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T.V. Mahalingam
August 18, 2008
Mumbai might be the maximum city with most people surveyed voting for it as the best city to do business in, but it’s among the toughest cities to live in.


www.businesstoday.in
August 6, 2008
The last few years have conclusively demonstrated that the long-term structural story of India has changed for the better. And as India muscles its way into the developed world over the next decade, the more it will need world-class infrastructural support.


www.businesstoday.in
August 6, 2008
Tarun Khanna, Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor at Harvard Business School (HBS) suggested that the growth of entrepreneurship in India and China could actually “help both countries get out of the mess they are in and solve problems that governments have failed to over the last 40 years


www.businesstoday.in
August 5, 2008
Our fifth annual survey of the companies who have managed to put a smile on their shareholders’ faces and delighted them the most.


www.businesstoday.in
July 24, 2008
While the grant and subsidy culture distorts markets (and disincentivises the small producers from standing on their own feet and becoming savvier), the government interventions have also done a bad job of linking the rural producers with markets.


www.businesstoday.in
July 24, 2008
Don’t touch my wallet” (BT cover story, July 27) was a timely reminder of the inflationary crisis that is upon us. But what is different this time around is the level of our preparedness and our ability to tackle this hydra-headed monster.


Shalini S. Dagar
July 23, 2008
Private services providers are finding gaps, plugging them and growing decent businesses in the process. Many of them aspire to be at least a billion-dollar big in the next few years. Flawless execution, however, will remain the key to realising these dreams.


www.businesstoday.in
July 10, 2008
If you are one of India’s middle class consumers, chances are you are beginning to tighten your pursestrings. After all, we’ve gone from ‘India Unstoppable’ to ‘India Plummeting’ in just a few months.


www.businesstoday.in
July 10, 2008
The BT-Nielsen ranking of India’s top business schools (BT, July 13) highlights the state of B-school education in the country. Barring the top dozen B-schools or so, and these include the IIMs, there are not enough quality management schools in India.


Rohit Viswanath
July 8, 2008
The Manmohan Singh government’s performance can, at best, be labelled ‘middling’. With general elections due within the next 6-8 months, we take a look at the UPA's report card.


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


www.businesstoday.in
June 26, 2008
At last count, there were more than 1,400 regulated business schools (B-schools) in India. If that number looks suspiciously big, it’s because more than 95 per cent of them don’t really matter. Why the number of B-schools is growing and why almost all of them continue to be in business is explained by a growing demand for management education in the country.


www.businesstoday.in
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.


www.businesstoday.in
June 23, 2008
Will they be able to ramp up revenues five-fold to $50 billion by 2012? BT-Nasscom round table finds the answer.


www.businesstoday.in
June 11, 2008
Several studies reflect this skills gap. An IT industry study found that only one out of four engineering graduates is employable. This is scary and needs to be addressed on a war footing.


www.businesstoday.in
June 11, 2008
It is truly the beginning of good times for the Indian consumer. The entry of big players into retail will establish the consumers’ sovereignty. Small retailers simply cannot match the variety of offerings that organised retail promises.


Kushan Mitra
June 11, 2008
The civil aviation industry in India is neck-deep in trouble. India’s airlines lost Rs 4,000 crore last year and may lose more this year. A couple of airlines may even go under. How did fortunes suddenly turn in an industry that was witnessing 20 per cent passenger growth till as recently as six months ago? Kushan Mitra finds out. Tax cuts may give respite to aviation sector: PatelPricing tickets below costs should stop: Goyal


Shalini S. Dagar and Shammi Pande
June 10, 2008
Better returns to workers is one reason why pension management in the country needs sweeping reforms. Inadequate coverage is another. A report.


www.businesstoday.in
June 10, 2008
Thirty-three years after he dropped out of Harvard in his first year and founded Microsoft, William Gates III, 53, better known as Bill Gates, will finally cut his day-to-day ties with the company he started with childhood friend Paul Allen.


Kushan Mitra
May 29, 2008
What you see at the petrol pump is the finished product of a very long journey, and one where lots of cost gets added. We take a look at the journey.


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