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January 8, 2008
A voice of reason in a world swept up in the (Tom) Friedman mantra.


Dhiman Chattopadhyay
January 7, 2008
Muscular federalism may threaten the India growth story.


www.businesstoday.in
January 7, 2008
The competition, clutter and the fragmented media environment are forcing advertisers and television broadcasters to enter into multi-year contracts with each other to assure a regular flow of ad revenues and, in turn, offer advertisers assured spots on television.


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January 7, 2008
They are derivatives contracts introduced by both NSE and BSE to improve liquidity and attract more retail investors.


www.businesstoday.in
January 22, 2018
World Economic Forum's Global Risks Perception Survey: Key findings


Bibek Bhattacharya
January 5, 2008
When you’re at the top, where do you go from there? In this new music review section, we feature new releases from icons who need no introduction. All three have come out with albums that boast of some of the best works they’ve done. Collector’s items these.


www.businesstoday.in
December 26, 2007
India’s challenges are numerous and it, therefore, requires not a few but many leaders to address the myriad problems.


E. Kumar Sharma
December 24, 2007
By giving small loans to poor people, this entrepreneur is transforming rural India like never before.


www.businesstoday.in
December 23, 2007
In India after independence, science and technology (S&T) saw a two-phased progress on the back of the momentum created in the 1930s by six great scientists of international repute.


Krishna Gopalan
December 23, 2007
At 31, Aditya Mittal already helps run the world's biggest steel empire. But his best is yet to come.


Manu Kaushik
December 11, 2007
More people are warming up to credit—for buying anything from a dream home to taking a Swiss holiday. The credit fever shows no signs of reducing.


Rishi Joshi
December 11, 2007
While frontline old economy stocks have been marking new highs, pharma stocks have moved in the opposite direction.  On the face of it, there seems to be plenty wrong.


E. Kumar Sharma
December 10, 2007
In March this year, Swiss drug major Novartis announced a suspension of the marketing and sales of its bowel drug Zelnorm in the US over concerns that it may cause cardiovascular problems in some patients.


Kapil Bajaj
December 10, 2007
As the rupee hit a near-decade high of 39.16 to the dollar on November 7 (it was at 39.49 on December 7), it is becoming clear that the Indian economy must learn to live with a stronger rupee over the medium term at least.


Mahesh Nayak
December 10, 2007
Junk bonds are usually issued by companies that do not have any other option of raising money from the market.


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.


Anand Adhikari
November 27, 2007
Investors have been lukewarm to the FMCG and pharma sectors. But the future looks brighter than the immediate past.


Kushan Mitra
November 13, 2007
A few months ago, hackers brought Europe’s most wired country, Estonia, to its knees. India’s IT network is rather modest in comparison. So, who would bother messing with it, right? Wrong.


By Pallavi Srivastava
November 12, 2007
It has 59.8 million registered users, it leads in page views, and its revenues grew 18 per cent last quarter. Not the sort of statistics one needs to worry about, but some analysts say all may not be well at Rediff.com.


www.businesstoday.in
November 12, 2007
“Our vision is to be part of the monthly budget of one million families”Krishnan Ganesh, Founder, TutorVista, in New York Times


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