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Team BT
New Delhi, September 3, 2018
Women are not just rising up the corporate ladder; they are making a huge impact at the grassroots too.


Team BT
New Delhi, February 6, 2018
Pursue an interest other than work, and you could reap immediate and long-term gains.


Sarika Malhotra
September 22, 2016
As women are climbing up the corporate ladder and impacting their business and society like never before, selecting them is getting even tougher.


Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, September 17, 2016
The financial sector in India boasts of some of the more high-profile women CEOs and other C-suite executives. It is also the sector where women first broke through the glass ceiling.


By Sarika Malhotra
Delhi, November 21, 2016
In the mid-1970s, when women started pursuing professional education - engineering, accountancy, business administration - outlooks changed and it progressively started to change things on the ground.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, March 25, 2015
Several listed companies have started appointing woman directors on their Boards following the warning given by the capital market regulator, which had set April 1 as the deadline.


Manu Kaushik
August 30, 2014
Today, women chairpersons in India broadly fall under one of three brackets: those who come from the founding family, first-generation entrepreneurs, and professionals including India heads of multinational companies, such as HSBC India's Naina Lal Kidwai.


Alokesh bhattacharyya
August 29, 2012
Personal accounts of 50 of India's \"wise\" men and women - the country's biggest corporate leaders. Each one of them writes about the advice that worked for them. What is important to note is that they chose which advice they wanted to follow, and profited from it.


www.businesstoday.in
August 28, 2012
Piramal Group Chairman Ajay Piramal says he got the best advice from the Bhagwad Gita which advocates the concept of Trusteeship.


www.businesstoday.in
August 28, 2012
Anil Gupta, Joint MD, Havells India says the advice given by his father is inspired by the Bhagwad Gita and has helped him during crises.


Geetanjali Shukla
November 11, 2011
Ajay Gopikrishna Piramal has not done much with the cash pile of he got as part-payment, when he sold his company's formulations business to the US-based Abbott Lab. While one wonders reasons behind the inaction, Business Today learns that he has set up three strategy groups to look for business opportunities.


www.businesstoday.in
September 29, 2011
R.S. Agarwal, Joint Chairman, Emami Group of Companies admires J.R.D. Tata.


Gita Piramal
January 4, 1998
The signals are ominous. As a BT-Gallup MBA Survey of corporate India reveals, the Indian business house faces powerful threats that may erode its historical strengths. Is the pessimism about their future justified? Or is it unfounded? An assessment.


www.businesstoday.in
October 9, 2010
This book offers plenty of clues to the sort of person Ratan Tata would like as his successor, writes Gita Piramal.


www.businesstoday.in
February 16, 2010
A pick of books, courses, and experts on family business.


Dr Gita Piramal
February 16, 2010
The social mores in India are geared towards protecting the family business.


Rohit Saran
March 7, 2010
Today's young inheritors of business-a large number of whom have taken guard in the past one year as the 3rd or 4th generation of their family businesses-are faced with unprecedented opportunities.


www.businesstoday.in
December 11, 2009
A global downturn, job cuts, shrinking markets— and you haven't been reading? Whether you are a busy CEO or a trainee manager, here's a nutrient-rich spread of business classics. Here are top-selling business books of the five leading publishing houses, not listed in the order of sales.


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.


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