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E. Kumar Sharma
Delhi, October 10, 2017
Some budding entrepreneurs are opting for a B-school course after founding a start-up. Their big attraction - the advantage of networks that a B-school can offer.

Nevin John
Delhi, August 4, 2017
Indus OS provides the smartphone experience to users in their native language.

By E Kumar Sharma
Delhi, August 19, 2016
The fact that the $8-billion Fosun Group was keen on the US market makes the deal special, given that 62 per cent of Gland Pharma's revenues of $169 million in 2015 came from the US, compared to 16 per cent from India and the rest from other geographies.

Siddhartha Das
July 13, 2016
The concept of an \"Asian century\" has been put forth by many geo-political experts, signifying the shift in the political and economic centre of gravity to Asia. In this new paradigm, India is expected to play a dominant role along with China, based on their favourable demographics and large markets.

E Kumar Sharma
February 22, 2016
It relies on saliva and all that people need to do to monitor the ailment is to insert a small strip of sheet into the mouth to pick up a bit of the saliva and get the readings.

E Kumar Sharma
November 21, 2015
Claiming to be the first organised player in the transition care segment, the five-month old start-up lends a helping hand to patients recovering from serious medical conditions.

E Kumar Sharma
December 11, 2014
To scale up, Kumar has made two acquisitions. In July, Strides bought a majority stake in the Bafna Pharmaceuticals. In Sept, the firm inked another deal with Shasun Pharma.

E Kumar Sharma
November 21, 2014
The dairy's revenue in the first year of its operation was Rs 23.47 crore. In 2014/15, Reddy says revenue will touch Rs 1,040 crore.

E. Kumar Sharma
March 18, 2014
Around 100 companies from 25 countries have so far announced investments totalling Rs 12,500 crore in Sri City, a 7,000-acre stretch close to the Andhra Pradesh-Tamil Nadu border. The man behind the creation of Sri City, one who attends many of the inauguration ceremonies of investing companies but rarely steps into the limelight, is Chintalapati Srinivasa Raju or Srini Raju.

K.R. Balasubramanyam
February 12, 2014
Little Eye Labs founders call themselves 'ions', short for 'eye-ons'. They are a motley group of entrepreneurs who got together while working at Rational Software/IBM long before they set up Little Eye Labs with seed funding from GSF India and VenturEast.

Manu Kaushik and K.R. Balasubramanyam
January 21, 2014
Big investors are getting into home health care, using technology and the cloud, and trying to set benchmarks. Their success depends on getting the combination of service charges, delivery efficiency and market response right.

January 8, 2014
Facebook Inc. is buying Little Eye Labs, a startup that builds performance analysis and monitoring tools for mobile Android apps, in a move that marks the social networking firm's first deal in the country.

E. Kumar Sharma
December 7, 2013
There are more than a dozen drugs in important cancer treatment areas that are not available in India. The new drug flow into India has slowed down significantly and it is a matter of concern for oncologists and cancer patients.

Pritam P Hans & Chandralekha Mukerji
May 15, 2013
There is a growing population of entrepreneurs seeking freedom from regular jobs and setting up own businesses. If you, too, hate working for others and have an idea for a marketable product or service that you are passionate about, it is a good time to start your own venture.

E. Kumar Sharma
May 6, 2013
India is the world's third-largest pharmaceuticals market in terms of volumes, but competition is stiff to grab a slice of the rapidly growing business. Several small pharma companies are making a big difference in niche areas of health-care.
December 18, 2012
Neurosynaptic was founded in 2002 by Sameer Sawarkar and Rajeev Kumar, who are part of a growing breed of social entrepreneurs who start businesses not just to make profits but also to find innovative solutions to the problems of the underprivileged.
February 14, 2012
Sarath Naru, managing partner of VenturEast, says, \"Our entire emphasis is to be innovative, in terms of structuring investments, our ability to handhold entrepreneurs and our ability to raise funds.\"
February 15, 2012
How Business Today crafted its PE/VC study and why it is an important first step.

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