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Ajita Shashidhar
October 7, 2020
The high burn-out levels are not necessarily limited to WFH. Ever since the government has allowed the 'unlock' process, a significant number of people have returned to their physical work place


BusinessToday.In
October 3, 2020
BT MPW 2020: Anjali Bansal said, homemakers do a lot of productive work at home but they are not paid. Work from home will ensure productive work that can be paid


BusinessToday.In
October 3, 2020
These awards are aimed at honouring remarkable Indian women who have made outstanding contributions to their organisations and set new standards of administration and performance across corporate India and the economy


Ajita Shashidhar
New Delhi, September 17, 2020
As work from home and even work from anywhere is becoming the norm, companies are going all out to become more diverse


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 24, 2019
The Disrupt or Die theme is apt for the times when technology is disrupting businesses across the value chain


BusinessToday.In
MUMBAI, December 13, 2019
At the end of 2017, India had about eight unicorns. Today, there are 30. Yet another nuance of the ecosystem is the fact that the time to becoming a unicorn is shrinking - while it took well over five years for Flipkart, Udaan, a business-to-business e-commerce firm, did it in two. Why is this time span shrinking? At Business Today's annual conclave MindRush in Mumbai, four venture capitalists got together to explain. Anjali Bansal of Avaana Capital, Karthik Reddy, Co-founder of Blume Ventures, Rehan Yar Khan, Managing Partner of Orios Venture Partners, and Tej Kapoor, Managing Director and Head of Fosun RZ Capital India, pointed to a confluence of factors. Watch the video for more.


Goutam Das
Mumbai, December 13, 2019
Technology companies will always push the envelope on regulation but the government must listen, say experts at BT Mindrush event


Goutam Das
Mumbai, December 13, 2019
The Indian start-up ecosystem is producing companies that are not only scaling up but also becoming unicorns or companies with over a billion dollar valuation


Ajita Shashidhar
New Delhi, March 18, 2019
A BT-PeopleStrong survey reveals what makes companies tick for employees.


Team BT
September 17, 2018
BT honours women who made a mark in business and created a social impact


Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, September 3, 2018
The pay gap between female and male employees not only exists but also increases as they advance in their careers. What can be done to reverse the trend?


Rashmi Bansal
Delhi, February 24, 2016
Rashmi Bansal visits the sanitary napkin factory in the slums. She found women with new-found dignity and confidence who believe their product is as good as any.


Ajita Shashidhar
October 31, 2015
Growth opportunities, entrepreneurial platforms and thewealth creating opportunities provided by the e-commerce companies prove to bethe major pull factors.


Shamni Pande
Delhi, October 21, 2014
According to observers, often bureaucrats sans critical training in business are at a disadvantage, forcing many to arm themselves with an MBA.



March 25, 2014
Anjali Bansal, MD at Sponsor Stuart India, says the primary role of any good board of a company is to appoint the right leadership for the company. The HR of a company also has an important role in appointing the leadership of the company.


Arpita Mukherjee
March 25, 2014
Mumbai's top HR executives discuss their role in developing future leaders and keeping employees engaged.


Arpita Mukherjee,Team BT
September 7, 2013
Business Today celebrates the power of corporate women for the 10th time.


Sarika Malhotra
August 29, 2013
As in previous years, our tenth annual listing, celebrates the triumphs of women who have succeeded in living their dreams. More than half the women featured this year are debutants.


Manisha Singhal
August 29, 2013
She also mentors proficient women executives for board roles.


Shamni Pande
October 13, 2011
If you are fired or sidelined, should you openly air your feelings?


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