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Tejeesh N.S. Behl
October 14, 2008
What can go wrong? they asked last year. Well, this year, what hasn’t gone wrong? Result: fewer foreign tourists are visiting India this year.


Anusha Subramanian
October 16, 2008
Movies may be the biggest part of UTV’s portfolio, but founder-chairman & CEO Ronnie Screwvala has also turned the spotlight on television, gaming and the digital medium. Screwvala has believed in multiple revenue streams and is close to achieving his goal of making UTV a 360 degree media company even as it grows at 100 per cent a year, reports Anusha Subramanian.


www.businesstoday.in
October 16, 2008
The job market has taken the biggest downturn in the past eight quarters.


Team BT
October 2, 2008
The six start-up women chosen by BT this year are beacons of hope for thousands of women- and men?-who have similar dreams but lack a role model or simply need a prod to get going.


www.businesstoday.in
October 2, 2008
The 25 most powerful women had better watch out—they have some serious competition snapping at their heels. The Rising Stars range from the CEO of a foreign bank to legal eagles and marketing whiz-kids.


Tejeesh N.S. Behl
September 30, 2008
Who were IPL’s most, and least, valuable players? A BT-Vertebrand study answers this vexed question for the first time.


T.V. Mahalingam
September 18, 2008
Rather than being a drag on its performance, TCS’s 100,000-plus workforce could prove to be its trump card.


Anand Adhikari
September 18, 2008
After five years of breakneck growth, ICICI Bank eases its foot off the pedal.


Rahul Sachitanand
September 18, 2008
After enduring a tough couple of years, hardware giant Dell India is set to become both the fastest geography within the company and fastest tech MNC in the country to cross $1 billion in revenues. Can it make the good times last? Rahul Sachitanand tells us how the company re-invented itself in India.


Shamni Pande
September 18, 2008
Whirlpool, written off as a has-been till as recently as five years ago, has scripted a remarkable comeback.


Nitya Varadarajan
September 18, 2008
With the stock markets going nowhere, ULIP schemes are struggling. ULIP corpus has taken a hit, but don’t get out of it in a hurry. We tell you why and how to stay up for the long-term.


Rishi Joshi
September 4, 2008
The latest GDP growth figures for the first quarter of the current financial year reveal that it has grown by just 7.9 per cent. CMIE says GDP will grow at 9 per cent this year. Others peg it much lower. So, what’s the right answer?


Rachna Monga
September 4, 2008
As valuations take a beating, a number of companies, big and small, are being forced to tweak their fund-raising plans.


Anand Adhikari
September 4, 2008
The buzzword at the country’s second-largest bank, which became famous for its scorching growth rates, is ‘measured growth’, a euphemism for losing steam. Here’s what prompted ICICI Bank’s strategic shift. Anand Adhikari reports.


Manu Kaushik
September 4, 2008
With the stock markets meandering sideways, investors are turning to balanced funds.


T.V. Mahalingam
August 18, 2008
Mumbai might be the maximum city with most people surveyed voting for it as the best city to do business in, but it’s among the toughest cities to live in.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
August 18, 2008
Prices of precious metals such as silver and platinum have kept pace with gold. Should you invest in them?


www.businesstoday.in
August 6, 2008
An India that's home to 30 of Fortune 100 companies, the world’s largest pool of technically-trained manpower, and Nobel Prize winners in arts, science and literature? That’s management guru C.K. Prahalad’s dream for India@75, and he’s got a plan how to get there. A Business Today exclusive.


Rishi Joshi
August 5, 2008
In a wobbly stock market, look for companies that have delivered decent results this earnings season.


Kapil Bajaj
July 22, 2008
Handicraft retailer Fabindia is turning thousands of its supplier-artisans into shareholders in a unique experiment that seeks to empower and enrich some of India’s poorest people. \"Supplier-region companies\" set up across India by the Rs 260-crore retailer are part of this ambitious programme. Kapil Bajaj reports.


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