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Suman Layak
August 6, 2009
US MNCs whose Indian operations get sucked into the country’s flagrant vortex of corruption can get into big trouble back home.


Rahul Sachitanand
July 1, 2009
With Nusli Wadia in complete control of Britannia, the premier biscuit maker is better placed to beat back a host of competitors and regain lost ground, writes Rahul Sachitanand.


Shalini S. Dagar
May 28, 2009
India’s biggest conglomerates feel the pain after an adventurous bout of mergers & acquisitions in the boom times.


www.businesstoday.in
April 2, 2009
Plethico Pharma has used acquisitions to foray into new markets—and into a high-growth area of medicine.


www.businesstoday.in
April 2, 2009
Overseas acquisitions have helped Bartronics scale up from being a local player to one that’s bagging bigger-ticket international projects.


www.businesstoday.in
April 2, 2009
United Phosphorus has made 26 acquisitions in 15 years— and in most of them it has recovered the investment made in three years.


Virendra Verma
March 5, 2009
The robustness of Larsen & Toubro’s core business of engineering & construction helps it counter the tough times. Plus, it has newer growth engines that are revving up.


E. Kumar Sharma
January 8, 2009
With a fiction to the tune of over Rs 7,000 crore on account of fraud in terms of the overstatement of revenue, profit, and cash on hand, the Satyam fiasco is now being seen as the largest scandal in the history of corporate India. E Kumar Sharma reports.We're commited to serve: Mynampati  'There is some connivance in Satyam fraud' 'Set up management team for Satyam'  Satyam fraud shameful: Prem Chand Gupta  Satyam chief Raju resigns The myth of corporate governanceCorporate goverance: The strange case of SatyamCorporate goverance: Get up, stand up


Rachna Monga
November 13, 2008
The global credit crunch has sent yesterday’s outbound heroes scurrying for funds to close their billion-dollar M&A transactions. India Inc.’s cross-border action has ebbed, for now.


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.


Krishna Gopalan
March 31, 2008
As recession in the US takes its toll of global markets, an eerie hush prevails on D-street unlike around this time when last year, India Inc. was basking in the glow of cross-border conquests. Deal makers and merchant bankers haven't been so idle in a long time. BT's Krishna Gopalan reports.


Krishna Gopalan
March 17, 2008
Jain Irrigation Systems is the second-largest drip irrigation company in the world and one of the largest suppliers of ducting to telcos globally. The stock of Jain Irrigation Systems rose from Rs 411.10 on February 28, 2007, when Chidambaram presented his first “pro-farmer” Budget, to Rs 612.8 on March 13, 2008, a fortnight after the second such Budget. Now, it’s eyeing revenues of $1 billion. BT's Krishna Gopalan reports.


Clifford Alvares and Mahesh Nayak
December 25, 2007
Events that rocked the business world—or just made head honchos sit up and take notice.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2007
Vijay Mallya acquired Air Deccan, Arun Sarin dialled into India, K.P. Singh launched India’s biggest IPO.


Krishna Gopalan
December 23, 2007
At 31, Aditya Mittal already helps run the world's biggest steel empire. But his best is yet to come.


By E. Kumar Sharma & Nitya Varadarajan
September 11, 2007
Apollo Group's BPO makes its fourth acquisition.


By Mahesh Nayak
September 11, 2007
Strikes five deals worth $840 million in 12 months.


By Rahul Sachitanand
August 30, 2007
As scale becomes critical, the bigger BPOs are bulking up by buying captives and other smaller outfits. And like in IT, the top three companies may become the dominant force.


By Kapil Bajaj
August 29, 2007
Legrand makes India the \"epicentre\" of its growth plans.


By Mahesh Nayak
August 29, 2007
By helping some of India's mega-corporations make global-size acquisitions and raise billions through public issues, deal makers are making hay. In the first half of 2007, the top 10 investment banks collected some $441 million in fees. The going can only get better.


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