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E. Kumar Sharma
October 26, 2012
Indian companies have come a long way since 1959, when industrialist Basant Kumar Birla set up the first major venture by an Indian company in a foreign country - a textile mill in Ethiopia.


Suveen K. Sinha
June 27, 2012
In an uncertain economy, Suveen K. Sinha unearths boutique investment banks which are proving better at sealing deals than the big ones. It is not just the lower expenses that make them click with clients. All six that BT spoke to insisted that their clients loved them because they were always there for the clients.


Suman Layak and Geetanjali Shukla
April 12, 2012
Harsh Goenka, chairman, RPG Enterprises, in a free-wheeling, nearly two-hour-long, chat with Business Today's Suman Layak and Geetanjali Shukla discusses his companies' overseas plans.


N. Madhavan
April 15, 2012
From the farm to the factory, every link in the cotton supply chain is struggling. The responsibility for this mess lies with the government.


Nilav Bose and Sanjeev Mehra
March 28, 2012
This case study, by the London School of Business, explores the problems the company faced and how it continues to tackle the challenges.


IANS
Chennai, November 30, 2011
\"The venue for the protest fast is where normally political and other meetings are held. The police have denied permission to us,\" R.Sridhar, HMIEU general secretary, told IANS.


IANS
Kolkata, November 13, 2011
Middle East countries are major importers of India tea. But the amount of export to the region is down this year due to political turmoil in countries like Libya and Syria.


PTI
Mumbai, December 17, 2010
Besides the Tatas, a number of other Indian companies are also looking to ramp up their business, as the two countries have set a $100-bn target for bilateral trade.


Anand Adhikari
March 2, 2010
Industrial production may be up smartly, but with some crucial sectors still languishing, a full-fledged recovery may be some time away.


Shamni Pande
March 5, 2009
In businesses, big or small, ranging from manufacturing to music, the fight for intellectual property is getting intense. Neglect it and you could be out of business.


Kapil Bajaj
July 22, 2008
Handicraft retailer Fabindia is turning thousands of its supplier-artisans into shareholders in a unique experiment that seeks to empower and enrich some of India’s poorest people. \"Supplier-region companies\" set up across India by the Rs 260-crore retailer are part of this ambitious programme. Kapil Bajaj reports.


www.businesstoday.in
April 16, 2008
Tirupur’s textile industry is slowly, but surely, leaving its knotty past behind, discovers Rahul Sachitanand.


K. R. Balasubramanyam
March 19, 2008
India has traditionally been a tea drinking market. But over the last decade, coffee has made steady inroads into the popular consciousness. It is fast emerging as the beverage of choice for a larger number of the GenNext consumers, and a number of home-grown entrepreneurs is riding this trend to fame and fortune. BT's K. R. Balasubramanyam finds out.


Rishi Joshi
November 14, 2007
Millions of jobs in the manufacturing sector could vanish due to the dearer rupee hitting exporters across industries. Will things get worse before they get better?


By Ritwik Mukherjee, Tejaswi Rathore & Anumeha Chaturvedi
November 14, 2007
Who needs a Roman Holiday? Hop on for a royal ride or go tiger spotting in the land of the Maharajas. Better still soothe your senses amidst the tranquil backwaters of God’s Own Country.


By Nitya Varadarajan
September 3, 2007
The promoters at Murugappa have returned to the helm at a time when group revenues have topped $2 billion, but the market cap has taken a big hit. The challenge is obvious.


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