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Anand Adhikari
September 17, 2009
The RBI's recent figures show a 5% drop in the number of cheques processed in 2008-09, but a smashing 28% growth in retail electronic clearing. And the credit can probably be given to one man: Bikramjit Sen.


www.businesstoday.in
September 17, 2009
They are not yesterday’s start-ups. They are not in the Top 10 listing by size. Taste the thunder of India Inc’s entrepreneurial middle rung.


Anand Adhikari
August 6, 2009
Even as they went about creating a fully-integrated steel colossus, the Ruias of the Essar Group were also quietly building a global outsourcing model via a string of acquisitions.


www.businesstoday.in
July 3, 2009
By doing away with the concept of entry load, the message from the market regulator is loud and clear: Advise investors, don’t just sell mutual funds.


www.businesstoday.in
January 22, 2009
What's new in your world


Virendra Verma
January 20, 2009
As past financial scandals reveal, small investors get the roughest end of the stick.


Nitya Varadarajan
January 8, 2009
Banks have hiked various charges and, in some cases, introduced new ones like counting charges on a large cash deposit or withdrawal. Here’s what you should know.


Sharadh Manian
December 25, 2008
Students are no longer worried about the pay-packet being offered, but whether the campus recruiters will appear with a mandate to recruit, says Sharadh Manian.


K. R. Balasubramanyam and Kushan Mitra
November 27, 2008
Vijay Mallya’s aviation business has landed in a sea of red. Mallya has a survival plan, but he may need to look at drastic options to stay afloat. K. R. Balasubramanyam and Kushan Mitra go into the details.


Puja Mehra
November 27, 2008
Dollars are pouring in for telecom licences and scarce 2G spectrum, but the government isn’t gaining. A bunch of companies are. The Telecom Minister is to blame.


www.businesstoday.in
September 4, 2008
What is it about Singur that made the Tatas want it so badly? Here’s a BT guide to the region, its land, its politics, its inhabitants, and their gripes.


Suman Layak
August 6, 2008
Even as the world waits expectantly for the Nano, farmers who sold their land for the project now want it back. Will the world’s cheapest car be late coming?


Kapil Bajaj
July 22, 2008
Handicraft retailer Fabindia is turning thousands of its supplier-artisans into shareholders in a unique experiment that seeks to empower and enrich some of India’s poorest people. \"Supplier-region companies\" set up across India by the Rs 260-crore retailer are part of this ambitious programme. Kapil Bajaj reports.


Sanjoy Narayan
July 13, 2008
As India globalises and the world \"shrinks\" even further into a so-called global village, managers will be increasingly called upon to manage cross-cultural teams across geographies. Can the skills required to succeed in such an environment be taught in a classroom? Our cover package, which ranks India's top B-schools, also deals with such, and many other, issues.


www.businesstoday.in
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


By Anand Adhikari
October 22, 2007
Citibank’s Suvidha, which was developed in India, is now being rolled out across the world. Other foreign banks are also taking innovative products developed here to other countries. Is India emerging as the global banking industry’s innovation factory?


By Tejeesh N.S. Behl
September 24, 2007
More and more women are displaying a flair for starting up on their own.


Anand Adhikari
September 20, 2007
Well, actually, transaction banking never went anywhere. Only, banks are rediscovering its virtues now—steady income, absence of volatility and predictability.


Shalini S. Dagar
August 29, 2007
Even as bankers in the US run scared of subprime borrowers, those in India are going out of their way to woo them. Why? Blame it on the booming economy.


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