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Shalini S. Dagar
May 12, 2010
Malvinder and Shivinder Singh shocked India Inc. when they sold out Ranbaxy two summers ago. Their next stunner: build a financial giant with $100-billion assets and grow what is already Asia's biggest hospital chain.


Anand Adhikari
March 15, 2010
More and more businesses today are being headed by professional CEOs in their 30s. What do they bring to the table that is making them the darlings of promoters and boards? See pics


Manu Kaushik
November 15, 2009
When this trader turned into a manufacturer of galvanised steel, he had to run around to buy the raw material. Today, Rajinder Miglani has got ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steelmaker, as a stakeholder, co-promoter—and supplier. For ArcelorMittal’s L.N. Mittal, it is the first footprint in India.


Virendra Verma
September 3, 2009
India’s most valuable pharma firm has stumbled, as a US subsidiary gets on the wrong side of the FDA and a handful of exclusive arrangements come to an end. Can founder Dilip Shanghvi get Sun Pharma back on the road to supernormal profits?


Anusha Subramanian
August 19, 2009
Zee’s advertising revenues are falling sharply, but its top brass is counting on a huge burst in subscription revenues in the medium term.


Suman Layak
March 19, 2009
The swiftness and the savagery of the global downturn have caught business by surprise—the bigger the corporation, the bigger is the surprise. But few analysts expected Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Group to be hit. After seven years of a heady upcycle, Reliance Industries finds itself hemmed in a downturn that’s perhaps the worst ever since it went public 31 years ago. Suman Layak reports.


Rachna Monga
August 18, 2008
For most finance professionals, the days of dizzying salary hikes and fat bonuses are over. In fact, many have been retrenched. The downturn in markets—India and global—has forced a number of hitherto gung-ho financial services firms to wield the job axe. Rachna Monga reports.


Virendra Verma
August 5, 2008
Falling oil prices, coupled with expectations of a last-gasp burst of reform from a desperately cobbled-together coalition, offer a glimmer of a bear market on its last leg. But the by-now-familiar twin demons of rising inflation and interest rates cloud a promising picture. Virendra Verma reports.


Rachna Monga & Anusha Subramanian
July 9, 2008
As inflation figures rage, marketers have a huge challenge on their hands—to keep the price-value equation just right for consumers. BT's Rachna Monga & A. Subramanian report.


www.businesstoday.in
July 9, 2008
Fortunes are made or lost on Dalal Street every day. So, who are the analysts fund managers swear by? BT presents its fifth annual survey of India’s Best Equity Analysts.


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


Shamni Pande and Tejeesh N.S. Behl
May 14, 2008
Hard-nosed and uber-successful tycoons like Mukesh Ambani,Vijay Mallya and others paid millions for their IPL teams and players. The revenues they earn by way of ticket sales, team sponsorships, merchandising, etc., are expected to rise each year, thus making it easier for them to become profitable as the years go by. BT's Shamni Pande and Tejeesh N.S. Behl report.


Anand Adhikari
May 14, 2008
Organised food retailing is going to be huge, but it will be nothing without a back end, and a backbone. That’s where the logistics sector comes into play—right from state-of-the-art warehouses to the entire gamut of cold chain infrastructure. BT's Anand Adhikari says that companies in India and abroad have shown a keen interest to invest in this sector.


Krishna Gopalan
March 31, 2008
As recession in the US takes its toll of global markets, an eerie hush prevails on D-street unlike around this time when last year, India Inc. was basking in the glow of cross-border conquests. Deal makers and merchant bankers haven't been so idle in a long time. BT's Krishna Gopalan reports.


www.businesstoday.in
March 19, 2008
It was an acquisition from the blue—not just because of the high price tag attached to it but also because of the profile of the buyer.


Mahesh Nayak
February 18, 2008
Tata Steel’s acquisition of Corus was a marriage made in heaven. Now Ratan Tata, along with the top brass of both companies, is burning the midnight oil to make the union work.


Clifford Alvares
December 25, 2007
If the year gone by was a belter, 2008 promises to be another party. While the immediate prospects don’t look promising, the year ahead should eventually turn out well, if not better, for everyone.21 young leaders for India's 21st centuryCheck out the young leaders in slide show Slide show: The biggest newsmakers of 2007Slide show: Best of BT 2007Slide show: Best of BT More 2007


By Anand Adhikari
August 29, 2007
Telecom operators are hiving off their infrastructure into separate companies, which are commanding heady valuations. Why are they worth so much?


Mahesh Nayak
August 27, 2007
Indian brokerages are roping in foreign partners to compete in a market that's both booming and fiercely competitive.


By Krishna Gopalan
July 16, 2007
Mobile phone population is clipping, but revenue isn't growing at the same pace. Until value-added services become more popular, operators will have to bank on cost cuts to grow profitably.


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