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E. Kumar Sharma
December 25, 2008
BT takes a close look at sectors across the economy, noting the big events and placing on record the expectations for 2009.


Anand Adhikari
September 16, 2008
ITC, Godrej and the Essar Group are among a host of new corporate hedgers, and many of them have actually taken up memberships on domestic bourses like the MCX and NCDEX. Why are they getting into this slippery terrain? A report by Anand Adhikari.


www.businesstoday.in
June 25, 2008
Naresh Goyal may be the poster boy of India’s post-reforms civil aviation industry, but the last year has not been a great one for him.


www.businesstoday.in
May 13, 2008
Several low-fare carriers are advertising fares as low as Rs 0 (GoAir), but when you book a ticket, you discover that you end up paying Rs 2,350 as fuel surcharge.


Krishna Gopalan
May 1, 2008
People in India’s business capital are crying out for cheaper real estate.


www.businesstoday.in
April 17, 2008
Vijay Mallya’s bird is all set to fly abroad, with some delay.


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.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
January 8, 2008
Kingfisher and Deccan are like chalk and cheese, with different operating philosophies and different target segments. The two airlines have different business models and cater to different passenger segments. What, then, is the rationale behind their merger? Kingfisher in Europe & US, Deccan in Asia: Mallya Kingfisher to fly abroad this year: PatelWind under their wingsBeyond the horizon


Clifford Alvares and Mahesh Nayak
December 25, 2007
Events that rocked the business world—or just made head honchos sit up and take notice.


By Kushan Mitra
September 21, 2007
Investors might remember how they got burned during Jet Airways’ market debut. The scrip, which listed at Rs 1,350, dropped to Rs 550 within a few months of listing.


www.businesstoday.in
August 30, 2007
In the corporate world, there are two types of people who like big-ticket deals. One, the CEOs and, the other, the investment bankers.


By Kushan Mitra & T.V. Mahalingam
August 29, 2007
With low-cost carriers becoming part of full-service airlines, there’s hope that the industry will soar into the profit zone. But too many things can still go wrong.


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