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Piyush Mehra
New Delhi, April 11, 2018
The Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) revealed that in 2015, 401 million Indians helped a stranger.


Team BT
New Delhi, October 16, 2017
Letters to the Editor Business Today Magazine


BT Online
New Delhi, March 9, 2017
Bollywood star Salman Khan is delving into a new venture and this time it's a smartphone business. The Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Dabangg starrer who also owns the Being Human clothing brand has reportedly registered 'Being Smart' trademark for his smartphone venture.


By Venkatesha Babu
Delhi, December 4, 2016
BPL, the former consumer durables major, is trying to make a comeback. Will it succeed?


Team BT
NA, September 3, 2016
Mamata Banerjee, West Bengal Chief Minister, after the apex court ruled that the land acquisition process by Tata Motors for the Nano plant in Singur was \"wrong on many counts\" and directed the state government to restore the ownership of the land to cultivators.


Venkatesha Babu
November 16, 2015
The Japanese conglomerate's Global President Minoru Usui is credited with bringing focus to company's operations by selling off parts where it was uncompetitive - even if it meant shrinking the top line.


Joyce Lee and Se Young Lee
Seoul, October 30, 2015
The company said it will spin off its chemical business into a separate company, and sell a 90 per cent stake in the company to Lotte Chemical for 2.3 trillion won.


Eric Auchard, Jussi Rosendahl and Leila Abboud
Franfurt/Helsinki , August 10, 2015
Once the world's biggest maker of mobile phones, the Finnish firm was wrongfooted by the rise of smartphones and eclipsed by Apple and Samsung. It sold its handset business to Microsoft in late 2013 and has since focused squarely on making telecoms network equipment.


Jennifer Ablan and Liana B. Baker
New York/Seoul, January 15, 2015
However, Ontario-based BlackBerry says it \"has not engaged in discussions with Samsung\".


Adam Jourdan
Shanghai, January 5, 2015
The figures help shine light on the rapid growth of Xiaomi which has risen to become the world's No.3 smartphone maker and is challenging big brands like Apple and Samsung.


Nandagopal Rajan
September 3, 2013
The integration will allow Microsoft to optimise Windows Phone for the hardware that Nokia brings to the market. If their existing tie-up means the best Windows Phone experience on Nokia, it will get better in the future.


Dearton Thomas Hector
November 6, 2012
A study, conducted across 40 countries, shows that compared to mature smartphone markets such as the US, UK and Germany, where less than 27 per cent of the people are willing to give up television time for smartphones, in India, a whopping 49 per cent is ready to do so.


www.businesstoday.in
October 11, 2012
The iconic Coming Up Mansingh Road hotel property in New Delhi will remain with the Taj Group of Hotels for another year or till the time an auction takes place, after the New Delhi Municipal Corporation extended the land lease.


Kushan Mitra
May 3, 2012
The government is keen on making domestic companies meet 70 per cent of the country's defence needs within the next five years.


Associated Press
San Francisco, February 14, 2012
Getting government approval in China looms as the biggest stumbling block remaining. Google's relationship with China's ruling party has been on shaky ground.


Jung Soo Shin
December 27, 2009
I realised then that in this market situation we needed to be proactive—we had to think of a strategy that could give our consumers a reason compelling enough to come out and buy.


Anand Adhikari
April 30, 2008
Armed with deep pockets and distinguished brands, some of India’s biggest mega-corps are diversifying away from their flagship businesses. Synergies do exist in most cases, but do some of these promoters run the risk of spreading themselves too thin? BT's Anand Adhikari finds out.


By Shamni Pande
September 3, 2007
Indian engineers are turning out to be Korean chaebol Samsung Electronics Co.'s secret weapon. They are leading global productivity benchmarks and are now pushing its agenda of innovation and helping develop some of the niftiest gizmos on earth.


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