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www.businesstoday.in
May 26, 2011
Infosys got a new chairman in K.V. Kamath but its three remaining founders - Kris Gopalakrishnan, N.R. Narayana Murthy, and S.D. Shibulal - stay on at its helm.


www.businesstoday.in
March 24, 2011
\"In the (health insurance) portability era, service will be the differentiator. If you move to the right company, you would get better service,\" says Amarnath Ananthanarayanan, CEO and MD, Bharti Axa General Insurance.


Anand Adhikari
February 23, 2011
Despite some obstacles, the commodities market is evolving as a promising asset class for retail investors. But, like the equity markets, investors would do well to do their homework before investing in their favourite commodities.


Anand Adhikari
February 8, 2011
Sanjay Dangi shot into the limelight on the Street when hetook a long bet on the futures of Ackruti City. In 52 trading days,by mid-March 2009, the Ackruti stock galloped 250 per cent - during a period when the Sensex fell by 10 per cent.Can Dangi, whose wings have been clipped by the market regulator, comeback on Dalal Street?


Lamon Rutten
February 16, 2011
The Indian commodity futures landscape has been evolving and the national commodity exchanges have made a big headway since their inception, with volumes surging with every passing year.


PTI
New Delhi, December 30, 2010
The figure rose to 14.44 per cent from 12.13 per cent in the previous week. This is the fifth consecutive week when the rate of price rise of food items has increased.


Puja Mehra
October 9, 2010
Pranab Mukherjee's stewardship is missed at the North Block, 18 months into his tenure. He's been busy but not as the country's finance minister.


Anand Adhikari
March 2, 2010
Industrial production may be up smartly, but with some crucial sectors still languishing, a full-fledged recovery may be some time away.


Rachna Monga
October 30, 2008
As capital becomes scarce in the global markets, foreign portfolio investors—the lifeblood running through domestic equities—turn their backs on India. This has got more to do with the stress in the financial system in their own backyard than any fundamental issues with the domestic market. Will they return, or should we be waiting for them at all? Rachna Monga goes into the details.


www.businesstoday.in
September 18, 2008
The government finally extended the ban on futures trading in four commodities—soya oil, potato, rubber and chana.


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.


www.businesstoday.in
June 10, 2008
FICCI has estimated that the export tax on steel could force steelmakers to defer their Rs 1,00,000 crore expansion plans.


www.businesstoday.in
May 15, 2008
Inflation continues to be the principal concern of policy makers in the country. Prices of vegetables, lentils, rice and wheat—the staple of most consumers in India—have shot up over the last few months, eating into household budgets.


Rohit Viswanath
May 14, 2008
The government has banned futures trading in eight commodities and is planning to extend this to some more items. However, the available data on futures trading does not show any evidence that it has either reduced or increased volatility of spot prices. Is it a wrong move? BT's Rohit Viswanath finds out.


Shalini S. Dagar
May 13, 2008
A bumper harvest and comfortable stocks could lead to an easing of food prices.


www.businesstoday.in
May 13, 2008
A desperate government has resorted to drastic measures to tackle inflation. Its latest salvo is the decision to ban futures trading in four commodities— potato, soya oil, chana and rubber.


Arnab Mitra and N. Madhavan
May 1, 2008
Steel and cement prices have appreciated over the last six months and led to runaway inflation. The government has alleged that companies in these sectors have formed cartels to keep prices high. How justified is the government angst? Or rather, is it a combination of factors that have conspired to push up prices? BT’s Arnab Mitra and N. Madhavan find out.


By Balaji Chandramouli and Aman Malik
July 16, 2007
The traditional suitcase-style lobbyist is alive and kicking, but the deregulated economy has spawned a new variety that believes in using 'case law-style' advocacy to effect policy changes.


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