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Rachna M. Koppikar
April 16, 2009
For three decades, the three Ks—Kothari, Kampani and Kotak—ruled The Street. Today, Kothari has hung up his gloves, Kampani is in the eye of a storm and Kotak is building a bank—ending an era of home-grown dealmakers. Rachna M. Koppikar goes into the details.


www.businesstoday.in
April 16, 2009
When business the world over is being walloped by the economic crisis, India’s Mini Global Champs (BT, April 19) offers grounds for hope. In looking for bright spots when many American and European MNCs are on the ropes, these select Indian companies are able to build on their growth acceleration stories.


Virendra Verma
April 2, 2009
A clutch of smaller Indian companies has gone international by making a number of small acquisitions the world over. The best part: They seem to be working, unlike some multi-billion-dollar buyouts. United Phosphorus: Agri AggressorRain commodities:It'sraining cashJubiliant Organosys: Crams caperSintex: Labour gainsBilcare: Right place for the right priceBartonics: Raising the barRolta India:Mapping the globeAllied Digital: Remote controlBinani Cement: Concrete gambitPlethico Pharma: Inorganic prescription


Kushan Mitra
April 2, 2009
The wait for the Nano could spur competitors— of the four-wheeled and two-wheeled variety— into action.


Suman Layak
April 2, 2009
Ratan Tata has changed the game in car manufacturing by producing the world’s most affordable car. Now he’s got to make it a money-spinner.


Rachna M. Koppikar
March 5, 2009
As demand slows down and profitability takes a hit, India’s automobile companies are pulling out every trick from the cost-cutting book— and a few from outside—to stay on the road.


www.businesstoday.in
March 5, 2009
This is Business Today’s Third Annual Listing of hottest start-ups and, pretty much like the two previous lists in 2007 and 2008, this listing is also completely subjective.


www.businesstoday.in
February 19, 2009
Strategies to fight the downturn can be effective only if they are communicated well to the employees. Here’s how a few companies are doing it.


www.businesstoday.in
February 19, 2009
Semiconductor demand in India is increasing, but manufacturing of semiconductors remains a distant dream.


Shalini S. Dagar
February 19, 2009
Communication with stakeholders such as shareholders and suppliers pays when it is proactive, aimed at providing transparency and solutions.


www.businesstoday.in
February 5, 2009
Their collective size is equivalent to that of a mid-level Indian corporation. Yet, the big four auditing firms— EY, PwC, KPMG, Deloitte Tuche Thmatsu— have a crucial role in policing the bookkeepers of India Inc. Big cheese Vs small frySome don’t like it bigThe problem withinThe bloodhounds of bookkeepingInside the secret world of auditing


www.businesstoday.in
February 5, 2009
BT speaks to 11 of the brightest minds on Dalal Street and gets them to identify their favourite long-term value picks in 2009. These stocks are only for long-term investors.


Clifford Alvares
February 5, 2009
The third quarter results confirmed the worst fears that the slowdown has hit companies hard. And the next quarter is likely to be worse.


www.businesstoday.in
January 21, 2009
Managers are racking their brains for strategies to beat the slowdown. But hotshots remain hotshots. We present 5th listing of India's young and happening executives.


Puja Mehra
January 22, 2009
Was Ramalinga Raju’s fraud planned to beat audits or were Satyam’s auditors plainly ineffective? Is the auditing system independent and robust enough?


Virendra Verma & Rachna Monga
January 8, 2009
As far as brazenness goes, Satyam’s boardroom high-jinks are unparalleled. But that doesn’t mean the rest of India Inc. is an epitome of virtuous governance.


www.businesstoday.in
January 8, 2009
Another stimulus from the government, which doesn’t seem enough.


Anusha Subramanian
January 8, 2009
An economic slowdown can actually be a good time for launching new products or businesses. Some of the world’s most successful organisations—Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, GE and Hyatt Corp.—were born during economic slumps. As India and the world go through a period of economic gloom, some firms are going ahead with much-hyped launches.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
Swati Piramal, 52, Director, Piramal Healthcare, will be the first woman at the helm of any apex chamber in India when she takes over as President, Assocham, in 2009.


Rajiv Rao
December 25, 2008
Industry observers say that India Inc. is in much worse shape than it currently appears. Bloated with debt and hobbled by a severe slowdown, Indian firms need rapid cash generation.


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