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www.businesstoday.in
December 29, 2010
Life has turned full circle for Malay Mukherjee who had left India two decades ago.


ITGD Bureau
Mumbai, October 18, 2010
Indian stocks were trading lower on Monday, in line with the weakness in Asian markets. All the sector indices were in the red, with automobile and FMCG being weighed down the most.


Manu Kaushik and Suman Layak
October 9, 2010
Less than two years after some of India Inc.'s biggest overseas acquisitions ran into the recession, the investments have expanded scale and scope at the country's top businesses like never before.


PTI
New Delhi, September 27, 2010
Industry experts said prices may go up by up to Rs 1,500 a tonne across products. On an average, steel prices are in the range of Rs 30,000-36,000 a tonne at present.


PTI
New Delhi, September 30, 2010
According to the research study, the combined net worth of India's 100 richest people rose to $300 billion this year, from $276 billion last year, driven by a booming economy.


K.R.Balasubramanyam
September 29, 2010
A rash of players - old and new, big and small - is chalking out plans to add huge capacities, but not all projects will see the light of day.


PTI
New Delhi, September 10, 2010
The signing of the Gas Sales and Purchase Agreement was delayed since RIL didn't want to commit providing gas beyond its production limit of 60 mscmd a year.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, September 10, 2010
The acting chairman of Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) says more such cases are under investigation


Namrata Dadwal
February 17, 2009
Rakesh Verma's first foray into entrepreneurship lacked direction, so he changed tack. Today, MapmyIndia is part of the new business mosaic that he has successfully navigated.


www.businesstoday.in
August 22, 2008
The only way to master the art of stock investing—low risk and high returns—is to take the time-tested route of long-term investing.


By Devangshu Datta and Sanjeev Sinha
July 9, 2007
Few investors are willing to put their money in companies that are doing badly or in new-fangled business ideas. But such investments can be very rewarding.


Anand Adhikari
August 4, 2010
Mumbai is the country's commercial capital, but for the city to become an international fulcrum for finance will take a lot of doing.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
June 22, 2010
He's made tentative investments in the energy and steel sectors, via joint ventures and acquisitions, but the big bang will clearly come when the chairman of the world's largest steel company freezes his plans to set up a mega-steel unit in the country. So, what's stopping him?


Anusha Subramanian in Dantewada with Suman Layak
April 26, 2010
The Maoist movement's inroads into some 223 districts in 20 states — at last count—have the potential to not just stall big-ticket investments but also derail the great Indian growth story.


Rachna M. Koppikar
March 16, 2010
Getting share certificates dematerialised can sometimes become an exasperating journey. BT alerts you about the key hurdles along the way.


Shamni Pande, Suman Layak, K.R. Balasubramanyam and Anusha Subramanian
February 15, 2010
Most of them started from the bottom, and today under the eagle supervision of senior family members, a whole host of inheritors is pulling out all stops to earn their spurs.


Anand Adhikari
August 6, 2009
Even as they went about creating a fully-integrated steel colossus, the Ruias of the Essar Group were also quietly building a global outsourcing model via a string of acquisitions.


Puja Mehra & Suman Layak
August 4, 2009
We bring you the most comprehensive insider account of the latest outbreak between the feuding Ambani brothers so far, write Puja Mehra and Suman Layak.Anil's spoilers


www.businesstoday.in
February 19, 2009
Jagdish Khattar recounts his bumpy ride at Maruti’s wheel when BT asked some industry veterans like him to share how they survived severe crises in times of economic slowdown. Job loss: Are you next?5 Lakh to 50 LakhThere’s life after layoff...Dealing with your first slowdownTime to talkCampus droughtUnited we stand


Clifford Alvares
February 5, 2009
The third quarter results confirmed the worst fears that the slowdown has hit companies hard. And the next quarter is likely to be worse.


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