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E. Kumar Sharma
April 16, 2009
Can the credibility—and the prospects—of the Maytas companies improve if Ramalinga Raju’s sons continue to be at the helm of their operations?


www.businesstoday.in
March 5, 2009
This is Business Today’s Third Annual Listing of hottest start-ups and, pretty much like the two previous lists in 2007 and 2008, this listing is also completely subjective.


E. Kumar Sharma
August 19, 2008
In a country where quotas are ubiquitous, many students from poor households in Andhra Pradesh are getting their share of the higher-education pie purely on merit basis—thanks to a unique programme that aims to \"poverty-proof\" them. A report by E. Kumar Sharma. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas: Schools of hope


E. Kumar Sharma
August 19, 2008
A slew of big-ticket investments in Orissa is transforming its capital from a sleepy tourist town to a glitzy business destination.


Manu Kaushik
July 22, 2008
Out of the eight finalists who made it to the presentation round of the TiE-Canaan Entrepreneurial Challenge, three emerged ultimate winners. Check them out.


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


N. Madhavan
June 23, 2008
Many executives are using the shorter PGPX/PGPEX programmes at IIM-A and IIM-C as their stepping stones to life-changing mid-life career switches.


Kapil Bajaj
May 27, 2008
In its otherwise dismal track record in education, the Government of India’s Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas are proving to be the passport out of poverty for thousands of underprivileged children. BT's Kapil Bajaj talks to some of the alumni. In slideshow: Success stories from JNV


www.businesstoday.in
April 29, 2008
From a long list of names, we finally picked 10 that stood out for the uniqueness of their businesses or rapid growth. Our second annual listing of the most happening young ventures.


www.businesstoday.in
April 15, 2008
Business Today’s league of extraordinary managers—25 young guns, aged 40 or under, who are blazing a trail up the corporate ladder.


www.businesstoday.in
April 1, 2008
The most innovative companies don't do different things, they just do things differently. And that seems to make all the difference.


www.businesstoday.in
March 17, 2008
It was a bizarre sight by all accounts. More than 50 foreigners, expat executives to be precise, were zipping around Bangalore in autorickshaws as they tried to complete a long list of ‘tasks’—ranging from making a chain of flowers to hugging a goat. Inquisitive onlookers were told: “This is a scavenger hunt.” The hunt and more such endeavours are part of the Bangalore Expatriate Club’s idea of letting the good times roll in a foreign land.


E. Kumar Sharma
February 5, 2008
In an industry that is barely 12 years old in India, a new breed of microfinance entrepreneurs has emerged on the scene, armed with management techniques and technology, and a burning desire to get big quickly. 7 Indian Microfinance Institutions in Forbes' 50 listGod of small credit - Vikram Akula


www.businesstoday.in
February 4, 2008
The Hyderabad-based Indian School of Business (ISB), which he co-founded in 2001, has been ranked #20 in the FT-Global B-School rankings.


Tejeesh N.S. Behl and Rahul Sachitanand
November 26, 2007
The auditorium of Mumbai’s Welingkar Institute of Management filled to capacity to watch the brightest B-school minds from the West Zone battle it out for a spot in the finals of the national B-school challenge.


By Mahesh Nayak
October 4, 2007
With a market value of Rs 29,000 crore and a net worth of Rs 8,000 crore, the eight-year-old Indiabulls group has sky-high ambitions. Property development and consumer finance are the current thrust areas. Retailing, insurance, banking, mutual funds, power and telecom are on the cards.


By E. Kumar Sharma
September 24, 2007
The excitement and glamour of advertising is luring professionals from the unlikeliest of fields. Dumping their “safe” jobs and (often) better remunerations, doctors, IT consultants, hospitality industry professionals and rural marketers are all heading to the organised chaos of advertising.


By Pallavi Srivastava
September 11, 2007
B-schools are no longer content with just producing MBAs and are now actively grooming those with entrepreneurial talents.


Anand Adhikari
August 16, 2007
Two of the state's industry-friendly cities, Ahmedabad and Surat, climb up the rankings in the Best Cities for Business survey. That may have something to do with Chief Minister Narendra Modi's avowed goal of achieving economic growth in the state that's even faster than that of China. 


By R. Sridharan
August 13, 2007
He gave India its first world-class business school and now its only public health foundation. What makes McKinsey's Rajat Gupta a social entrepreneur and the only Global Indian(-American) of his kind?


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