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April 15, 2008
100,000 per cent: The inflation rate in Zimbabwe, which makes its currency virtually worthless. Four out of five Zimbabweans are unemployed


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
March 31, 2008
A magnum opus that explores the journey of the American people from the time of the Red Indians to the present—this is a great read for those interested in countries and their history.


Rahul Sachitanand & Kushan Mitra
March 4, 2008
Having hit $1 billion in revenues, Cisco’s plan now is to create a market rather than wait for it to happen.


Tejaswi Rathore and Anumeha Chaturvedi
March 4, 2008
We bring you 8 one-of-a-kind hotels that promise you the experience of a lifetime.


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February 19, 2008
If Steria doesn’t ring a bell, Xansa should.


T. V. Mahalingam
February 5, 2008
Be it Infosys, Wipro, Satyam or HCL Technologies, the push for growth in geographies other than the US is gathering steam. The Indian IT industry has been reducing its dependence on the US and is likely to continue doing so. Indian IT firms hiring abroad'TCS not hit by US subprime crisis'


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August 31, 2018
The 10 largest banks in the world with assets more than $1 trillion


E. Kumar Sharma
February 5, 2008
In an industry that is barely 12 years old in India, a new breed of microfinance entrepreneurs has emerged on the scene, armed with management techniques and technology, and a burning desire to get big quickly. 7 Indian Microfinance Institutions in Forbes' 50 listGod of small credit - Vikram Akula


Rahul Sachitanand
January 9, 2008
As the Chairman and CEO of the $35 billion PepsiCo, Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi, 52, has her hands full, even though she is visiting her hometown for a vacation. In a free-wheeling interview with Rahul Sachitanand, she discusses her plans for PepsiCo, the industry and even her beloved baseball team, the New York Yankees.


Brian Carvalho and Mahesh Nayak
November 26, 2007
Ten years ago, Barry Bateman realised, there was space for a new global consumer finance brand. A decade down the line, Fidelity International is managing assets of $299.4 billion outside the America with a sizeable presence in Asia-Pacific. As Bateman explains, India and China will be Fidelity’s growth drivers over the next 15-20 years.


Kapil Bajaj
November 13, 2007
As India Inc. racks up acquisitions overseas, it’s come square up against a new challenge: managing across cultures. Here’s how industry vanguards are dealing with it.


Rahul Sachitanand
November 13, 2007
From inducting professionals to private equity, the Manipal Group is preparing its education and healthcare businesses for the big leap.


www.businesstoday.in
November 13, 2007
Performance of 20 companies to watch in 2007 in alphabetical order.


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November 13, 2007
Check out Business Today's annual listing of companies you need to keep your eye on.


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October 17, 2007
Business Today's fourth annual listing of 10 companies that are hip and happening. What made each of them stand up and be counted? Read on. The top ten in pictures


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October 5, 2007
Starring Brian Tempest of Ranbaxy; Finance Minister P. Chidambaram; Former US Fed Chief Alan Greenspan; Former SEBI Chief G.N. Bajpai; Bakul Dholakia, Director, IIM-A; and Air Deccan’s G.R. Gopinath.


By Amit Mukherjee
October 5, 2007
With the BSE sensex soaring past 17,000, the market is on a roll. Predicting where it will go seems to be futile as foreign inflows continue to prop up the stock market.


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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 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.


By Venkatesha Babu
August 13, 2007
Our fourth annual survey of companies that have delighted their shareholders the most. They aren't the biggest by revenue, profits, or market cap. But they are the biggest by consistency of returns, reporting and respect for their investors.


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