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PTI
New York, September 17, 2010
The profits jumped tp $1.35 billion for June-August quarter, driven by strong growth in the technology giant's software and hardware businesses.


PTI
Beijing, September 9, 2010
Thirty one Chinese and joint-venture operators, including Baidu.com and Sina.com, get Internet map service licence from State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping.


Kushan Mitra, Manu Kaushik and Rahul Sachitanand
September 6, 2010
The answer, the telecom ecosystem tells us, is yes. In India access to a phone service, 3G and BWA services promise millions and millions of Indians their first high-speed Internet and data experience.


Rakesh Rai
November 29, 2008
Given the downturn in the economy and the real estate sector, the realty companies are rushing to diversify in unrelated areas.


Narayan Krishnamurthy
November 14, 2008
Small businesses can’t solve all their problems. But in order to survive, they should ensure that they are not caught off-guard.


Puja Mehra
July 22, 2010
Sikkim is making sports betting legal in India for the first time but the odds of the multi-billion dollar business spreading to other states are slim.


Kushan Mitra
June 22, 2010
Most of India's smaller cities remain on the fringes of the aviation boom. Regional airlines have been non-starters in India, unlike in Europe, the United States and even China.


Suman Layak
May 26, 2010
But education is just one of the new-age businesses that this flamboyant Birla scion has zeroed in on. With forays in sectors ranging from health care and wellness to solar power, the 43-year-old is out to prove that he means business. And yearns for growth.


Shamni Pande, Suman Layak, K.R. Balasubramanyam and Anusha Subramanian
February 15, 2010
Most of them started from the bottom, and today under the eagle supervision of senior family members, a whole host of inheritors is pulling out all stops to earn their spurs.


Rohit Saran
March 7, 2010
Today's young inheritors of business-a large number of whom have taken guard in the past one year as the 3rd or 4th generation of their family businesses-are faced with unprecedented opportunities.


Suman Layak with Dhiman Chattopadhyay and Anusha Subramanian
February 15, 2010
Pre-liberalisation they constituted the top tier of Indian business, only to flounder in a more competitive marketplace. Now their NextGen is attempting to come back by riding on new-found opportunities.


Rahul Sachitanand and Anusha Subramanian
December 11, 2009
A new generation of entrepreneurs is at work across India, but several parts of the ecosystem need to be put in place to ensure their success.


Arvind Singhal
September 17, 2009
The new “middle class” entrepreneurs are, in many ways, more “genuine” entrepreneurs, since most of them are starting out in a field that is much more level than ever, and hence the competitive landscape for them is also much more challenging.


Suman Layak
June 17, 2009
A clutch of Indian conglomerates is keen to grab a piece of the Indian defence pie. So, what’s stopping them?


Puja Mehra
May 28, 2009
Resolve, right men and revenue are the three Rs that can set the economy on fast track. Here's how fixing the three Rs can help the UPA redeem itself as an economic administrator of excellence. Puja Mehra writes.


Suman Layak & Puja Mehra
February 5, 2009
Business Today takes a peek into the inscrutable Indian operations of the global Big Four. Do they deserve the flak they’ve come in for in the wake of the Satyam fraud? Yes and no. Suman Layak & Puja Mehra go into the details. The big 4Big cheese Vs small frySome don’t like it bigThe problem withinThe bloodhounds of bookkeeping


Kushan Mitra
November 13, 2008
The Mittal brothers are giving the conglomerate a makeover.


www.businesstoday.in
August 6, 2008
A 3G policy gives telecom players something to look forward to.  The telecom companies are betting on 3G’s far more efficient net-works to handle the growth of voice telephony, which is expected to reach 750 million Indians by 2011.


N. Madhavan
June 11, 2008
Elgi Equipments, the second-largest player in the Indian air compressor market and a leader in the reciprocating compressor segment is not happy being a 'big fish in a small pond'. So, it is mastering the technology, tweaking its production processes and quality levels to foray into the global market. N. Madhavan reports.


Shalini S. Dagar
May 28, 2008
Quietly, Malvinder and Shivinder have built a clutch of businesses from healthcare to financial services that is already worth more than a fifth of their flagship, Ranbaxy. How big can their non pharma empire get? BT's Shalini S. Dagar finds out. Ranbaxy Laboratories: Clinical precisionGoing for growth: Malvinder Mohan Singh


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