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January 1, 1970
Newsmakers: Moody's on Indian economy, Coca Cola to sell dairy drinks and more


By Clifford Alvares
November 13, 2007
It’s not easy to time the markets, but it’s sure easy to spot a dip in this market and cash in on the opportunity. The recent knee-jerk reaction of the market after SEBI announced changes in its P-note guidelines created exactly the type of buying opportunities investors should be looking for.


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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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January 1, 1970
Newsmakers: Honda to recall 90,210 units of City, Mobilio and more


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October 30, 2007
This market not only has legs but also a seasoned mind and it will definitely fulfil the overall growth expectations.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
October 30, 2007
Indian imports of the yellow metal are forecast to touch a record high of 950 tonnes this year. Yet, its price continues to soar. At Rs 9,000-10,000 per 10 gram, the retail price of gold is at an all-time high.


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October 19, 2007
Nilesh Khare, an accounts executive, till recently had little knowledge about the existence of bulls, bears and other creatures that prowl the Street. But last fortnight when the benchmark index on the Bombay Stock Exchange kissed the 17,000 mark, he decided it was time to step into the world of investing.


By T. V. Mahalingam
October 18, 2007
It’s 10 in the morning, and at the historic Azad Maidan, where The Mahatma used to address swelling crowds during the Civil Disobedience movement, another movement is slowly gathering steam.


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October 17, 2007
Forayed: Into organised retail, the Mahindra Group’s fullyowned subsidiary, Mahindra Intertrade, under the brand name Mahindra Retail. It will roll out a chain of multi-format lifestyle stores across the country within the next year and operate in the premium lifestyle segment, selling international and private labels.


By Mahesh Nayak
October 17, 2007
If you doubt whether thematic or sector funds really do well, take a look at the top 10 funds in the market. Eight of the top 10 funds over the last year have been either sector or thematic funds.


By Pallavi Srivastava
October 17, 2007
The tipping point could have come in August, when the number of Indians with mobile phones crossed 200 million. Perhaps that was the critical mass that would have convinced transaction-led services companies to go beyond the internet and tap the mobile platform.


By Anand Adhikari
October 17, 2007
It’s clearly the dark horse in the stable of Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance group. When Mukesh and Anil Ambani arrived at a settlement to carve out the family’s assets two years ago, one company not on the radar was Reliance Industrial Infrastructure Ltd (RIIL).


By T.V. Mahalingam
October 17, 2007
Yet another corporate powerhouse has decided to mark its footprint on the Indian retail scene. The $4.5-billion auto major, Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M), has decided to enter the Indian retail space.


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January 1, 1970
Newsmakers: Windows 10 upgrade, Moody's on growth and more


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October 4, 2007
Reliance Retail seems to be getting singled out among all the big retailers.


By Krishna Gopalan
October 3, 2007
The Reliance stocks are fuelling the Sensex’s heady ride.


Pallavi Srivastava
October 3, 2007
Why Reliance Retail will be back in Uttar Pradesh.


By Krishna Gopalan
September 24, 2007
When Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani addressed his shareholders at the company’s annual general meeting (AGM) in June last year, the title of his speech was simple, yet telling—“Embarking on a Retail Revolution.”


By Rahul Sachitanand
September 24, 2007
Listings are horribly hard to put together. This one is more so. For one, how does one measure power? For another, when there are so many talented and successful women in Indian business, how does one zero in on the 25 most powerful? The first question is relatively easy to answer.


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