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January 22, 2019



By Vipul Hoon & Reynold Robert
Delhi, November 12, 2016
Top corporate honchos Tee off at the LLOYD BT PRO AM in Pune.


Team BT
Delhi, March 21, 2016
On a cool bright Saturday morning, golfers teed off at the Classic Golf & Country Club for the 20th edition of the Lloyd Business Today Pro-Am 2016.


Rahul Oberoi
May 1, 2015
Among the sectoral indices on the Bombay Stock Exchange, the S&P BSE Metal index stood the top performer in April 2015. It gained 2.71 per cent to 9,800.97 on April 30.


Nikhil Agarwal
Khentia (West Bengal), April 22, 2015
A group of researchers at IIT Kharagpur have turned farmlands near the campus into a 'laboratory' to experiment with new agricultural technologies and help farmers.


Taslima Khan
April 27, 2015
Share economy proponents have not given up and are banking on the fact that 65 per cent of India's population is below 35.


Yoshita Singh
New York, January 6, 2015
The list includes big names like Harry Potter actress and UN Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson, actor Zac Efron, basketball player James Harden and NBA star Chris Paul.


Nikhil Agarwal
Kolkata, December 30, 2014
The big breakthrough in e-commerce came in Oct when the big three of Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal offered pre-Diwali sales with eye-popping discounts.


Manu Kaushik and Sarika Malhotra
August 27, 2014
The problem, according to experts, began during the 2008 downturn when stimulus packages were announced by the government to revive the economy. The banks began to lend generously resulting in piling up of NPAs and stressed assets.


Nikhil Agarwal
Kolkata, March 31, 2014
The social networking site, which has around 93 million monthly active users in India alone, has built up a combination of automated and manual systems to block accounts used for fraudulent purposes and 'Likes'.


K.R. Balasubramanyam and Mahesh Nayak
September 12, 2013
A Business Today study of more than 6,000 stocks came up with a startling finding: only six of these companies have paid dividends of more than 30 per cent of their net profit in the past decade, as well as outperformed the benchmark index for eight of those 10 years.


Dearton Thomas Hector
July 17, 2013
The IRCTC site will sell apparel, footwear and home decor online. The site will be operational from August.


G. Seetharaman and Anilesh S. Mahajan
October 25, 2012
After monopolising the top spot in the BT 500 ranking for nine years, Mukesh Ambani's RIL had to make way for TCS this year. This is not surprising, given the challenges RIL has had to face across its businesses, new and old, in recent years. Full coverage: India's top 500 companies


Anand J
July 31, 2012
Mera Gao Power's microgrids are standalone devices, consisting of two solar panels of 120 volts eachand two batteries that store power. Each microgrid generates enough electricityto power 35 households for seven hours every evening.


Taslima Khan
April 3, 2012
The social networking site has partnered with FICCI to help Indian small and medium enterprises utilise the media for their business promotion.Full coverage: Race to the Facebook IPO


Manu Kaushik
February 9, 2011
FMCG companies are tapping opportunities in the growing consumer healthcare market, one of the many categories that blur the distinction between fast-moving consumer goods and pharmaceuticals.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2009
The BT Pro-Am of Champions round in Kolkata was a day of ties, but some extra math bailed out the winners.


Virendra Verma
July 21, 2009
Why are two shipbuilders, Bharati Shipyard and ABG Shipyard, slugging it out with offers and counter-offers to lay their hands on an offshore services provider? Virendra Verma finds out.


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


Anand Adhikari
August 29, 2007
Few marketers can afford to ignore the non-metros, but there are those who are seeing the virtues of starting with the small towns. The big cities can wait.


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