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BusinessToday.In
July 13, 2018
A day after entering the $100 billion m-cap club, RIL stock continued its rally on Friday to breach the 7 lakh crore market valuation.


Ajita Shashidhar
New Delhi, May 28, 2018
With e-commerce poised for exponential growth in India, the country is fast emerging as the new battleground for global retail giants. Can local players withstand the onslaught?


P.B. Jayakumar
New Delhi, April 30, 2018
Drug companies are moving up the value chain, transforming into complex generic manufacturers with high end R&D facilities.


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, April 30, 2018
From more stringent safety and emission norms to a bigger fundamental shift towards electric vehicles, the fast growing Indian automobile industry is staring at an unprecedented churn.


Venkatesha Babu
New Delhi, April 16, 2018
In a little over three years, Lisa Su, 48, President and CEO of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), has changed the fortunes of the semiconductor company that develops computer processors and related technologies for business and consumer markets.


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, April 12, 2018
The findings of a global survey, which forms part of the report, say that 74 percent of the 1000 plus respondents from 105 countries think policies supporting the free flow of goods and investment contribute to global food security and nutrition.


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, April 11, 2018
At its peak in 2011-12, its sales touched 74,527 units. It has been a downward slide ever since despite repeated attempts at propping it up including giving it a full facelift with the GenX Nano replete with an automatic transmission in 2015.


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, April 2, 2018
Trump administration's inward looking policies could be threatening to rewrite the rules of the global trade game, but it is unlikely to flare out into a full blown trade war, says Professor Manoj Pant, director of the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), New Delhi.


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, April 2, 2018
India's biggest distressed asset investor, Rashesh Shah of Edelweiss Group, has accumulated the largest pile of bad loans - over Rs 90,000 crore. Will his gambit succeed?


Raj Chengappa
March 10, 2018
French President Emmanuel Macron says he wants India to be one of the key partners in the region, and a credible partner, in terms of security, in order to have \"liberty of sovereignty\".


Jigar Pathak
New Delhi, March 5, 2018
Rising yields mean bond fund portfolios will be under pressure for a considerable time period.


Dr Mark Britnell
New Delhi, February 28, 2018
Dr Mark Britnell, Chairman and Partner of the Global Health Practice of international consultancy firm KPMG, considers his recent visit to India, his 22th, the most exciting one for a single reason


Venkatesha Babu
New Delhi, February 12, 2018
Unisys Corporation, the Pennsylvania, USA, headquartered company, along with IBM was the original mainframe champion before mainframes became largely redundant.


PTI
February 3, 2018



Dr Leena Srivastava
New Delhi, December 30, 2017
It is right in arguing that the developing world, including India, needs to be compensated for the developmental opportunities lost on account of excessive consumption by the now developed world.


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, December 11, 2017
India's largest automobile player, Tata Motors, is under siege. The next six months will decide the success of CEO Guenter Butschek's turnaround strategy.


Anilesh S Mahajan
November 14, 2017
The 'Quad' is back to lock horns with China and is already creating a furore. A regional coalition, the quadrilateral formation includes Japan, India, the United States and Australia.


Goutam Das
New Delhi, November 13, 2017
Francisco DSouza, CEO of IT services major Cognizant, still writes code. There is a reason. \"Not because I'm billable but because you got to know,\" he says. The world of technology services is changing and employees are in an era of \"life-long learning\". If they don't learn, they become obsolete. DSouza, however, remains an optimist. He tells Business Today's Goutam Das that the demand for technologists and services work is not ebbing despite automation and a growing chorus of protection in key markets for Indian IT.


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, November 13, 2017
India's automakers will have to make a lot of effort to survive the coming electric vehicle revolution.


Prosenjit Datta
New Delhi, October 30, 2017
Will CEO Satya Nadella's game plan work?


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