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February 8, 2007
According to some estimates, the Indian art market is worth an annual Rs 1,125 crore. It is definitely of substantial size.


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April 19, 2007
Credit cards offer tremendous convenience at a very marginal price. The onus is on the consumer to find out how he can make the most of it.


By Sudhir Gore
April 19, 2007
They make you click and pay?through your nose. Cyber scamsters use different tactics to trap victims.


Shamni Pande
August 5, 2010
He's the man the ad world loves to hate but Sandeep Goyal knows how to grab attention.


T.V.Mahalingam
July 21, 2010
A few nimble players are furiously delivering financial services to a widely dispersed population and are making money - one customer at a time.


Suman Layak
July 6, 2010
After taking two Silicon Valley technology companies public over a span of 10 years (1990-2000), Carol Realini  had decided to settle in the ski-resort city of Aspen. But a trip to Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, opened her eyes to a huge opportunity.


Brian Carvalho and Suman Layak
June 8, 2010
A reporter, a foreign correspondent, an overseas bureau chief, a deputy editor, a managing editor, an editor and publisher-and now Chief Executive! That's a splendid career graph and it belongs to John Ridding, CEO of Financial Times.


Josey Puliyenthuruthel
May 26, 2010
After a 2004 buyout, IBM refrained from integrating Daksh into its fold letting it bloom on its own. Not only has the business grown ten-fold, Big Blue is now turning to the Indian outfit for its next big bet: Analytics.


Rachna M. Koppikar
April 14, 2010
Asset management companies are sprucing up their websites to facilitate online transactions by not just tech-savvy investors but even lay ones.


Shamni Pande
April 14, 2010
The firm that Rajan Jetley created a decade ago is no longer a one-man show, but has some of the savviest minds in private equity.


Shalini S. Dagar
April 14, 2010
Ahluwalia Contracts managed to ride the storm on the back of financial discipline, an optimum mix of clients and projects and good old-fashioned conservatism.


Josey Puliyenthuruthel
March 16, 2010
Nokia India can ill-afford to bask in the glory of being the biggest foreign-owned company in the country. Key to its lasting success is how it helps its parent make an ambitious transition into services.


E. Kumar Sharma
November 26, 2009
They are a motley bunch, some large and some small, all winners in their category. They have two things in common: motivated people and a distaste for non-performing assets.


Anand Adhikari
November 15, 2009
That’s what bankers are telling customers after an RBI report shows a rise in complaints against banks.


Rachna M. Koppikar & Rahul Sachit Anand
October 23, 2009
The first and worst hit by the downturn, the financial services sector has started to grow and hire. Healthcare, IT and ITES also get into the hiring mode.


Anand Adhikari
September 17, 2009
The RBI's recent figures show a 5% drop in the number of cheques processed in 2008-09, but a smashing 28% growth in retail electronic clearing. And the credit can probably be given to one man: Bikramjit Sen.


Paul B. Carroll & Chunka Mui
August 6, 2009
Lessons from the most inexcusable business failures of the past 25 years.


Tejeesh N.S. Behl
July 23, 2009
Take SMEs out of the equation and India Inc. will suddenly appear to be on wobbly legs. For, while the big boys may make the big picture, the big picture itself is composed of thousands of minutiae.


Rachna M. Koppikar
July 1, 2009
Private-equity honchos are putting their oars into the companies they’ve invested in to ensure they survive the downturn.


N. Madhavan
June 13, 2009
Focussing on growth when it should have been working on consolidation cost Subhiksha its business. Can it make a comeback?


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