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Rahul Sachitanand
January 8, 2009
Its open and invigorating work environment keeps Microsoft India at the top. But the company has some HR challenges to meet.


Rahul Sachitanand
January 8, 2009
In a market where big companies and brands are seen as the best employers, iGate Global Solutions has flown below the radar, jumped four places in this survey, to emerge as the second-best employer.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
BT culled India’s top-selling business books of 2008 from the country’s leading publishers. The result was an eclectic mix that ranged from management tips dispensed by global gurus to studies on consumer behaviour.


Saumya Bhattacharya & Tejaswi Shekhawat
December 25, 2008
While the good old rules of work, such as high aptitude for learning, innovative mindset and sound functional knowledge never went out of fashion, this is the time to go the extra mile to stick to them. Report by Saumya Bhattacharya & Tejaswi Shekhawat.


Rajiv Rao
December 25, 2008
Industry observers say that India Inc. is in much worse shape than it currently appears. Bloated with debt and hobbled by a severe slowdown, Indian firms need rapid cash generation.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
Layoffs are inevitable in 2009, but the slowdown may be a great opportunity to hire quality talent at reasonable terms.


Sharadh Manian
December 25, 2008
Students are no longer worried about the pay-packet being offered, but whether the campus recruiters will appear with a mandate to recruit, says Sharadh Manian.


Saumya Bhattacharya
December 25, 2008
Barring a few, virtually every sector is cutting down on hiring. It will be a long winter for jobs and wages in 2009.


Anusha Subramanian
December 11, 2008
The devastating terror attacks on several Mumbai landmarks have taken the wind out of the economy and forced many foreign businesses to temporarily shun India. But one sector has never had it so good: the security industry. While most Indian companies are facing bleak times, security firms are having their day in the sun. Anusha Subramanian reports.


Anusha Subramanian and Tejeesh N.S. Behl
December 11, 2008
The Mumbai terror attacks punctured business sentiment already deflated by a spreading slowdown. The economic stimulus now needed is not just of liquidity but of foolproof security and targeted expenditure.


www.businesstoday.in
December 11, 2008
India is in the grip of a slowdown and at a time when virtually every sector is cutting down on hirings, insurance seems to be standing its ground. What’s more, the Mumbai terror attack, and the ones before it, will only increase the demand for insurance.  Manu Kaushik reports.


Manu Kaushik
November 27, 2008



Saumya Bhattacharya
November 27, 2008
As corporate India goes through this fundamental shift, how is it impacting the job market? One hint: downsizing isn’t the key objective, at least not as yet.


www.businesstoday.in
November 27, 2008
Biyani unveils his newest gambit in the consumption space.


Suman Layak
November 27, 2008
Reliance Infrastructure, the oldest among the ADAG companies, with the legacy of Bombay Suburban Electric Supply, is trying to build itself a new future in difficult times. 


www.businesstoday.in
November 13, 2008
Sanjeev Bikhchandani, Founder & CEO of Info Edge (naukri.com) and Deep Kalra, Founder & CEO, makemytrip.com, are in an enviable situation.


www.businesstoday.in
November 13, 2008
Credit analysts and risk managers are in demand.


www.businesstoday.in
November 13, 2008
Recent developments in the US financial markets have had a direct impact on other sectors and countries across the world. Economies like India’s are slightly more insulated than others owing to the tight regulatory environment.


Puja Mehra and Tejeesh N.S. Behl
October 30, 2008
Jet Airways chairman Naresh Goyal’s very public outburst of emotion on October 16 when he revoked his company’s decision to lay off 1,900 employees was relevant both for what he said and what he did not—or could not.


www.businesstoday.in
October 30, 2008
Richard “Rick” Rashid runs Microsoft Research, the software giant’s crack 850-person unit, and has overseen breakthrough research in the areas of e-commerce, Internet and online products and its ubiquitous Office software. An avid science fiction fan and Star Trek junkie, Rashid met Rahul Sachitanand during his recent trip to Bangalore. Excerpts from an interview:


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