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May 1, 2008
It’s a great time to be a home buyer in the US. Housing prices in key states are down 15-20 per cent, and if more banks continue to report losses, then prices could fall some more.


Arnab Mitra and N. Madhavan
May 1, 2008
Steel and cement prices have appreciated over the last six months and led to runaway inflation. The government has alleged that companies in these sectors have formed cartels to keep prices high. How justified is the government angst? Or rather, is it a combination of factors that have conspired to push up prices? BT’s Arnab Mitra and N. Madhavan find out.


Tejeesh N.S. Behl
May 1, 2008
Developers are fighting hard to hold their prices, while buyers are betting on a fall. Here's the thing: real estate prices will correct, but you can rule out a crash.


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November 21, 2020
Corporate India's net profit grows 46% in September quarter


T.V. Mahalingam
May 1, 2008
By judiciously growing markets, nibbling away at shares, creating new growth engines and going international, Marico has been able to do something few FMCG companies have been able to pull off—21 per cent cumulative average growth over the last five years. BT's T.V. Mahalingam tells us the success story.


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November 16, 2020
Household financial savings jump to 21.4% of GDP in Q1


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November 5, 2020
Is Indian economy on road to recovery?


Anand Adhikari
April 30, 2008
Armed with deep pockets and distinguished brands, some of India’s biggest mega-corps are diversifying away from their flagship businesses. Synergies do exist in most cases, but do some of these promoters run the risk of spreading themselves too thin? BT's Anand Adhikari finds out.


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April 17, 2008
Diplomacy is nothing but war by other means. This principle, first propounded in the Mahabharata, gained popular acceptance across the world after it was incorporated in Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli’s “realist” political treatise, The Prince.


Shamni Pande
April 16, 2008
Rising inflation will hurt some consumers for sure, but consumption per se is growing, thanks to the wider affluence a strong economy is creating.


Rishi Joshi
April 16, 2008
A stronger rupee is hurting exports and it may hurt some more. But total exports may still rise by 25-30 per cent this year.


Rishi Joshi
April 16, 2008
Jobs are being lost in some sectors, but a variety of others is creating new ones, besides which salaries are rising handsomely.


Shalini S. Dagar
April 16, 2008
These are extraordinary times, not just for India but the whole world. At no time before in world history has inflation and economic downturn combined to create a “caught-between-ice-and-fire” situation. In India, rising inflation coupled with a moderating economy does signal a cyclical slowdown, but the country’s long-term growth story is still intact. An analysis by BT's Shalini S. Dagar.


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April 16, 2008
Retail and telecom perk up, while IT, ITES and manufacturing slacken, reveals the seventh quarterly BT-TeamLease Employment Outlook Survey.


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September 9, 2020
This economic indicator contracted 5.6% in July; respite unlikely in August either


www.businesstoday.in
September 1, 2020
India on the brink of 5th recession: How different is it from past downturns?


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April 2, 2008
John Cushman is still bullish on Indian real estate.


www.businesstoday.in
April 1, 2008
The fortnight’s burning question. Is the Indian Economy heading for a slowdown?


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April 1, 2008
A hefty stock price climb and revenue upturn later, PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi has been handed a massive pay hike. In her first full year in charge, the Chennai-born Nooyi, 53, got paid $14.74 million, more than double the $6.3 million she earned in 2006 as PepsiCo’s CFO.


K. R. Balasubramanyam
March 19, 2008
India has traditionally been a tea drinking market. But over the last decade, coffee has made steady inroads into the popular consciousness. It is fast emerging as the beverage of choice for a larger number of the GenNext consumers, and a number of home-grown entrepreneurs is riding this trend to fame and fortune. BT's K. R. Balasubramanyam finds out.


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