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Rajat K. Gupta
December 23, 2007
Over the last four years of historic economic growth, leaders in India have realised that to emerge as a global economic superpower, it is imperative to make investments in building the country's social fabric-in particular education and healthcare.


Nitya Varadarajan
December 21, 2007
When you buy children’s insurance, keep your goal and her needs in mind.


Mahesh Nayak
December 12, 2007
UTI AMC is set to become the first Indian asset management company to list on the stock exchanges. The oncebeleagured company has ridden the stock boom to turn around. The question now is: will listing change its future course?


Kapil Bajaj
November 28, 2007
A large population and pent-up demand are fuelling the growth of health insurance in India, but commercial health insurance is still some way from becoming a profitable business.


Nitya Varadarajan
November 28, 2007
Why you don’t need to worry about taxes if you make the right investments.


By Nitya Varadarajan
November 13, 2007
Before the Stock market boom and until unit linked insurance policies (ULIPs) came on the scene, money-back policies were preferred by buyers who planned for the various milestones in their lives.


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


By Nitya Varadarajan
October 17, 2007
When V. Jayaprakash, 44, was driving down to work on his two-wheeler, somebody suddenly cut across the road, forcing him to brake hard. But in avoiding the person, Jayaprakash’s vehicle skidded and he fell and broke his nose.


By Nitya Varadarajan
October 17, 2007
ULIPS are growing in popularity as they are more profitable for insurance companies. New insurance schemes are being launched regularly.


By Anand Adhikari
October 3, 2007
ICICI Prudential and Bajaj Allianz are the two largest private life insurers in India and both are expanding furiously. The former leads on some parameters and the latter on some others. For now, the race is too close to call.


By Nitya Varadarajan
September 24, 2007
Till about 2001, life insurance Corporation of India had a pension plan with tons of benefits for retirees. Jeevan Suraksha offered guaranteed returns as pension, reducing the ‘uncertainty’ of income in an otherwise uncertain period of one’s life.


By Rahul Sachitanand
September 24, 2007
Listings are horribly hard to put together. This one is more so. For one, how does one measure power? For another, when there are so many talented and successful women in Indian business, how does one zero in on the 25 most powerful? The first question is relatively easy to answer.


By Anand Adhikari
September 24, 2007
There are eight new names on this year's list of Power 25. Their stories are anything but typical.


By Saumya Bhattacharya
September 3, 2007
Drink, be merry and, while you are at it, make some money. It's early days yet, but wines are spicing up the investment space.


By Nitya Varadarjan
August 31, 2007
For the first time, there is an endowment plan that combines three features.


www.businesstoday.in
August 30, 2007
The 4th quarterly Business Today-TeamLease Employment Outlook Survey shows that the bullishness of the previous three quarters has remained constant.


By Clifford Alvares
August 29, 2007
More families today are exposed to different risks when creating wealth. How to manage them?


By Saumya Bhattacharya
August 17, 2007
Philanthropy and social service find new takers in young professionals who are giving back to the society like never before.


By Nitya Varadarajan
August 17, 2007
When it comes to health insurance, floater policies are tailor-made for your family.


By Balaji Chandramouli
August 9, 2007
That the government leaks like a sieve is well known. But when it hurts, one would expect the chief to crack the whip, in the manner of companies.


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