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Pushpa Sundar
October 11, 2019
Philanthropy, or the voluntary giving of wealth without expectation of a quid pro quo, and the oldest concept of redistributive justice, is today accused of being self-serving of 'unfettered paternalism' and other vices

March 20, 2019

Samanwaya Sengupta
New Delhi, November 23, 2017
Moody's has been a boost to both Mr. Modi and the market. However, India must meet greater challenges to find its place in the bench of Global Leadership.

By P.B. Jayakumar
Delhi, July 27, 2016
But nothing sticks in public memory more than his most recent avatar - Ajay Piramal, the investor. The contrarian, who is placing big bets on businesses ranging from financial services to healthcare on one hand, and drug discovery and realty on the other.

By E. Kumar Sharma
April 7, 2016
UK-based pharma company GlaxoSmithKline and one of the oldest pharma MNC in India, has announced that it will not file for patents in the low income countries.

By Chanchal Pal Chauhan
Delhi, March 21, 2016
Accident deaths have become a chilling phenomenon on overcrowded Indian roads. Now, the country is gearing up to roll out the best practices in safety standards.

Suprotip Ghosh
November 5, 2014
The trend we are seeing now politically will help our business, which has positively developed even under previous administrations.

New Delhi, July 3, 2013
Citibank India has reported a 41.4 per cent rise in profit after tax for 2012-13 at Rs 2,718 crore, bouyed by robust growth in its commercial banking and mortgage businesses.

Manu Kaushik
June 5, 2013
Many multinationals have jacked up royalty rates from local subsidiaries ever since the Indian government scrapped a cap on royalties to overseas parents about three years ago. Shareholders say the higher royalty payouts are cutting into net profits and, in effect, reducing their dividend payouts.

BT Online Bureau
Mumbai, May 20, 2013
Standard Chartered India has agreed to acquire the private wealth management business of Morgan Stanley India for an undisclosed amount, subject to regulatory approvals.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, May 17, 2013
The company's board has recommended a dividend of Rs 5.25 per share of Re 1 each for the financial year ended March 31, 2013.

Ajita Shashidhar
May 11, 2013
Nitin Paranjpe, CEO of Hindustan Unilever, says its goal is to improve health and well-being, reduce environmental impact and source 100 per cent of agricultural raw materials sustainably, and enhance the livelihoods of people across our value chain.

Chaitanya Kalbag
May 8, 2013
It turns out that India is crawling with thousands of chit funds and other dubious deposit-taking rackets, and cheat shops emerge from the shadows in examples like the 130 Kerala chit funds that set up office in one building in the industrial town of Faridabad in Haryana.

Anand Adhikari
May 9, 2013
Our special package, \"The Oldest Multinationals in India\", celebrates the journeys of some of the top global companies in India. Business Today chronicles the stories of eight companies through some of the turning points in their corporate lives. Full coverage
May 7, 2013
Standard Chartered Bank Regional Chief Executive (India and South Asia) Sunil Kaushal talks about the group's plans for the Indian market.
May 7, 2013
SKF India MD Shishir Joshipura shares how the company is focussing on reaching its customers via innovation.
May 3, 2013
Hindustan Unilever CEO Nitin Paranjpe talks about the defining moments in the company's history - negotiating price control and setting up R&D centre in Mumbai.
May 7, 2013
GlaxoSmithkline Pharmaceuticals MD Hasit Joshipura talks about the challenges the company faces to meet the needs of India's expanding healthcare market.
May 7, 2013
Ravi Kirpalani, MD of Castrol India, talks about what the future holds for the company, one of the oldest MNCs in the country.

Mahesh Nayak
May 20, 2013
Nearly a century-and-a-half after constructing the London-Calcutta telegraph line, the German engineering giant is still going strong in India. The company's progress in India has been in sporadic bursts. It founded its India unit in 1922, but it was only after independence that it started expanding.

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