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By Shamni Pande
November 14, 2007
It has been more than a decade since the first wave of consumer marketers came to India in the wake of a newly liberalised economy. Talk to them, and they’ll tell you that they are still searching for the promised El Dorado.


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November 12, 2007
319 million: The number of Indians who live on less than a dollar a day, according to the World's Most Deprived report


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October 26, 2007
Six months of survey and analysis, 94 final participants, and hundreds of days of reporting is what it took to bring you stories of India's best employers. Best companies in pictures


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October 5, 2007
State Bank of India attained the distinction of being the first public sector bank to touch a market capitalisation of Rs 1,00,000 crore. On September 28, the bank’s shares closed at Rs 1,950.70 on the BSE, giving it a market cap of about Rs 1,02,665.12 crore.


By Rishi Joshi
October 4, 2007
An appreciating rupee, rising wage costs, and potential withdrawal of tax breaks (not to mention a slowdown in the US) are coming together to create the worst ever conditions for Indian IT. What is the industry to do?


By Anusha Subramanian
September 24, 2007
They are young, full of beans and very restless. And they are either quietly moving into family business, or starting up their own.


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September 10, 2007
The market for semiconductors in India will almost double to $5.49 billion by 2009, says a new Frost & Sullivan report. What does that mean for the local chip industry? BT brought together a panel of experts to get the answers.


By Anand Adhikari
September 3, 2007
A clutch of Indian corporate giants is following in the footsteps of global megacorps like Microsoft, Intel and Alcoa by kickstarting operations in one of the few global economies (other than China and India) that's humming at a growth rate of 8 per cent.


By Pallavi Srivastava
July 16, 2007
An alarming number of young BPO workers are sinking into a world of crime, drugs, and promiscuity. It's an unprecedented workplace phenomenon that's testing their employers. Here we take a look at what actually goes on in the lifes of those working in BPOs.


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