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March 31, 2008
Barriers to innovation remain, but the most innovative companies have realised that \"innovation\" is not just about developing new products and services but, more fundamentally, about discovering new ways to create value. A Business Today-Monitor Group study profiles the most innovative Indian firms.


Krishna Gopalan
March 17, 2008
Jain Irrigation Systems is the second-largest drip irrigation company in the world and one of the largest suppliers of ducting to telcos globally. The stock of Jain Irrigation Systems rose from Rs 411.10 on February 28, 2007, when Chidambaram presented his first “pro-farmer” Budget, to Rs 612.8 on March 13, 2008, a fortnight after the second such Budget. Now, it’s eyeing revenues of $1 billion. BT's Krishna Gopalan reports.


Shalini S. Dagar
February 20, 2008
The economy is slowing down, foreign investors have turned wary, and there is an election to be won next year. So, will Finance Minister P. Chidambaram script Budget 2008 for votes or growth? Shalini S. Dagar tells us what we can expect this year.  Full coverage: Budget 2008-09


Rahul Sachitanand
February 5, 2008
Will multiple roadblocks slow the growth of booming BPO market?


Rahul Sachitanand
January 9, 2008
As the Chairman and CEO of the $35 billion PepsiCo, Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi, 52, has her hands full, even though she is visiting her hometown for a vacation. In a free-wheeling interview with Rahul Sachitanand, she discusses her plans for PepsiCo, the industry and even her beloved baseball team, the New York Yankees.


www.businesstoday.in
December 26, 2007
India’s challenges are numerous and it, therefore, requires not a few but many leaders to address the myriad problems.


www.businesstoday.in
December 23, 2007
India, Today, presents a picture of the best and the worst scenarios for women who constitute 48 per cent of its population. More and more women are making their mark in all spheres of life.


www.businesstoday.in
December 23, 2007
A friend and I were engaged in a discussion on education. I was onto my usual argument. That education is an important tool for individual development and for social progress.


www.businesstoday.in
December 23, 2007
Our youth leaders must establish themselves more as ideating ones rather than as iconics.


Rishi Joshi
December 23, 2007
Datta decided to devote her life to social causes, and particularly those related to empowerment of women and the underprivileged, in the backward district of Kumaon.


www.businesstoday.in
November 14, 2007
India is on the threshold of a retail revolution. In fact, it has, in some segments, already traversed some way down that path.


Shalini S. Dagar
November 13, 2007
Taking advantage of an upbeat economy the central government has launched or revamped major schemes aimed at rural India. But have they really worked for the aam aadmi? Shalini S. Dagar finds out.


By Shalini S. Dagar
October 29, 2007
Last fortnight, even as foreign institutional investors were nervously waffling at the door, wondering whether to enter or not, there were two reaffirmations of the India growth story, if ever that was needed.


www.businesstoday.in
October 26, 2007
Six months of survey and analysis, 94 final participants, and hundreds of days of reporting is what it took to bring you stories of India's best employers. Best companies in pictures


www.businesstoday.in
October 4, 2007
Consumers always hunt for bargains and switch brands faster than they hit store shelves. It is a brave task to stand apart. Our fourth annual listing of best marketers brings a list of marketers who know consmers the best.


By Krishna Gopalan
September 10, 2007
These are people who turned their backs on successful and cosy corporate careers to chart out their own future.


By Rishi Joshi
September 10, 2007
Delhi's two best-known B-schools, FMS and IIFT, have dropped in our rankings. But that's not because they have gotten any worse; it's just that their competitors have become better.


By Kushan Mitra
August 30, 2007
How software giant Microsoft and a few others are working to make computing affordable and relevant to India's poor.


By Ritwik Mukherjee
August 30, 2007
B.K. Birla, the grand old man of the Birla clan, prefers to maintain a low profile.


By Kapil Bajaj
August 29, 2007
For higher studies, don't ponder over the money situation. Education loans are handy, and cheap.


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