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January 7, 2008
Anand Mahindra, Vice Chairman, Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M), admits that he isn’t a sprightly young man anymore, but the 52-year-old has been tying up deals with a slew of international manufacturers.


Brian Carvalho
December 23, 2007
On the fringes of Mumbai, in what’s known as Navi or New Mumbai, lies Mahape. One of the 226-odd functional industrial areas chalked out by the Maharashtra Industrial Corporation (MIDC) in the state is sprawled over this suburb.


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December 12, 2007
Stereotypes are easy to form but notoriously hard to break. So, when one thinks of the typical Chennai man, the image that most comes to mind is of one dressed in veshti, vibhuti smeared across his forehead, extremely conservative in his outlook and, of course, partial to rice—with sambar, ideally.


Amit Mukherjee
December 12, 2007
India Inc. is in the growth mode. The massive opportunity has, however, brought along excessive workload and unrealistic targets. Result: the workforce is falling prey to burnout.


Anand Adhikari
December 11, 2007
India's GeNext male may still have conservative social values, but when it comes to spending money, he's as avant garde as they come.


Rahul Sachitanand
December 10, 2007
This is for those who claim that the IT sector provides jobs only to a handful of Indians. New estimates say the Indian IT sector is expected to overtake manufacturing as the largest employer in the organised sector.


Saumya Bhattacharya
November 27, 2007
When 24-year-old Arvind Nagasayanam preferred Huawei China over a stint in the US in 2001, most of his peers raised an incredulous eyebrow. Not without reason, though.


Anusha Subramanian
November 27, 2007
The booming infrastructure and manufacturing sectors have helped these multinationals maintain their impressive standing.


By K.R. Balasubramanyam
November 14, 2007
When Dr Aloma Lobo, a paediatrician in Bangalore, decided to adopt her first daughter 28 years ago, it took her no time to bring Trishia home. In the next 20 years, she adopted two more daughters, Lee and Nisha.


By Amit Mukherjee
October 30, 2007
A recent survey by US firm PayScale says Masters degree holders in pure science streams, engineers and even Science and Commerce graduates are fast closing the gap and, in some cases, even earning more than management grads.


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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October 26, 2007
Six months of survey and analysis, 94 final participants, and hundreds of days of reporting is what it took to bring you stories of India's best employers. Best companies in pictures


Shalini S Dagar
October 17, 2007
India Inc. is tweaking its equity-linked incentives. The aim: To make them work both for the critical talent as well as themselves.


By Kushan Mitra
October 5, 2007
M&M’s Axe prototype is every bit as versatile as the iconic US Army carrier.


By Kushan Mitra
October 5, 2007
M&M’s Axe prototype is every bit as versatile as the iconic US Army carrier.


By Anusha Subramanian
October 5, 2007
Home entertainment has come a long way from the days of Doordarshan to the age of satellite television (Cable TV) and now DTH (Direct-to-Home) and Internet Protocol TV (IPTV).


By Rishi Joshi
October 4, 2007
An appreciating rupee, rising wage costs, and potential withdrawal of tax breaks (not to mention a slowdown in the US) are coming together to create the worst ever conditions for Indian IT. What is the industry to do?


By Tejeesh N.S. Behl
October 3, 2007
From contract farmers to corporate yuppies and even engineers, everyone is clambering on to the winewagon.


By E. Kumar Sharma
September 24, 2007
The excitement and glamour of advertising is luring professionals from the unlikeliest of fields. Dumping their “safe” jobs and (often) better remunerations, doctors, IT consultants, hospitality industry professionals and rural marketers are all heading to the organised chaos of advertising.


By Rahul Sachitanand
September 21, 2007
As people pressures have intensified (Infosys’s attrition went up by 2 per cent to 13.7 per cent in the first quarter of 2007-08), the IT industry is beginning to expand the breadth of its hiring to include plain vanilla science, commerce and humanities grads.


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