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Sunny Sen
November 22, 2014
 \"Every 10 seconds a product listed by an Indian seller gets sold in the international market,\" says Latif Nathani, MD of eBay India, local unit of US e-commerce giant.


Sunny Sen
November 11, 2014
Thomas Reisten, CFO of Vodafone India, said the drop was due to the increase in stake in Vodafone Italy, which in turn has increased its revenue position.


Team BT
November 6, 2014
Business Today brings you snippets from people who made news this past fortnight.


Sunny Sen
November 6, 2014
This case study looks at how M-Pesa, a service that originated in Kenya, was tweaked for India and whether it can succeed.


Team BT
November 7, 2014
Know more about the people who made news this past fortnight.


Sunny Sen
October 9, 2014
Facboook founder Mark Zuckerberg agreed to long-term benefits: \"We are optimistic that by getting more people on the Internet, it will help Facebook in the long term, too.\"


Sunny Sen and Josey Puliyenthuruthel
November 18, 2014
Jeff Bezos speaks with Business Today about Amazon's international business, its obsession with customers, his take on operational excellence and much more.


Sunny Sen
September 25, 2014
The Nasdaq-listed Travelers was contributing about 10 per cent to the overall revenue of EXL as on November 4 last year. 


Sunny Sen
October 2, 2014
The NIIT CFO and her team have worked extensively to win large projects, which are above $10 million, like the ones with Euro Star, Virgin Australia and Cathay Pacific.


Sunny Sen
September 13, 2014
The most impressive Indian yacht, however, is Vijay Mallya's Indian Empress, bought in 2006, for an estimated ?72 million.


Sunny Sen
September 2, 2014
The advertisement-free app plans to make money from subscriptions. The initial launch price is Rs 99 on Android, Rs 60 on iOS and Rs 29 for Airtel customers.


Sunny Sen
August 30, 2014
Quatrro's customers do not have to install or buy software from IT product companies like SAP and Oracles. They are bought by Raman Roy, and processes are created around it, which are then implemented for its customers.


Sunny Sen
September 5, 2014
Seven top industry honchos at BT's lunch meet in New Delhi discuss 'India's FDI Stance: Free or Calibrated Approach to Opening Up?'.


Sunny Sen
August 21, 2014
The indications are already there. Facebook has 100 million users in India, the most after the US. There are 45 million WhatsApp users, and 55 million visits to YouTube every month.


Sunny Sen
August 28, 2014
Six months ago, Jayanthi picked up a new challenge to make Capgemini the best-in-class offshore business player.


Sunny Sen
August 15, 2014
Since Sonali Kulkarni took charge of Fanuc India in 2006 the company's revenue has doubled and she has safeguarded the company's market share through various steps, including scaled-down versions of robots and appropriate pricing.


Sunny Sen
Delhi, August 20, 2014
Today, Singh, who is often called Wipro's rising star, heads the $700 million Healthcare and Life Sciences business, which contributes 11.6 per cent to the company's revenue. She plans to take it to $1 billion in the next two to three years.


Sunny Sen
Delhi, August 19, 2014
Her job at Eicher and the subsequent one with Ashok Leyland, a trucks and buses manufacturer, taught Menon the merits of diversity and inclusion, and that there is a no cookie-cutter approach to challenges at work.


Sunny Sen
Delhi, August 23, 2014
Other than PCs and notebooks, HP provides IT solutions to companies. She would not talk about it due to confidentiality issues, but one of Dhawan's proud achievements is a contract with India Post to connect 28,000 offices.


Sunny Sen
August 5, 2014
Amid a gathering of the industry's top veterans was Kashmiri Lal, National Coordinating Secretary of the Swadeshi Jagaran Manch, the economic wing of the Sangh Pariwar. Lal talked about how companies like American agriculture firm Monsanto and retail major Wal-Mart were sharks and he would rather shut them down than allowing them to open shops.


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