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www.businesstoday.in
January 22, 2008
Asset-hungry promoters prefer the West (to the East).


www.businesstoday.in
January 22, 2008
Kingfisher Airlines wants to make Bangalore its hub.


Anand Adhikari
January 22, 2008
He has drawn up an ambitious programme to expand his footprint in his core steel business and also diversify into the power, cement aluminium and infrastructure sectors. Is Jindal taking on too much? Anand Adhikari tells us why the steel-focussed group is getting into apparently unrelated areas.


www.businesstoday.in
January 18, 2008
A foodie’s delight, a book lover’s paradise—the other side of Chennai is waiting to be discovered.


www.businesstoday.in
January 18, 2008
A China Town, Victorian buildings and the world’s largest ‘book street’—Kolkata is a lot of fun.


www.businesstoday.in
January 18, 2008
Medieval forts, hidden churches and amazing food —India’s commercial capital is full of surprises.


Rahul Sachitanand
January 9, 2008
As the Chairman and CEO of the $35 billion PepsiCo, Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi, 52, has her hands full, even though she is visiting her hometown for a vacation. In a free-wheeling interview with Rahul Sachitanand, she discusses her plans for PepsiCo, the industry and even her beloved baseball team, the New York Yankees.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
January 8, 2008
Kingfisher and Deccan are like chalk and cheese, with different operating philosophies and different target segments. The two airlines have different business models and cater to different passenger segments. What, then, is the rationale behind their merger? Kingfisher in Europe & US, Deccan in Asia: Mallya Kingfisher to fly abroad this year: PatelWind under their wingsBeyond the horizon


Rishi Joshi
January 7, 2008
There are still quite a few undervalued stocks that could see big upsides in the new year. We shortlist 10 such gems.


www.businesstoday.in
July 5, 2017
Here are the 10 most creative, quirky restaurants in India


Kushan Mitra
December 24, 2007
He has shown what he could do with CDs, but his biggest bet yet is on solar power.


Anand Adhikari
December 24, 2007
Jignesh Shah is using technology to deliver the benefits of globalisation to the masses.


Arnab Mitra
December 23, 2007
For a long time, she was known as the talented daughter of noted novelist Anita Desai. Kiran Desai’s first book, Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard, published in 1998, won critical acclaim across the world and even won the Betty Trask Award.


Ritwik Mukherjee
December 12, 2007
India Inc’s managers of tomorrow display the stuff they are made of at the sixth Business Today-Aditya Birla Group Acumen East Zone Finals.


Amit Mukherjee
December 12, 2007
India Inc. is in the growth mode. The massive opportunity has, however, brought along excessive workload and unrealistic targets. Result: the workforce is falling prey to burnout.


Reckitt Benckiser
December 12, 2007
He flies more than 300,000 miles every year and he flies commercial. So what does Bart Becht, the 51-year-old CEO of the UK-based household cleaner giant Reckitt Benckiser have to show for his hectic globetrotting? Plenty, actually.


Brian Carvalho
December 11, 2007
They spent their youth scrounging for stray scraps of the good life in the wilderness of the pre-liberalisation days. But that’s okay: Today, a chunk of this generation is older, wiser, richer—and furiously catching up with life as it should have been.


T.V. Mahalingam
December 11, 2007
The image of the moustachetwirling, pot-bellied man from the South who tilts perilously at the nearest nine yards of fabric he can espy is slowly but surely fading away. Say hello to the trendy, brandconscious southern male who’s raring to go on a bender.


Shalini S. Dagar
December 11, 2007
Indian men over 45 seem to be facing many dilemmas. With the traditional social structures breaking down and new support systems still not in place, uncertainties are piling up for men as retirement years edge closer.


Anusha Subramanian
December 11, 2007
Indian men seem to be more obsessed about their careers, money and success than their global counterparts.


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