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Chaitanya Kalbag
July 11, 2010
You won't get the lounges with pile carpeting, deep sofas, canapes and laptop docks. You don't have the noise and to-do of Mamatadi's Duronto non-stop trains either.


Manu Kaushik
April 26, 2010
Despite it being the middle of the week, India Inc. turned up in full strength to hear the Finance Minister at the BT Best CFOs awards night.


www.businesstoday.in
April 14, 2010
In 2008-09, everything that could go wrong - and things that many thought would never go wrong - went awry. It was the Super-CFO who flew to the frontlines. Pics of best CFOs


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.


Somnath Dasgupta
December 27, 2009
Downturn helped the power company commission a plant five months ahead of schedule—and set a national record.


Puja Mehra
December 25, 2009
The downturn affected the government as much as India Inc. The outgoing advisor to the Government of India details its impact and its lessons.


Suman Layak
December 11, 2009
Cross-border acquisitions is one way for Indian businesses to attain world size and scale. But let's also not underestimate the ability of domestic consumption to create scale and global class corporations, too. Suman Layak writes.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
December 3, 2009
While existing transmission lines are not able to feed Mumbai’s power demands, Tata Power’s new, 3M-made aluminium lines are three times as effective. But, can the rest of India afford them?


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.


Rajiv Rao, in Karachi
October 28, 2009
Reeling from an onslaught by the Taliban and crippled by an electricity crisis, businesses in Pakistan are forced to survive in a world fraught with risk and uncertainty.


Rishi Joshi
October 28, 2009
How much you gain from the recovery will depend on two things—the strength and shape of the revival and your company’s deeds during the downturn.


Brian Carvalho and Suman Layak
October 23, 2009
The only one with the coveted family name to be heading a group business, Noel N. Tata is seen as one of the more likely candidates to step into Ratan Tata's shoes. But has he done enough?


Virendra Verma
October 7, 2009
R. Mukundan, who took over at the helm of Tata Chemicals when the global credit crisis was peaking, has been able to pull off something many CEOs have been unable to: Manage global acquisitions made in boom times.


Rishi Joshi
September 21, 2009
Naveen Jindal has propelled his steel and power company into India’s—and the world’s—most profitable power producers by focussing on the wildly lucrative merchant power business. Will his competitors stop his dream run?


Rohit Saran
October 4, 2009
Here we talk about a class that, in many ways, combines the key strengths of both the beginners and the big daddies of Indian business.


Anand P. Raman
August 19, 2009
How the global slowdown is reshaping competition from emerging markets.


N. Madhavan
August 19, 2009
...but for how long? TI Cycles has reinvented itself and the way it sells bicycles in order to achieve higher growth. This strategy may be reaching its limits.


Virendra Verma & Rishi Joshi
August 6, 2009
India Inc. delivers the goods in the first quarter in another indication of an incipient economic recovery.


Puja Mehra & Suman Layak
August 4, 2009
We bring you the most comprehensive insider account of the latest outbreak between the feuding Ambani brothers so far, write Puja Mehra and Suman Layak.Anil's spoilers


N. Madhavan
July 23, 2009
With the 26-year-old civil war coming to an end in Sri Lanka, India Inc. is on the threshold of a never-like-before opportunity to do business with the island nation.


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