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July 8, 2008
The fortnight’s burning question. Will the BSE Sensex drop to 10,000 this year?


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July 8, 2008
Texting or yakking on the mobile while driving can be seriously unsafe, and being the most wired person can be equally harmful for you. Read on to find out how.


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July 8, 2008
IT and ITES companies will step up recruitments, while financial services and telecom firms will hire less.


Yogendra Pratap
July 7, 2008
Not only do hybrids utilise energy more efficiently, they also store some of the extra energy generated by the combustion of fuel and use it at times when the internal combustion engine is not running at optimal capacity.


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June 27, 2008
Some facts about other management schools in India.


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June 26, 2008
At last, the government could summon up the courage to increase LPG, petrol and diesel prices. It must have come as a huge relief for the oil PSUs, even though the retail price hike is too meagre and doesn’t reflect the soaring global crude prices that have been hovering around $135 per barrel.


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June 24, 2008
Mercer India’s Padma Ravichander; Keshav Sanghi, former Head of Equities, Deutsche Bank in India; Pratap Bose, COO, Mudra; Rajat Gupta, Vice Chairman, International Chamber of Commerce; Amul’s Parthibhai Bhatol; and Aegis Media Group’s Ashish Bhasin.


Yogendra Pratap
June 24, 2008
Taking care of just a few things can reduce your annual spend on fuel by about 25 per cent. So, that will, in effect, mean that you are paying just about Rs 37 for a litre of fuel instead of the current price of about Rs 50 per litre.


Rishi Joshi
June 11, 2008
Despite the recent price hikes in India, oil is a ticking time bomb that will be defused only by a sharp drop in demand and, in the long run, alternative sources of energy. Meanwhile, brace up for the coming pain. Business Today's Rishi Joshi reports.


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June 9, 2008
Yeddy will have to do a Modi to rescue Karnataka’s finances.


Vikrant Singh
June 8, 2008
The new Ferrari 612 Scaglietti has to be driven to be believed. It’s that good.


www.businesstoday.in
May 31, 2008
The Accord has been moving up the evolutionary ladder as well, with each successive generation. With more powerful if not larger engines, with more space and luxury features, it has slowly been inching up the luxury scale and the latest Accord is another step in its upward journey.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
May 30, 2008
Dig in. Gorge on all those sinful snacks you have been dying to try out, without fear of losing your abs to flab.


www.businesstoday.in
May 28, 2008
Business Today presents an annual listing of India Inc.'s fastest growing large, mid-size and small companies based on their revenues.


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May 28, 2008
Companies with revenues less than Rs 1,000 crore that grew the fastest in 2007.


Shalini S. Dagar
May 28, 2008
Key reforms are stuck with states because the onus of implementation lies with them, and not the central government. But the laggard states have to get moving if they want their share of the country’s economic bonanza. BT's Shalini S. Dagar reports.


Rishi Joshi
May 28, 2008
Rising crude prices could derail India’s growth story and cause massive pain all around.


www.businesstoday.in
May 15, 2008
If you are going to be driving over 2,500 km a month, then it makes sense to buy a diesel car, to even out your EMIs. Less than that, stick to petrol for the time being.Luxury and, now, even sports cars are increasingly being fuelled by diesel.


www.businesstoday.in
May 15, 2008
Golf is a true test of character, the saying goes. So, whether you’re putting on the green, or trying to wedge your way out of a bunker, it pays to be dressed sharply.


Rohit Viswanath
May 14, 2008
The government has banned futures trading in eight commodities and is planning to extend this to some more items. However, the available data on futures trading does not show any evidence that it has either reduced or increased volatility of spot prices. Is it a wrong move? BT's Rohit Viswanath finds out.


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