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Satya Sheel
April 28, 2021
He loved rabri, kachnar ka raita, his children, swanjana ki phali, his grandchildren, old Hindi film songs and tinke wali kulfi, not necessarily in that order


Sumant Banerji
April 26, 2021
Often referred to as the Lee Iacocca of motown in India, Khattar is credited with rebuilding Maruti into a strong and independent company that enjoys an enviable hold in India's passenger vehicle market


Chanchal Pal Chauhan
Delhi, July 17, 2017
What went wrong? Honda was a company with strong brand equity, known for its attention to quality and stylish, technology-driven products which enabled it to command a premium over competitors. How did it fritter away the early goodwill? Can it make a comeback?


Chanchal Pal Chauhan
New Delhi, May 27, 2017
Customers are clueless and dealers furious as GM cuts its losses and decides to withdraw from India.


Suveen Sinha
March 11, 2015
Of all the MNCs that entered the Indian car market in the last 20 years, only Hyundai has cracked it. But it is still a long way away from catching up with Maruti.


Suveen Sinha and Sunny Sen
March 12, 2014
Fuelled by five years of disappointment, Ratan Tata's little car wants to erase its 'cheap' past for a 'smart city' future. The Tata Motors pavilion at February's Auto Expo displayed a Nano with automatic manual transmission.


Suveen K. Sinha
September 11, 2013
Nobody likes the quadricycle. But its maker Rajiv Bajaj doesn't care. He never did, as he built a company in defiance of what others, including his father, thought.


Kushan Mitra
October 9, 2010
The used car market in India is growing faster than the new car market and a clutch of companies is gearing up to take advantage of it.


Kushan Mitra
July 22, 2010
India's No. 1 carmaker Maruti has proved marketing purists wrong by successfully managing multiple brands in similar price points.


www.businesstoday.in
December 10, 2007
“These brands (Land Rover and Jaguar) can be very valuable for someone who knows how to manage them, and a big problem for those who don’t.\"


By Amit Mukherjee
September 10, 2007
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe recently visited India with a delegation of 200 CEOs. On his agenda were plans to develop the $90-billion Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor. Will this result in a torrent of Japanese FDI in India?


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