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PTI
Dubai, July 19, 2014
\"The Budget of 2014-15 affirms the vision of the government to bring about all-round development in the country, with emphasis on manufacturing, job creation, and skill development,\" said NMC Healthcare CEO BR Shetty said.


Goutam Das
Delhi, June 28, 2014
'Smart' factories combine automation, new processes, industrial Internet and Big Data. Besides the improvement in productivity, another reason that is prompting both MNCs and Indian companies to opt for automation is the high quality and precision that modern machines offer.


E. Kumar Sharma
February 11, 2014
In an exclusive interview with Business Today, Margaret Hamburg says companies must instill and maintain quality practices so they remain compliant with the FDA's requirements. This commitment to quality manufacturing must be accepted by everyone involved - from top CEOs to the foremen to line workers.


www.businesstoday.in
January 2, 2014
Vijay Govindarajan says India has 750,000 doctors and 1.1 million nurses, yet practitioner density is about one-fourth that of America and less than half that of China. And there is a severe shortage of hospital beds and medical facilities.


PTI
Mumbai, November 28, 2013
Indian as well as multinational pharmaceutical companies are likely to create more jobs in 2014 on the back of expected double digit growth in the key sector, according to industry experts.


www.businesstoday.in
October 19, 2013
Eleanor Catton (right), 28-year old author from New Zealand, won the Man Booker prize 2013 for her novel, The Luminaries. She is the youngest to win the coveted literary prize. The sole Indian-origin author competing, Jhumpa Lahiri, lost out.


PTI
Washington, October 2, 2013
With both Democrats and Republicans sticking to their stands on a new budget pushing the shutdown into the second day, President Barack Obama has blamed a \"reckless\" opposition for the latest financial crisis that has forced up to one million workers off the job.


PTI
New Delhi, October 1, 2013
\"The shutdown of the US government will certainly hit Indian exports because of crippling of the trade facilities at the ports and airports,\" Assocham President Rana Kapoor said.


Swati A. Piramal
June 4, 2013
Swati A. Piramal, Vice Chairperson, Piramal Enterprises says integrity is vital in any health-care business, where we are saving lives when patients use our medicines.


E. Kumar Sharma and Chaitanya Kalbag
June 4, 2013
The pharma major is still to get its Paonta Sahib and Dewas units back on track for inspection and approval by the FDA so that it can resume supplies to the US from these facilities.


Team BT
June 20, 2012
Is the economy chugging along or nearly stalled? Depends on how you look at it.


www.businesstoday.in
February 1, 2012
This year, the World Economic Forum attracted over 2,500 businessmen, economists and policy makers from around the world, including a sizeable group from India.


Business Today Team
January 16, 2012
The 19 of India's best-performing CEOs, who through long stints shepherded a range of companies in sectors as diverse as manufacturing, banking, fast-moving consumer goods, media, automobiles, pharmaceuticals and energy.


Dr Abhay Bang
December 20, 2011
The country is in poor health, and private hospitals can do little to improve it.


Ajay Vir Jakhar
December 20, 2011
Farmers are getting a very raw deal. Much has to change for them to thrive.


www.businesstoday.in
November 25, 2011
India's growth is creating jobs like never before. Ashok Reddy, MD, TeamLease Services, looks at sectors likely to emerge as the largest employers in the near future.


Shweta Punj
August 30, 2011
Doctor-turned businesswoman Swati Piramal runs Piramal Healthcare with a smile - and quiet resolve.


Taslima Khan
July 21, 2011
Indians who have studied or worked in the US are coming back home in hordes to become entrepreneurs. Simple business ideas are more likely to work here than in the US.


Rahul Sachitanand
April 21, 2011
India's teleradiology companies, which decipher scans and X-rays from across the world, are thriving, but they need to spot the next growth curve.


Anuradha Shukla
New Delhi, March 3, 2011
Commerce minister Anand Sharma declared that in the next five years India will require $1 trillion investment in modernising and upgrading its infrastructural facilities.


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