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Rohit Saran, Kushan Mitra and Shankkar Aiyar
August 19, 2009
In a freewheeling chat, Nikesh Arora explains what Google really stands for, whether it’s feeding on profits of other businesses and why he loves being a Googler.

Rahul Sachitanand & Saumya Bhattacharya
August 6, 2009
There’s a growing demand for IT experts to address environmental concerns.

Paul B. Carroll & Chunka Mui
August 6, 2009
Lessons from the most inexcusable business failures of the past 25 years.

Dhiman Chattopadhyay
July 21, 2009
‘Bottom-of-the-pyramid’ Indians own more cellphones than radios since they find it better suited for both work and play, finds a study.

Rachna M. Koppikar
July 21, 2009
He used a combination of timing and talent to build a powerhouse. He’s got plenty going for him. Can he make the big leap to take on mightier competitors? Rachna M. Koppikar tells more.

Rahul Sachitanand
July 13, 2009
Nandan Nilekani makes the move from the most prestigious position at India’s most prestigious company to bagging his most prestigious and challenging contract yet. Rahul Sachitanand tells more.

Vivek Mishra
July 8, 2009
Whether GST is implemented in 2010 or gets delayed further, the momentum seems to be building irreversibly towards its introduction. This would be by far the biggest story on the indirect tax front.
July 3, 2009
The Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) has been the chief investigation arm of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs during the Satyam scam investigation now underway.
June 30, 2009
The beauty of social media is that there are no hard and fast rules to go by. Instead, there definitely are conventions to follow and traps to avoid in order to fully leverage the medium to your company’s advantage and keep you out of trouble. Here are a few tips.

Kushan Mitra
June 26, 2009
From Facebook to LinkedIn, Twitter to Orkut, corporates are beginning to use various forms of social media to reach out to consumers, employees and partners, writes Kushan Mitra.

N. Madhavan
June 13, 2009
Focussing on growth when it should have been working on consolidation cost Subhiksha its business. Can it make a comeback?

Rahul Sachitanand and Kushan Mitra
May 30, 2009
Global downturn is forcing a restructuring in the BPO sector. Here is what will separate winners from losers.

Arvind Virmani
May 28, 2009
Inefficiency in public spending is one of the biggest and most persistent problems plaguing governance in the country. Arvind Virmani offers a way out: creation of a numeric ID and a web-based database that can be accessed by all and hence easily verifiable.
May 28, 2009
Cellphone data was used in a recent case to pinpoint the location of an accused during a crime. Can such data be used as evidence?
May 21, 2009
He lives in the now, in technology’s golden summer, a world in which slick, powerful gadgets complement every aspect of our lives. Whether at home, work or play, Digital Man is on the leading edge—he’s slick, fully-loaded and immaculately informed.

Rohit Saran
May 17, 2009
Information technology, or simply it. On college campuses, these two words have been a source of ambition and aspiration. On stock markets, they have symbolised wealth creation. In Indian industry, they have represented the very best in new entrepreneurship.

Kushan Mitra
April 30, 2009
If Indian IT services gets its act together, it could grow by six times by 2020. That’s a big if.

Rahul Sachitanand
April 30, 2009
Stifled by a lack of growth and frozen hikes, many youngsters have turned entrepreneurs. While talent and real estate are going cheap, funding is scarce and gun-shy investors are taking longer to firm up their plans. Will these greenhorn entrepreneurs survive?

N. Madhavan
April 30, 2009
A downturn augurs well for start-ups, and a number of engineering and B-school graduates are grabbing this opportunity.

N. Madhavan
April 16, 2009
Just past the 17 rows of machines that build the printed circuit boards and affix microphones, speakers and cameras into a steady stream of mobile handsets, a crude cardboard instrument resembling a clock catches your eye. It’s the most low-tech thing at Nokia’s manufacturing facility in Sriperumbudur near Chennai.  Nokia’s success in India is not restricted to the market—it has set up a world-class production facility, too.

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