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Kushan Mitra
March 2, 2010
Globally, car recalls to rectify defects are commonplace. In India, it's still a novelty because of the effete regulatory framework that is supposed to protect consumers.


Rachna M. Koppikar
January 11, 2010
Eight years after Tata Finance came apart, the Tata Group is ready with the first phase of its second wind in financial services with a former group company CFO at the helm.


Rahul Sachitanand
January 11, 2010
The misfiring auto parts giant is counting on India to prime it back to growth.


www.businesstoday.in
January 11, 2010
This year will see a slew of car launches, and not just at the top end.


N. Madhavan
November 29, 2009
Ashok Leyland banked on both the attributes to transform itself but the generation gap that ensued among its executives threatened to derail it.


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?


Anand Adhikari
September 2, 2009
Prompted by the sudden collapse of the global auto industry, the Kalyanis want to transform Bharat Forge — the world's second-largest forgings maker — into a high-value engineering giant.


Anand Adhikari
August 6, 2009
Even as they went about creating a fully-integrated steel colossus, the Ruias of the Essar Group were also quietly building a global outsourcing model via a string of acquisitions.


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.


Kushan Mitra & Rishi Joshi
July 13, 2009
Karl Slym, the General Motors India MD, is a tornado of activity, delivering vehicles to consumers and starring in media campaigns. Will this be enough to save his company? Kushan Mitra & Rishi Joshi find out.


Arup Das
July 10, 2009
When it comes to the Rs 50-lakh sedan market, it’s a face-off between three German powerhouses. Who’s going to come out on top?


Arup Das
July 10, 2009
When it comes to the Rs 50-lakh sedan market, it’s a face-off between three German powerhouses. Who’s going to come out on top?


www.businesstoday.in
July 8, 2009
The Finance Minister is confident of introducing a uniform goods & services tax (GST) across states by April 2010. Whilst the benefits are plenty, the task is a challenging one.


Anand Adhikari
April 16, 2009
While industrial output figures are grim, growth across some sectors suggests that the worst may be over.


Tejeesh N.S. Behl
March 19, 2009
Stagnant urban demand, collapse of export markets and relative rural prosperity are drawing companies to the countryside. Which means that the slowdown has not impacted the rural markets as much as their urban counterparts, reports Tejeesh N.S. Behl.Reform to Re-farmOn the farm trailColour of money


Rachna M. Koppikar
March 5, 2009
As demand slows down and profitability takes a hit, India’s automobile companies are pulling out every trick from the cost-cutting book— and a few from outside—to stay on the road.


www.businesstoday.in
February 19, 2009
Rs 33,400 crore: The amount of investment in infrastructure projects approved by the Union Cabinet in February, including a metro rail network in Chennai. It also approved the widening of 1,410-km highways


Clifford Alvares
February 5, 2009
The third quarter results confirmed the worst fears that the slowdown has hit companies hard. And the next quarter is likely to be worse.


www.businesstoday.in
January 21, 2009
Rs 1,70,000 crore: This is the value of investment projects that have been shelved due to economic slowdown in India, according to CMIE.


Anusha Subramanian
January 8, 2009
An economic slowdown can actually be a good time for launching new products or businesses. Some of the world’s most successful organisations—Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, GE and Hyatt Corp.—were born during economic slumps. As India and the world go through a period of economic gloom, some firms are going ahead with much-hyped launches.


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