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October 27, 2011
For deep underwater salvage, scuba diving equipment and training in diving skills is essential. Equipment like side scan sonar, state-of-the-art detecting devices, underwater cameras and even underwater robots may be used.


Shamni Pande
July 20, 2011
Many market observers have already discounted inflationary conditions. The fact that most players have resorted to price increases in many categories means better realisation even though the volume of growth remains the same or is even marginally lower in some cases.


Team BT
January 4, 1998
Can the Indian business house afford to cling to the diversification model of mutually unrelated businesses that it had constructed before liberalisation? Or must it trade in breadth of opportunism for competencedriven growth if it is to survive? A debate.


Shamni Pande
New Delhi/Mumbai, June 2, 2011
Industry observers, trade analysts and even merger and acquisition experts have been shaking their heads over the sheer magnitude, hardship and complexity of this 'utopian' exercise. If the bid really goes through, it could spell more trouble than good.


Chaitanya Kalbag
May 26, 2011
The days when our homes were dominated by Dalda, and Lifebuoy, and Sunlight are long gone. If you walk into a kirana store or a supermarket you are spoilt for choice.


Chaitanya Kalbag, Suman Layak and Anusha Subramanian
May 24, 2011
Harish Manwani says the Anglo-Dutch parent wants 70 per cent of its revenues to come from emerging markets, against 53 per cent now. Listen to the interview


Chaitanya Kalbag, Suman Layak and Anusha Subramanian
May 24, 2011
In 2010, the CEO of HUL made accountants, production and human resources people go out and meet consumers in villages across India. Just as he did himself - and there was learning. Listen to the interview


E. Kumar Sharma
December 10, 2010
Some 400 million kids below the age of 15 are India's most conspicuous consumers, lapping up not just toys, gadgets, phones and clothes but also counselling parents on big ticket purchases.


www.businesstoday.in
October 9, 2010
Marketers have known for sometime now the southern market's penchant for mosquito repellents, coffee, detergents and talcum powder.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, September 22, 2010
The oil giant wants to push up its business from Rs 6,000 crore inthe current financial year to Rs 15,000 crore, with the help of this value-added segment.


Chandralekha Mukerji
June 22, 2010
Meal and gift vouchers offer benefits like tax exemption to employees, but given their inherent limitations, do they make for a good option?


Rakesh Rai
January 21, 2010
The rising prices of raw materials like milk, sugar and cereals may prompt the FMCG companies, especially manufacturers of packaged foods like Nestle, Britannia and ITC, to raise prices over the next one or two quarters.


Dipen Sheth
February 4, 2009
Dipen Sheth responds to the readers' suggestions and lists four stocks for Safe Wealth. These are likely to boost not just the model portfolio, but also India's economy.


Rakesh Rai and Sameer Bhardwaj
November 28, 2008
As the markets fell in 2008, some stocks actually rose. Rakesh Rai and Sameer Bhardwaj list five factors that helped them beat the markets.


Sushmita Choudhury
March 20, 2008
...is green. By opting to stay in an eco-friendly hotel, you not only save a pretty penny but also earn brownie points for saving the planet.And you can also notch up green points that can be redeemed for attractive gifts.


By Rakesh Rai and Tanmoy Neog
December 28, 2006
The third part of the MONEY TODAY series on enhancing the economic value of your home focusses on doors.


Anamika Butalia
June 9, 2010
Incubation, CEO and start-up are terms you associate with novel business ideas-not with the neighbourhood dhobi or laundry service.


C.K. Prahalad
January 11, 2010
We should learn to do \"More with Less\" resources so that \"More\" people can participate in growth... India doesn't have a \"forgetting curve\" to worry about.


Virendra Verma
October 7, 2009
R. Mukundan, who took over at the helm of Tata Chemicals when the global credit crisis was peaking, has been able to pull off something many CEOs have been unable to: Manage global acquisitions made in boom times.


Clifford Alvares
May 30, 2009
Mid-sized fast-moving consumer goods companies, riding on rural volumes, have stolen a march on the big guns.


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