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www.businesstoday.in
January 25, 2007
It is said that Ravana performed miraculous feats of parallel processing by virtue of his 10 heads. One recitedshlokas, another conducted matters of state, a third carried on a flirtation and a fourth sang hymns.


www.businesstoday.in
February 8, 2007
According to some estimates, the Indian art market is worth an annual Rs 1,125 crore. It is definitely of substantial size.


By Sudhir Gore
April 19, 2007
They make you click and pay?through your nose. Cyber scamsters use different tactics to trap victims.


E. Kumar Sharma
April 14, 2010
The share sale plans of SKS Microfinance, India's biggest microlender, will not just boost its cash reserves. The IPO, one way or the other, will echo in India for decades to follow.


N. Madhavan
December 10, 2009
Though the decade began with a bug scare and ended with a scandal and a slowdown, positive events were plentiful through the first 10 years of 21st century. BT identifies 10 milestone events, and what they meant.


Paul B. Carroll & Chunka Mui
August 6, 2009
Lessons from the most inexcusable business failures of the past 25 years.


Kushan Mitra
June 26, 2009
From Facebook to LinkedIn, Twitter to Orkut, corporates are beginning to use various forms of social media to reach out to consumers, employees and partners, writes Kushan Mitra.


www.businesstoday.in
May 19, 2009
It was with some trepidation that I began reading your cover Indian IT’s Worst Hour (BT, May 17). However, it was with a great sense of relief that I put it down two hours later.


Nitya Varadarajan & Manu Kaushik
April 16, 2009
‘Know Your Customer’ (KYC) was an initiative meant to curb the misuse of funds. Instead, it is keeping large numbers out of the banking system and impeding business activity.


E. Kumar Sharma
March 19, 2009
The Satyam fraud may seem just an isolated case—but thanks to the IT and ITES sector’s unique characteristics, there is enough to suggest room for more frauds. Here is a quick checklist.


Anand Adhikari
February 19, 2009
India Inc. faces an internal acid test, as bosses and managers try to help GenX graduate from fairy tales to real life. Anand Adhikari writes. Job loss: Are you next?5 Lakh to 50 LakhThere’s life after layoff...Time to talkCampus droughtUnited we standVeterans in the downturn


www.businesstoday.in
February 19, 2009
Just as Satyam has dented the image of the Indian IT industry, Price waterhouse Coopers, the auditing firm, has sullied the fair name of the accounting profession (BT cover, February 22).


E. Kumar Sharma
February 5, 2009
When the government deputed a team of ace management professionals to take over charge at Satyam Computer after Founder B. Ramalinga Raju revealed his fraud, little did they know what awaited them.


E. Kumar Sharma
January 20, 2009
Is the Rs 7,000-crore fraud that B. Ramalinga Raju resorted to an accounting scam—done to prop up valuations of the IT giant—or was the promoter siphoning out money from a fundamentally sound company? E. Kumar Sharma finds out. 'There is some connivance in Satyam fraud' Satyam fraud shameful: Prem Chand Gupta  How funds are siphonedLiving on the pledge


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August 6, 2008



Kapil Bajaj
July 9, 2008
Mobile banking is fast catching up as an alternative channel for banking services. Here’s what you should know about it.


www.businesstoday.in
June 24, 2008
Standard Chartered Bank has joined hands with Tata AIG General Insurance Company to provide a risk cover for lost cards that will protect customers against fraudulent transactions.


www.businesstoday.in
May 29, 2008
There is a saying at Satyam Computer Services that when it comes to dealing with customers, it is not alchemy but chemistry that works. But what if the equations turn sour and outcomes get toxic?


By E. Kumar Sharma
October 29, 2007
John Swainson, President & CEO, CA Inc (formerly known as Computer Associates), had a loud and clear message to convey across the world when he launched an India technology centre in Hyderabad last fortnight.


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