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February 5, 2009
Margaret L. “Peggy” Johnson, 46, runs a couple of miles every day. The Executive Vice President for Qualcomm’s business for the Americas and India has run numerous full and half marathons in England and Ireland.  


www.businesstoday.in
January 21, 2009
Managers are racking their brains for strategies to beat the slowdown. But hotshots remain hotshots. We present 5th listing of India's young and happening executives.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
BT asks the who’s who of India’s corporate world—as well as some professionals and leaders from other fields for good measure—to jog their memory and recall the best advice they ever got. What the advice was, who gave it to them and when, and how it helped them.


E. Kumar Sharma
October 30, 2008
India’s shift to renewable energy could stall in the absence of clearer policies.


Vivek Bharati
October 14, 2008
Thomas Friedman’s new book sets the agenda for combating climate change.


www.businesstoday.in
August 6, 2008
An India that's home to 30 of Fortune 100 companies, the world’s largest pool of technically-trained manpower, and Nobel Prize winners in arts, science and literature? That’s management guru C.K. Prahalad’s dream for India@75, and he’s got a plan how to get there. A Business Today exclusive.


Shalini S. Dagar
August 5, 2008
By 2017, India’s energy requirement is expected to be 100 GW more than previously estimated. That’s why it is imperative for India to have nuclear power as a critical component of its energy basket. Shalini S. Dagar does a threadbare analysis. More new jobs with nuke-deal spin-off


Yogendra Pratap
August 1, 2008
India has had its share of electric vehicles, ranging from the Bajaj and Mahindra three-wheelers to the cute and chic, Reva city car. The world over, electric vehicles have been made in all shapes and sizes, from city buses to fancy sports cars


Manu Kaushik
July 22, 2008
Solar industry, though in its infancy, offers some bright job options.


Rahul Sachitanand
May 2, 2008
A bunch of Bangalore bravehearts helps city singles beat the housing blues.


Kushan Mitra
April 30, 2008
The world’s largest manufacturer of mobile devices has looked into the crystal ball and seen the future of mobile devices with the ‘Morph’ concept.


Rahul Sachitanand
March 17, 2008
From wind turbines to X-ray machines to new-age locomotives, innovations are hardly new to GE’s John F. Welch Technology Centre in Bangalore. In its decade-long existence, JFWTC’s engineers have been at the forefront of introducing new ideas and methods for GE’s business units. Rahul Sachitanand finds out how the centre has shaped up over the years. 


www.businesstoday.in
March 5, 2008
It was less than three years ago that Ranganath ‘rangu’ Salgame, 46, then the newly-appointed India head of networking giant Cisco, shot into the limelight for attracting over $1-billion investment to expand its local operations.


www.businesstoday.in
February 21, 2008
Not surprisingly, rationalisation of different taxes scores high on people’s wish lists.


www.businesstoday.in
January 1, 1970
Solar-powered plane Si2 lands in India


By Saumya Bhattacharya
September 3, 2007
Climate change management and green projects are offering new career avenues. Here's how you can do your bit for the cause of the environment as you expand your horizons.


By Deepti Khanna Bose
August 29, 2007
Advertising for the chewing gum may have bagged numerous awards, but the country's agencies-despite robust growth in recent times - would appear to have little reason to smile.


By Anusha Subramanian
August 16, 2007
After virtually abdicating its position in the consumer electronics market to nimbler rivals, Philips India is coming back with a radically different, more inclusive game plan. Will it work?


By Balaji Chandramouli and Aman Malik
July 16, 2007
The traditional suitcase-style lobbyist is alive and kicking, but the deregulated economy has spawned a new variety that believes in using 'case law-style' advocacy to effect policy changes.


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