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By Devangshu Datta and Sanjeev Sinha
July 9, 2007
Few investors are willing to put their money in companies that are doing badly or in new-fangled business ideas. But such investments can be very rewarding.


Suman Layak
July 21, 2010
Conglomerates as well as smaller players backed by dollops of private equity are investing big bucks in processing food and taking it to the consumer.


Rahul Sachitanand
June 9, 2010
Most of our earlier start-up listers thrive, except for a few that stumbled.


Virat Markandeya and Josey Puliyenthuruthel
May 26, 2010
Applied Materials is the world's biggest solutions and equipment provider to the solar photovoltaic manufacturing industry. That vantage position gives Michael Splinter, Chairman and CEO of the $5-billion (fiscal 2009 revenues) company, a unique view of an industry in a tearing phase of growth worldwide.


Anand Adhikari
March 31, 2010
A bevy of new businesses is raising money from the primary markets. As an investor, you can choose to be adventurous but after lots of diligence.


www.businesstoday.in
March 3, 2010
Here's a look at the people, places and products doing the rounds these days.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
March 2, 2010
Tiny, stand-alone power plants are powering village after village in India with rural folk willing to pay what it takes for assured electricity.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay and Anusha Subramanian
February 2, 2010
SRK isn't just a superstar on the silver screen. He's poised to rub shoulders with the best of India Inc by scaling up an empire that extends from film-making to visual effects to cricket.


www.businesstoday.in
November 13, 2009
The recession, downturn or whatever you call it, has dented most kinds of lists - lists of billionaires, lists of most valuable companies, lists of top recruiters and so on.


Shamni Pande
October 23, 2009
At a time when the economy was hit by a global slowdown, there are some who have clambered up on top of the game: As the country’s best marketers. What challenges did they have to overcome? And what was the outcome of their strategies?


www.businesstoday.in
June 9, 2009
However, it scores a distant 11th in the ‘Life after Work’ index — not because of a lack of malls, restaurants or movie theatres of which it has plenty — but because of its shoddy roads and inconsistent power supply.


www.businesstoday.in
May 28, 2009
Our fifth annual listing of companies that are hip and happening. This listing is not an “objective” one made by researchers poring over data.


Anusha Subramanian
May 21, 2009
Taking small but sure steps, Disney is pursuing its long-term plan to become the most sought-after family entertainment brand in India.


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.


Anand Adhikari
February 19, 2009
India Inc. faces an internal acid test, as bosses and managers try to help GenX graduate from fairy tales to real life. Anand Adhikari writes. Job loss: Are you next?5 Lakh to 50 LakhThere’s life after layoff...Time to talkCampus droughtUnited we standVeterans in the downturn


Mallika Rao
December 25, 2008
Your mini-magazine at the front with everything you need this month from events, luxury, arts and culture to cars, tech and how to sign up tiger woods...


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
What’s new and what’s happening this month.


www.businesstoday.in
October 30, 2008
Moser Baer’s aggressive marketing and technological edge have made it the market leader in the home video market.


Shamni Pande and Anusha Subramanian
October 2, 2008
PE activity in media and entertainment has picked up speed this year.


Suman Layak
September 18, 2008
Indian IT firms have largely given products the miss. But now, a host of start-ups are aggressively launching innovative products that are finding a ready market. Can an Indian company one day launch an MS Word? Suman Layak finds out.


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