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May 14, 2009
Chrysler, the fabled US carmaker, has many firsts to its credit. Will it survive its second brush with death?


Virendra Verma
April 16, 2009
The commencement of gas supply from RIL’s finds is set to re-energise India’s fertiliser industry, hitherto hobbled by costly feedstock and subsidies.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
March 19, 2009
Steep airport charges in India are keeping air fares inordinately high at a time when airlines are fighting a downturn.


Shamni Pande
March 5, 2009
In businesses, big or small, ranging from manufacturing to music, the fight for intellectual property is getting intense. Neglect it and you could be out of business.


Anand Adhikari and Rachna Monga
December 11, 2008
T.S. Narayanasami is the man with the Midas touch. After working his magic at a couple of other public sector banks, Narayanasami has succeeded in taking Bank of India to the top of the heap in the BT-KPMG Best Banks study. Here’s how.


www.businesstoday.in
November 27, 2008
Can the ‘King of Good Times’ survive the turbulence in the current aviation downturn? In an exclusive interview that started well past midnight and continued for over two hours at his residence on Delhi’s tony Sardar Patel Marg, Mallya shed light on what has been dragging Kingfisher down and how he will get the airline flying high again.


Anumeha Chaturvedi
November 13, 2008
If your idea of fitness is learning how to deliver an effective kick to the groin, try Krav Maga.


www.businesstoday.in
October 30, 2008
The teaming up of Kingfisher and Jet was the outcome of the extremely difficult times the Indian aviation industry is passing through. But, it raises fears of a monopoly. Has the deal created a cartel that will leave passengers in the lurch? If so, which regulatory body is entitled to look into all the aspects of the deal? We try to answer these questions.


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.


Supriya Newar
October 30, 2008
In the midst of the Himalayas, South Asia’s last kingdom has withstood the test of time to preserve its stunning natural beauty. Supriya Newar discovers Bhutan.


Kushan Mitra
October 16, 2008
Buffeted by the financial services meltdown and competition from other locations, the Indian BPO industry is facing its toughest challenge. Kushan Mitra goes into the details.


Team BT
October 2, 2008
They span generations and are there in every field, from biscuits to banking, from HR to hospitals. Denied entry into a male bastion, they create another industry. They are the most powerful women in the corporate world.


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.


Somnath Dasgupta
September 18, 2008
As the Tata Motors drama plays out, should West Bengal worry over future investments?


www.businesstoday.in
June 27, 2008
Some facts about other management schools in India.


Anand Adhikari
June 25, 2008
After years of working in the sizeable shadow of Bajaj Auto, Rahul Bajaj’s younger son Sanjiv strides out on his own into the high-growth world of financial services.


Anumeha Chaturvedi
June 24, 2008
Madonna and Monica Belluci swear by this machine and so does Shah Rukh Khan. And there’s no denying that those women (and the guy) are rather fit.We met up with Guus Van Der Meer, the man who invented the Power Plate,to find out how to use it for best results.


www.businesstoday.in
June 9, 2008
Think of how hard your back works every day. Even if your job involves sitting at a desk, your back is constantly on the move— bending up and down, swaying sideto-side, twisting and turning. These, and other activities, can lead to back pain. Here’s how you can avoid it.


Nitya Varadarajan
May 12, 2008
India Inc is waking up to nanotechnology, and this promises to change the way you live—whether by arresting the biological ageing process or curing diseases, such as cancer, diabetes and HIV-AIDS, or even bringing out the best from shampoos and airconditioners. A report by Nitya Varadarajan.


Rishi Joshi
April 16, 2008
The statutory body, which is supposed to regulate higher education in the country, is a sclerotic, bureaucratic organisation that is, instead, vitiating the atmosphere of technical education in India. In the past, it has been often accused of approving institutions with questionable credentials even as some of India's premier institutes have found it difficult to gain recognition. Rishi Joshi reports.


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