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PTI
Mumbai, May 26, 2011
The newly formed company, Media Pro Enterprise India, will combine distribution of their respective channel bouquets in the country.


E. Kumar Sharma
April 21, 2011
Despite regulatory risks, the education space is seeing corporate-style business models emerge as private players pour in funds for big returns.


Subhash Chandra
January 5, 2011
A churn is imminent in the satellite TV business, writes Zee Entertainment's chairman, as broadcasters would be expected to adapt to consumer needs to be more appealing.


Tanvi Varma/Money Today
November 25, 2010
Replacement of the benchmark prime lending rate (BPLR) for banks with base rate, on 1 July 2010. It is the rate below which the banks cannot lend.


Mudar Patherya
December 11, 2007
Ignored by the stock markets in 2007, Essel Propack — the largest lamitube manufacturer in the world — has found its way out of the woods. You cannot possibly find a cheaper global play.


Shamni Pande
June 22, 2010
The STAR Network of channels says it has emerged the largest in India, for the first time. But the big breakthrough will be if Rupert Murdoch's Indian operations can lead the country's media and entertainment pack. He's getting there, fast.


Shamni Pande
February 2, 2010
Packaging is the latest area that is seeing a raft of patent registrations by corporate India.


Anusha Subramanian
August 19, 2009
Zee’s advertising revenues are falling sharply, but its top brass is counting on a huge burst in subscription revenues in the medium term.


www.businesstoday.in
May 21, 2009
While India’s Global Powerhouses offers an interesting collection of business experiences, it fails to examine why Indian firms are unable to become truly global players, says Gita Piramal.


Shamni Pande
October 30, 2008
What has worked in communication, and what has not? Here’s a sampling of some choice servings of the sublime and the ridiculous.


T.V. Mahalingam
September 4, 2008
It’s not just in aviation or automobiles that businessmen are seeking out low-cost solutions. From housing to gyms, from entertainment to banking, a clutch of canny entrepreneurs is seeing big opportunity at the lower rungs of the proverbial pyramid. T.V. Mahalingam reports.


Shamni Pande
August 6, 2008
The television distribution business is no longer a tangled mess like the cable wires criss-crossing cities. Investments are flowing in, and big operators are gobbling up last mile players in a bid to consolidate.


www.businesstoday.in
July 9, 2008
DTH players are bleeding, but the wannabes aren’t worried.


Shamni Pande
November 27, 2007
By the time this magazine hits the stands, Subhash Chandra’s Indian Cricket League would have showcased its debut Twenty20 match in Panchkula (Chandigarh), with Chandigarh Lions squaring off against Delhi Jets.


By Pallavi Srivastava
November 12, 2007
Mumbai champs, Chandigarh Lions, Chennai Super Stars, Delhi Jets, Hyderabad Heroes and Kolkata Tigers. These are the names of the six teams that the Essel Group-promoted Indian Cricket League (ICL) has readied for a 20-20 tournament to be held at Chandigarh later this month.


By Anand Adhikari
October 17, 2007
The biggest and the most credible domestic rating agency in India, CRISIL—owned by Standard & Poor’s—has sounded alarm bells for India Inc. CRISIL’s new-found concerns are two-fold.


Anand Adhikari
August 29, 2007
Few marketers can afford to ignore the non-metros, but there are those who are seeing the virtues of starting with the small towns. The big cities can wait.


By Deepti Khanna Bose
August 29, 2007
An Essel Group venture pursues digital cinema.


By Shamni Pande
August 17, 2007
Dishtv's set-top box is compatible with a PC and a TV.


By Anusha Subramanian
July 17, 2007
Maverick entrepreneur Subhash Chandra has tossed his son, Punit Goenka, into the deepest end of the Zee broadcasting empire. The 33-year-old is beginning to deliver, in his own way.


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