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October 16, 2018

Aditi Shah
Bengaluru, November 19, 2015
Toyota's two new launches in the next three years will aim at the higher end, where wealthier middle-class Indians want safety and quality rather than just a brash sound system.

N Madhavan
Delhi, October 24, 2014
In 2013, market capitalisation of conglomerates grew by 13 per cent as against six per cent all the BT 500 companies registered and investors paid almost double the price for these stocks compared to 2012.

N. Madhavan
Delhi, October 13, 2014
If final placements of students is taken as an indicator of how new IIMs are faring, they have managed full placement with a maximum salary of Rs 15 lakh to Rs 27 lakh.

N. Madhavan
Delhi, September 23, 2014
\"Bathrooms are no more seen as a secondary space and are as special as any other area of the house,\" says a leading architect and interior designer.
August 26, 2014
Featuring CASEY HYUN, Sanjay G. Hinduja and Atul Phadnis .

N Madhavan
August 20, 2014
The tractor was launched at M&M's research hub - Mahindra Research Valley in the outskirts of Chennai. The new platform will have 52 HP (horse power)  and 57 HP variants.

N. Madhavan
August 12, 2014
\"In other countries, businesses support each other.\" Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus at Tata Sons, did not stop there. \"Getting 20 business people in a room who do not talk about their own business but take a position on India is difficult,\" he said.

N Madhavan
August 8, 2014
The commercial with the adage \"More Indian than you think\" is indubitably historical for Lufthansa. \"We also wanted to make our India-specific services more visible such as Indian cabin attendants, Indian vegetarian food and local entertainment,\" says Wolfgang Will, Director South Asia, Lufthansa.

N. Madhavan
August 7, 2014
N Srinivasan said that cement prices have historically been cyclical. When the prices are low, the builders take full advantage of it and start complaining when the prices get corrected. He also reminded that builders buy in bulk and do not pay market prices.
August 6, 2014
The EU plans to ban imports of betel (paan) leaves from India. Here is all you need to know about it.

Goutam Das and N. Madhavan
Delhi, August 1, 2014
Once the world's largest mobile phone manufacturing plant, Nokia's Tamil Nadu factory is now terminally ill. It once employed 8,000 permanent employees. Today, a little over 1,000 remain.

N. Madhavan
Delhi, August 6, 2014
The company has recently applied for listing in the Limca Book of Records. Its revenue for 2013/14 stood at Rs 200 crore and it has a four per cent market share in south India.

N. Madhavan
Delhi, August 9, 2014
The man who proved PSUs could also deliver looks back on a remarkable career.

N Madhavan
July 11, 2014
Rajan said the banking regulator is looking at '525 loans' which funds infrastructure projects that take five years to build and are repaid over 25 years and will come out with the details in the next few days.

N. Madhavan
July 10, 2014
While infrastructure has been the general thrust area in the Narendra Modi government's maiden budget, extension of the 10-year tax holiday to power projects that are completed by March 31, 2017, is by far the biggest announcement.

N Madhavan
July 10, 2014
Sale of cars has risen slightly in the recent months but it remains to be seen if the various direct tax sops announced will put enough disposable income in the hands of people to buy new cars or replace the existing ones.

N. Madhavan
July 1, 2014
Woodland currently earns nearly 60 per cent of its Rs 1,000 crore revenue from footwear, with apparel contributing 30 per cent and accessories the remaining.

N Madhavan
July 14, 2014
The Amma Unavagam project in Tamil Nadu is said to have been a key factor behind the stunning success of Jayalalithaa's AIADMK in the recent Lok Sabha polls. But is it sustainable?

N. Madhavan
Delhi, July 16, 2014
Indian companies have mastered the art of managing with little and finding ingenious ways to overcome shortages. Business Today's Power Breakfast discusses if the Narendra Modi government can bring about a change.

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