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Suman Layak and G. Seetharaman
May 8, 2012
Given that Tata Sons recently altered its retirement policy, requiring even the chairman to quit at 70, Chairman-designate Cyrus Mistry gets only 26 years and a few months to find greatness.


Devashish Chakravarty
May 27, 2012
Why should you seek additional qualifications? The reasons could range from becoming eligible for a promotion, to changing your line of work or just to pursue an interest.


Associated Press
San Francisco, February 15, 2012
The company has been trying to appease shareholders by entering negotiations to sell two of its most valuable assets - stakes in China's Alibaba Group and Yahoo Japan.


Goutam Das and Josey Puliyenthuruthel
January 31, 2012
The walls and shelves of Suresh Senapathy's office room at the Wipro campus in Bangalore are cluttered with framed citations, certificates, medallions and trophies he has received over the years. Wipro's CFO spoke to Goutam Das and Josey Puliyenthuruthel.


Goutam Das and Josey Puliyenthuruthel
February 1, 2012
In an interview with Josey Puliyenthuruthel and Goutam Das in his wood-and-glass office at the Wipro headquarters in Bangalore, Premji talks about the fightback, how his company needs to make incremental changes next, how he sees Wipro in the future, and the role of his son Rishad.


www.businesstoday.in
January 5, 2012
Check out what Pankaj Munjal, Managing Director, Hero Motors prefers in home essentials, gadgets, apparels and media.


Team BT
January 4, 1998
For the family-owned business group, the future hinges on the ability to combine strategic and operational excellence with a constant willingness to change. BT presents a theoretical exposition of how the survival prospects of the family business can be evaluated. A framework.


Team BT
January 4, 1998
Even as the family business is forced to change to cope with competition, the role played by the family in the business must be rewritten too. Which old functions must it discard? What new responsibilities must it take on? And how should it manage the transition? A prognosis.


Team BT
January 4, 1998
Change is relentlessly stalking the oldest business institution in the country, transforming both the form and the content of the business family. Indeed, the survival of many of India's biggest business houses 50 years from now appears to be uncertain. A paradigm shift.


www.businesstoday.in
November 12, 2010
From being a minority in the workforce, women have come a long way. A BT-Vital Voices round table found they still need support to be active participants in economic growth.


Dipen Sheth
April 14, 2009
Although our fund manager has taken tentative investment steps, he is convinced there will be aggressive churning — stock changes as well as trading in and out of the same stocks.


Kamya Jaiswal
September 18, 2008
The author demolishes 13 of the most popular investment strategies and suggests ways to make them more effective. Despite the academic writing style, the book is a must for every equity investor, says Kamya Jaiswal.


Rakesh Rai
November 28, 2007
The boom in domestic pilgrimage has fuelled a rush to buy property in religious hotspots across the country. Here's what the choices are.


Kushan Mitra
July 22, 2010
India's No. 1 carmaker Maruti has proved marketing purists wrong by successfully managing multiple brands in similar price points.


Ashish Karamchandani
July 6, 2010
While margins of 20-30 per cent in low income housing may not seem attractive to traditional real estate developers, they make inherent business sense for corporates used to tighter margins.


Shamni Pande
January 11, 2010
Under Indra Nooyi PepsiCo wants to become a smarter and healthier food and beverages company. Here's the story on how India is at the vanguard of that transition.


Herminia Ibarra & Otilia Obodaru
November 15, 2009
Women are judged to be less visionary than men in 360-degree feedback. It may be a matter of perception, but it stops women from getting to the top.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
BT asks the who’s who of India’s corporate world—as well as some professionals and leaders from other fields for good measure—to jog their memory and recall the best advice they ever got. What the advice was, who gave it to them and when, and how it helped them.


Nitya Varadarajan
March 4, 2008
Several public and private sector banks have recently cut their lending rates for consumer borrowings. Such a scenario offers investors who have invested in longer-term bond instruments a chance to make gains on their investments.


Amit Wagh, Ravi Trivedy and Sanjay Aggarwal
February 5, 2008
The Indian banking system will have to deal with mind-boggling paradigm shifts in a complex global environment in the years ahead.


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