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N. Madhavan
December 10, 2009
Though the decade began with a bug scare and ended with a scandal and a slowdown, positive events were plentiful through the first 10 years of 21st century. BT identifies 10 milestone events, and what they meant.


Rachna M. Koppikar
October 29, 2009
A clutch of CEOs resorted to pay cuts in a tough year. Not all head honchos, however, were in such a Spartan state of mind.


Virendra Verma
October 7, 2009
R. Mukundan, who took over at the helm of Tata Chemicals when the global credit crisis was peaking, has been able to pull off something many CEOs have been unable to: Manage global acquisitions made in boom times.


Anand P. Raman
August 19, 2009
How the global slowdown is reshaping competition from emerging markets.


Rachna M. Koppikar
May 30, 2009
The recent run-up in stock prices notwithstanding, a host of Indian promoters has little choice but to either sell assets or equity to survive the downturn.


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 30, 2009
As various company boards meet to finish their audited accounts, three items are definitely going to be on their agenda apart from the financial results: foreign exchange losses, derivatives losses and impairment of assets (or goodwill).


Anand Adhikari
February 5, 2009
Close to half of the cream of India Inc. prefers to have lesser-known auditors.


Rajiv Rao
December 25, 2008
Industry observers say that India Inc. is in much worse shape than it currently appears. Bloated with debt and hobbled by a severe slowdown, Indian firms need rapid cash generation.


Manu Kaushik
November 27, 2008
The market meltdown has cleaned up nearly 60 per cent of investor wealth. How are investors trying to cope with their losses? We take a look.


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.


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.


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.


www.businesstoday.in
March 1, 2008
Strong domestic demand for steel has led to both greenfield and brownfield capacity expansions, making India the fifth-largest crude steel producer in the world.


Anand Adhikari
December 24, 2007
He is the flagbearer of the Birla name, and also a commodities czar on the rise.


www.businesstoday.in
January 1, 1970
Top ten highest paid professional executives


By Amit Mukherjee
October 5, 2007
With the BSE sensex soaring past 17,000, the market is on a roll. Predicting where it will go seems to be futile as foreign inflows continue to prop up the stock market.


By Rahul Sachitanand
September 24, 2007
Listings are horribly hard to put together. This one is more so. For one, how does one measure power? For another, when there are so many talented and successful women in Indian business, how does one zero in on the 25 most powerful? The first question is relatively easy to answer.


By Mahesh Nayak
August 31, 2007
With new industries and businesses taking off, the war for top management talent has pushed CEO salaries to record levels. But the fact is, not every CEO is getting paid obscenely and certainly not as much as what some CEOs in the US take home.


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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