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E. Kumar Sharma
October 23, 2009
ITC is prototyping a new script for its e-Choupal initiative to take engagement with farmers to the next level-co-creating with farmers and harnessing their entrepreneurship.


Arvind Singhal
September 17, 2009
The new “middle class” entrepreneurs are, in many ways, more “genuine” entrepreneurs, since most of them are starting out in a field that is much more level than ever, and hence the competitive landscape for them is also much more challenging.


Manu Kaushik
September 17, 2009
The turning point came when McDonald’s India chose Cremica as its sole supplier of sesame buns, liquid condiments, batter and breading.


Rishi Joshi and Manu Kaushik
July 21, 2009
There's growing evidence that imports from China may actually be helping the Indian industry-big and small-in manufacturing better quality products or products they earlier couldn't make.


Nitya Varadarajan
July 3, 2009
The eldest daughter of the Apollo Hospitals’ founder is named his successor. Can she continue his dream run?


www.businesstoday.in
May 21, 2009
While India’s Global Powerhouses offers an interesting collection of business experiences, it fails to examine why Indian firms are unable to become truly global players, says Gita Piramal.


www.businesstoday.in
March 19, 2009
We enlisted some help—probably the most qualified voices on the restaurant scene in India. A panel of dedicated foodies and restaurateurs.


Kushan Mitra
March 19, 2009
The story behind made-in-India MacFries is an epic in the annals of potato farming and took almost a decade to script. The nine-year saga is full of heartbreak and pain, but it is also a remarkable success of agronomy in India. Kushan Mitra goes into the details.


www.businesstoday.in
February 19, 2009
Strategies to fight the downturn can be effective only if they are communicated well to the employees. Here’s how a few companies are doing it.


N. Madhavan
November 27, 2008
After a prolonged period of good times, it is time to tighten your purse strings. BT tells how.


Shalini S. Dagar
October 2, 2008
Ranbaxy gets on the wrong side of regulatory bodies.


Anumeha Chaturvedi And Rachit Goswami
September 4, 2008
You want great food without the stiffness, a place you can hang out and relax? There are two great new options in Delhi and Mumbai.


Rahul Sachitanand, Ritwik Mukherjee, Anumeha Chaturvedi, Nitya Varadarajan and Deepti Khanna Bose
June 25, 2008
Craving for a Pizza Margherita or a Pasta a la Puttanesca that tastes just like the wonderful dish you had in Florence? Here is where you should have your next affair with Italian food.


www.businesstoday.in
June 10, 2008
“The cost of energy is going to be higher. We have to bite the bullet as far as that is concerned”George Soros, billionaire investor and philanthropist, in Forbes.com


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May 28, 2008



Kapil Bajaj
May 27, 2008
In its otherwise dismal track record in education, the Government of India’s Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas are proving to be the passport out of poverty for thousands of underprivileged children. BT's Kapil Bajaj talks to some of the alumni. In slideshow: Success stories from JNV


Anand Adhikari
May 14, 2008
Organised food retailing is going to be huge, but it will be nothing without a back end, and a backbone. That’s where the logistics sector comes into play—right from state-of-the-art warehouses to the entire gamut of cold chain infrastructure. BT's Anand Adhikari says that companies in India and abroad have shown a keen interest to invest in this sector.


Kushan Mitra, Ritwik Mukherjee and E. Kumar Sharma
March 5, 2008
The entry of new players is changing the rules of the game for construction industry workers.


Mahesh Nayak
March 5, 2008
Led by a CEO who joined the company as a junior engineer 43 years ago, L&T is set to become India’s first professionally-managed Indian multinational.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
February 6, 2008
Alfred Tesseron is a member of Les Cinq, the five cháteau owners from Bordeaux who travel the world promoting their wines. He explains why people of different age groups prefer different vintages and tells you how to choose a red wine that suits your palate and your pocket.


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