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Kundan Kishore
New Delhi, March 5, 2018
Have markets become more volatile or are they witnessing a minor correction that will bring the stocks down to comfortable valuation levels?


Jinsy Mathew
April 7, 2016
Is your retirement plan on track?


Taslima Khan
April 6, 2015
I have about 20-odd investments, 15 of which are small investments. There are only five or six which have significant investments. If they do well, I will end up making moner, says  SRI Capital's Sashi Reddi. 


Ajita Shashidhar
February 24, 2015
Peers describe TPG's Vish Narain as a smart investor and a great leader.


Taslima Khan
May 16, 2014
Narendra Modi is known as a business-friendly politician but whether he has any well-defined policies in mind to promote start-ups is not yet known. However, what entrepreneurs care about is the stability of the next government, no matter who is heading it.


Suman Layak and Geetanjali Shukla
November 21, 2011
In an exclusive interview fuelled by wine and cigars, Vijay Mallya puts up a spirited defence of Kingfisher Airlines and says two rivals are trying to ground him.


www.businesstoday.in
May 24, 2010
The recent changes in the financial services sector have left investors confused about their long-term strategies. The fourth Money Today Round Table on mutual funds asked six experts about ways to restrategise. The panel included Vikramaaditya, Director and CEO, HSBC Asset Management (India); Vikaas M. Sachdeva, Country Head, Business Development, Bharti AXA Investment Managers; I.V. Subramaniam, Director and CIO, Quantum Advisors; Rajesh Krishnamoorthy, MD, iFAST Financial India; Yateesh Srivastava, CMO, Aegon Religare Life Insurance, and Kartik Jhaveri, Director, Transcend Consulting.


Narayan Krishnamurthy
November 29, 2008
Fund houses are facing redemption pressure. We look at what triggered the current turmoil and why mutual funds are biased against retail investors.Shaken and stirredThe new rules of the gameFear & loathing on MF street


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.


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