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Jinsy Mathew
May 20, 2016
The Business Today-Money Today Financial Awards recognised the top performers across banks, mutual fund and insurance sectors.


By Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, May 14, 2016
In terms of sheer volume, the Indian milk production - at 400 million litres per day - is the highest in the world. In terms of per capita consumption, though, we lag way behind the developed nations.


By Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, May 2, 2016
Over the years, the per capita availability of water in India has gone down drastically. In 1951, it was 5,177 cubic metre per person. By 2011, it was down to 1,545 cubic metre, which is below the stress level of 1,700 cubic metre.


By Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, April 16, 2016
Between 2004 and 2008, business leaders in India and around the world were in the grip of unbridled optimism. After two years of lacklustre growth in global GDP, economies around the world had started looking up by end of 2003.


By Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, April 2, 2016
You might have noticed that in the past few months, the news coming out of India's $17-billion e-commerce sector has been decidedly mixed.


By Prosenjit Datta and Rajeev Dubey
Delhi, March 30, 2016
Business Today's Prosenjit Datta and Rajeev Dubey caught up with Vishal Sikka at Infosys's Bangalore headquarters.


By Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, March 21, 2016
In many ways, Vishal Sikka, the first non-founder CEO of Infosys, is the complete antithesis of N.R. Narayana Murthy, the man who picked him to take over the company that Murthy and his co-founders had built over three decades.


Team BT
Delhi, March 9, 2016
Arun Jaitley has shown the right intent by focusing on the rural economy in his Budget, but appears to have failed to outline a clear roadmap for delivering on his promises.


Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, March 5, 2016
While Budgets can be really bad, no Budget in the past two decades has succeeded in being so good that it lifts the spirit of everyone uniformly.


By Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, March 5, 2016
The finance minister appears to have done an admirable job with limited resources, but a closer reading of the revenue estimates and expenditure plans has experts worried.


By PB Jayakumar
Delhi, March 11, 2016
Accenture and TCS came close in the 14th edition of the \"Best Companies to Work For\" survey, which recognised 25 winners from various industry sectors.


PB Jayakumar
February 24, 2016
This is the 14th edition of the 'Best Company to Work For Survey', which has 25 winners from various industry sectors.


By Prosenjit Datta, Rajeev Dubey and PB Jayakumar
Delhi, February 25, 2016
Gautam Hari Singhania and Raymond could be the models for the theory of Core Competency. Though he has many interests in life, Singhania is clear that the focus of his business has to be the growth of Raymond.


By Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, February 25, 2016
Indian policymakers should not assume that all manufacturing industries will generate lots of jobs.


By Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, February 25, 2016
There are no standard prescriptions for creating a great workplace. And over the years, the benchmark for what constitutes a good workplace as opposed to a bad one has gone up many times.


Team BT
Delhi, February 13, 2016
A slowing world economy, two consecutive bad monsoons and a political logjam in Parliament, apart from a host of other domestic challenges, have created a challenge of greater proportions for Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.


By Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, February 10, 2016
For any finance minister, preparing a Budget is all about trade-offs. It has to meet many different objectives simultaneously, and some of them might be in conflict with one another.


By Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, February 10, 2016
The author's account of his experiences as a practising lawyer in the Indian legal system is both revelatory and entertaining.


Prosenjit Datta
Delhi, February 10, 2016
In the first two Budgets he presented after the NDA government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley trod a cautious and conservative path.



February 4, 2016
The pre-Budget roundtable discussion panel discusses what kind of budget are we going to get in 2016. Is it going to be a go-for-growth kind, or push for reforms, or more towards social programs, or a populist one?


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