted countries.


Associated Press
December 9, 2011
All European Union states except Britain moved toward setting up a new treaty on Friday, giving up crucial powers over their own budgets in an attempt to overcome a crippling debt crisis.


PTI
New Delhi, November 25, 2011
India Inc is among the world's lowest paying employers in the IT space, with their mid-to- senior level staff getting an average salary of $36,120 (about Rs 18.5 lakh) per annum - less than one-fourth of the IT pay package at globally top-paying Swiss companies.


R Pallavi
December 7, 2011
Swigging malts like the Scots or guzzling beer with the Danes, let's trace cultural diversity through drinking cultures.


Sunny Sen
October 29, 2011
Growing mistrust sours yet another joint venture as Unitech and Telenor slug it out in the courts. Unitech Wireless has dragged Telenor to the Company Law Board, a quasi-judicial body which deals with corporate disputes, alleging mismanagement of the joint venture's operations.


Anusha Subramanian
October 14, 2011
Mumbai Academy of Moving Images will be the country's first film festival to host roughly 40 international movie buyers. The hope is that the MFM initiative will help big and small producers tap into traditional and non-traditional markets.


R. Srinivasan
New Delhi, May 5, 2011
India will still have a relatively young population even by 2050. Its labour force will continue to grow, before reaching nearly one billion workers by 2050.


PTI
New Delhi, April 27, 2011
The Finnish entity would be laying off 4,000 people globally, while 3,000 jobs would be moved to US major Accenture that would take care of Symbian software activities.


Suman Layak
November 11, 2010
With the three-day Indian Economic Summit beginning Sunday, Suman Layak writes how corruption keeps pace with a booming economy. The bad news, he says, is there are few signs of it being reined in.  Live stream


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, November 2, 2010
According to a Nielsen survey, Indians are still the most optimistic in the world about their job prospects over the next twelve months.


www.businesstoday.in
June 1, 2009
The new government may have come with a reforms mandate, but it has its work cut out as far as the financial sector changes are concerned.


Dipen Sheth
May 2, 2008
Driven by a combination of tax and energy incentives around the globe, wind power is now the clear leader in alternative power generation technology.


Narayan Krishnamurthy and Devangshu Datta
November 28, 2007
When shopping for fruit, you can get foxed by vendors selling apples of the same size and colour, at different prices. Investors face similar confusion when buying stocks.


Ramesh Mangaleswaran and Ramya Venkataraman
June 9, 2010
Goal: To train 500 million Indians over the next 10 years. Possible now: Less than five million a year. But, as this exclusive McKinsey article argues, the gap is an opportunity for private entrepreneurs to make India a factory for skilled talent.


www.businesstoday.in
June 9, 2010
Here is a look at people, places and products doing the round these days.


Suman Layak
March 2, 2010
...And a number of foreign majors, domestic firms and private equity investors are keen to ensure that more and more of it can be used.


Manu Kaushik
November 15, 2009
Gavin Greene, Worldwide head of the electrical division of the energy consultancy firm SgurrEnergy, spoke on the promising growth prospects of renewable energy in India.


Puja Mehra
August 20, 2009
The new tax code proves the government is now convinced that the only way it can earn more is by taking less from people.


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