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Prosenjit Datta
New Delhi, September 3, 2018
There are numerous studies which show that having more women in the workplaces is good for business - not because it is the politically correct thing to do in today's era, but because it is better for the bottom line.


Team BT
New Delhi, September 16, 2017
As women are climbing the corporate ladder, another set is making an impact at the grassroots level. It was tough finding the gems among them.


Swati Choudhary
September 23, 2016
The 30 winners were a virtual who's who in the world of business. As many as nine achievers were repeat winners, making it to our list this year too.


IANS
New York, December 10, 2015
Reliance Industries has been awarded under the category of corporate social responsibility, while Vasudeva has bagged the top honours for chief executive of the year.


PTI
Mumbai, November 2, 2015
Teaser home loans are offered at a fixed low rate of interest in initial years and are then adjusted to a higher floating rate for the remaining tenure.


PB Jayakumar
October 9, 2015
Mylan CEO Heather Bresch says India has been doing a pretty good job with its tax-free development zones. Your CSR model is something the rest of the world should follow. It is a great thing to give back to the country, especially when you are developing.


E Kumar Sharma
September 21, 2015
At the launch of his book \"Living Legends Learning Lessons: Up Close and Personal with 10 Global Icons\" the management guru shared some nuggets of wisdom for business leaders.


Sarika Malhotra
September 19, 2015
Business Today showcased the rapid strides made by women in corporate India at a glittering ceremony in Mumbai.


Team BT
September 19, 2015
Business Today readers share their feedback on the magazine's coverage -


Team BT
Mumbai, September 11, 2015
Among the winners was, India's richest woman, Nita Ambani, the Chairman of Reliance Foundation and Director of Reliance Industries.


Ajita Shashidhar
September 15, 2015
Though VIP had a market share of 60 per cent but the youth didn't identify with it. Radhika resurrected the country's first strolley brand, Skybag and positioned it as a youth product.


Alokesh Bhattacharyya and Sarika Malhotra
September 11, 2015
Business Today's 12th annual listing of women achievers. We drew up a long list of over 150 women and then shortlisted 55 contenders. Finally, 25 made the cut after jury deliberations.


Sarika Malhotra
September 22, 2015
Capgemini India CEO has grown into one of the most powerful leaders in the IT services industry. The company has recently acquired IGATE which will make Capgemini's India arm one of the largest MNC IT employers.


Yoshita Singh
New York, June 9, 2015
India-born Warrior, one of Silicon Valley's high-profile female executives, stepped down after a significant restructuring of top management under incoming CEO Chuck Robbins.


Arpita Mukherjee
Delhi, September 4, 2014
The awards ceremony of the Most Powerful Women in Indian Business 2014 brought together the very best in the country.


Business Today bureau
Mumbai, August 14, 2014
Aroon Purie, Chairman of India Today Group, of which Mail Today and Business Today are a part of, noted how the MPW list had changed over time - from its early years when the list used to be dominated with CEOs from banking, financial services, and the media.


Yoshita Singh
New York, January 8, 2014
Over 20 Indian-origin youths are among Forbes magazine's annual list of the world's \"brightest young stars\" under the age of 30 from diverse fields like finance, media, sports and education, described by the publication as \"prodigies reinventing the world right now.\"


PTI
Singapore, November 30, 2013
\"Plan W aims to reach women of all socio-economic profiles through training and skills development to empower two million women in 17 countries in Asia-Pacific over five years,\" the company has announced.


Chaitanya Kalbag and Josey Puliyenthuruthel
September 10, 2013
Ursula Burns is the first African-American woman Chairman and CEO of a Fortune 500 company and she wears that badge with some pride. Her logic for that is simple: she needs to inspire others - and get some mileage for Xerox, the company she leads - by standing proudly in the limelight. In India late-August to attend Business Today's Most Powerful Women awards, Burns, spoke with Chaitanya Kalbag and Josey Puliyenthuruthel on Xerox's transformation to a products and services company and her personal journey. Edited excerpts:


Arpita Mukherjee
August 30, 2013
The energy was infectious at Mumbai's ITC Grand Central, where more than 30 women were felicitated in Business Today's 10th edition of The Most Powerful Women in Indian Business.


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