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February 8, 2008
Like it is for many other global CEOs, India is an important destination for Peter Sands, Group Chief Executive of London-based Standard Chartered Bank. But Sands, 46, a former McKinsey consultant, has a special connection with the country: His mother, Susan, was born and educated in India.


www.businesstoday.in
February 5, 2008
India is an important destination for Peter Sands, the Group Chief Executive of London-based Standard Chartered Bank. During his recent trip to the country, Sands spoke to BT’s R. Sridharan and Shalini S. Dagar on global financial markets turmoil and the fallout on emerging markets.60 MINUTES IN ARCHIVES India is our 13th largest market: Holliday JrPepsiCo is good in every sense: NooyiOur focus is the key to success: Bart BechtFidelity will be in investing mode: Barry Bateman


www.businesstoday.in
February 5, 2008
India might be a growth haven for badly-bruised global banks.


Clifford Alvares and Mahesh Nayak
December 25, 2007
Events that rocked the business world—or just made head honchos sit up and take notice.


www.businesstoday.in
November 12, 2007
An out of court settlement reached between Ranbaxy Laboratories, Japan’s Astellas Pharma and Germany’s Boehringer Ingelhelm.


By Krishna Gopalan
September 24, 2007
Business Today’s list of India’s Most Powerful Women in Business has honchos from the hurly-burly world of financial services all over it. Outside the list too, women are calling the shots, be it wealth management or equity research or hard-nosed broking.


By Tejaswi Rathore
August 30, 2007
As an attire, it’s 5,000 years old and yet the most versatile piece of clothing in a woman’s wardrobe. Here’s how you can make the saree work for you in the corporate corridors and party circuit.


By Mahesh Nayak
August 29, 2007
By helping some of India's mega-corporations make global-size acquisitions and raise billions through public issues, deal makers are making hay. In the first half of 2007, the top 10 investment banks collected some $441 million in fees. The going can only get better.


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