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By Rishi Joshi
October 18, 2007
Sitting in his Chennai office, Rafeeque Ahmad, Chairman, Farida Group, a leather shoe exporter, is a worried man. The appreciation of the rupee against the dollar has severely eroded the profit margins of his company, forcing him to contemplate drastic measures like reducing his workforce.


www.businesstoday.in
October 17, 2007
When he announced his decision to resign as the CEO of Infosys in April this year, many people expected Nandan Nilekani, 52, to step away from the spotlight.


By Pallavi Srivastava
October 17, 2007
After capturing a huge chunk of the outsourced financial services market, traditional IT services companies are now gunning for the healthcare and pharmaceuticals segment—the largest industry in the US and the second-largest outsourcer after financial services.


Shalini S. Dagar
October 16, 2007
Even as overseas funds continue to rush into India, Indians themselves are wondering what is happening to the economy?


www.businesstoday.in
October 4, 2007
Consumers always hunt for bargains and switch brands faster than they hit store shelves. It is a brave task to stand apart. Our fourth annual listing of best marketers brings a list of marketers who know consmers the best.


By Rahul Sachitanand
September 21, 2007
As people pressures have intensified (Infosys’s attrition went up by 2 per cent to 13.7 per cent in the first quarter of 2007-08), the IT industry is beginning to expand the breadth of its hiring to include plain vanilla science, commerce and humanities grads.


www.businesstoday.in
October 8, 2014
Kris Gopalakrishnan, the last of Infosys founders, leaves


By T.V. Mahalingam
September 11, 2007
A US slowdown may be an opportunity for Infosys.


By Pallavi Srivastava
September 10, 2007
The tremors caused by the US subprime crisis has hit Indian shores, buffeting sections of the Indian BPO industry.


By Rishi Joshi
September 10, 2007
Delhi's two best-known B-schools, FMS and IIFT, have dropped in our rankings. But that's not because they have gotten any worse; it's just that their competitors have become better.


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 Venkatesha Babu and Rahul Sachitanand
August 30, 2007
Indian IT went from $5 billion to near $50 billion in just a decade. But growth hereon will need vastly different strategies.


www.businesstoday.in
August 30, 2007
The 4th quarterly Business Today-TeamLease Employment Outlook Survey shows that the bullishness of the previous three quarters has remained constant.


By Rishi Joshi
August 30, 2007
After a successful 29-year stint with hp, the 63-year-old Suresh Rajpal, former President and CEO of Hewlett-Packard India has floated a string of new ventures with mixed results.


www.businesstoday.in
December 18, 2011
Companies that changed India


Venkatesha Babu & Rahul Sachitanand
August 27, 2007
In less than two years, Wipro’s Azim Premji has snapped up 11 different companies, mostly abroad. Why is the tech czar in a tearing hurry? It’s all part of his grand plan to make the soaps-to-software Wipro a truly global corporation, write Venkatesha Babu and Rahul Sachitanand.


www.businesstoday.in
August 17, 2007
The number of people who left the top four IT firms-TCS, Infosys Technologies, Wipro and Satyam Computer Services-in the first quarter of 2007-08 are 10,000. To know more of such interesting numbers read on.


By Deepti Khanna Bose
August 17, 2007
The India story seems to be going good for PAUL WHITTAKER as it's not every day that foreign companies declare their preference for India over China.


www.businesstoday.in
July 1, 2011
India's Best CFOs


By Rahul Sachitanand
August 17, 2007
While the data security vs workplace privacy debate rages on, bt tells you how to safeguard your interest when you sign on the dotted line.


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