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www.businesstoday.in
October 30, 2008
Apart from the M&A activity, which saw the birth of JetLite and Kingfisher Red, many carriers are signing agreements with regional players, like the GoAir-MDLR Airlines pact.


www.businesstoday.in
October 2, 2008
The global downturn has brought down prices abroad; they are lower than rates in many Indian cities. Here’s a look at the best locations and how one can invest there.


Tanvi Varma/Money Today
May 16, 2008
Newer modes of investing in gold are emerging. Money Today gives you a lowdown in the times when returns from the metal are attractive.


Rakesh Rai
March 19, 2008
We decipher contrary market signals to tell you what’s in store for real estate this year. Brokers' verdictCost of ownership = Cost of capital + ...The rise of small townsThe best of both worlds


Sanjeev J Aeren
March 18, 2008
If housing prices are high today only because they will be higher tomorrow while fundamentals do not justify the rise, then a bubble exists. The measure of a real estate bubble is simple: property prices rise faster than incomes.


www.businesstoday.in
January 23, 2008
More than three years of record breaking wealth creation on the stock market has every investor wondering how much money can still be made, and how. A quick answer is—a lot and without taking too much risk.


Gaurav Mashruwala
December 25, 2007
A certified financial planner tells us how diversification helps our investments?


Rajiv Bhuva
June 9, 2010
The eurozone crisis has sent stocks across the globe into a tailspin on fears of a double-dip recession. But though markets may remain jittery awhile, another global meltdown is unlikely.


Rahul Sachitanand
May 12, 2010
Demand for computers and tech gear goes into an overdrive in India, catching vendors such as Dell and Acer by surprise. That happy state is here to stay as government ramps up spending like never before.


Virendra Verma
December 11, 2009
Fuelled by a sustained burst of greenbacks from foreign portfolio investors, and a slow but steady increase in participation from retail investors, the stock markets have more than adequately captured the India growth story. There's no looking back now.


www.businesstoday.in
May 30, 2009
Lost jobs, troubled economy, and shaky stock markets drive Indian workforce to therapists of all kinds.


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


Tejeesh N.S. Behl
May 21, 2009
Real estate developers are offering homes within reach of the middle class wallet. But buyers may still feel shortchanged as home sizes get smaller and locations leave a lot to be desired.


Rahul Sachitanand
April 30, 2009
For the first time since the dotcom bust, infotech majors face the prospect of decline in revenues and profits. What does this mean for the future of IT services, tech jobs and tech stocks?


Tejeesh N.S. Behl
April 30, 2009
Aggressive posturing by Bharat Hotels and its top honcho is seeing it go places– both in India and overseas.


Kushan Mitra
April 16, 2009
While the Indian mobile market grows at a furious pace, the global market for handsets isn’t faring too well.


Tejeesh N.S. Behl
April 16, 2009
Top quality Italian cheese is being produced in rural Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Tejeesh N.S. Behl feeds on mozzarella, scamorza and other varieties to unravel the secret of this success.


Rachna M. Koppikar
April 2, 2009
Most of the millions who stagger into Mumbai with nothing else but a dream quickly learn how to survive.That art, however, gets mighty Herculean when the commercial engine of the country slows down. BT catches up with six men and women in the street who live life under the middle-class radar, but who are never totally out of it. Rachna M. Koppikar reports.


Saumya Bhattacharya
February 19, 2009
Employees as well as employers are struggling in this financial downturn—the employees to find jobs in a market where very few companies want to hire and employers to carry out layoffs as gently and painlessly as possible, and failing miserably. Saumya Bhattacharya reports.  5 Lakh to 50 LakhThere’s life after layoff...Campus droughtTime to talkDealing with your first slowdownUnited we standVeterans in the downturn


Rajiv Rao
February 19, 2009
Krugman gives us a lucid tour of history’s worst slumps. Unfortunately, he also proves that we are doomed to repeat the same mistakes.


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