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  • The Florida-based economist and demographics forecaster says that not everybody is in for a good time
    N Mahalakshmi
  • Yum Brands is investing big time in KFC and Taco Bell to ensure it becomes the No. 1 restaurant company in India by 2020. Will it work?
    Himanshu Kakkar
  • Sri City, with an integrated SEZ and domestic trade zone, is fast emerging as an investment destination for MNCs thanks to its port connectivity and single-window clearance
    Kripa Mahalingam
  • Companies are turning to cause-related marketing to make their brands stand out in the clutter — and seeing a direct impact on their business
    Krishna Gopalan
  • Organic apparel sounds fancy for sure but is yet to gain critical mass in India
    Laveena Iyer
A Double Topping For Growth
Meats and flavoured yoghurt are the new additions in the portfolio of Graviss Foods, the Indian franchise of Baskin Robbins
Keep Calm And Sell Assets
Following the slowdown, a host of Indian companies is selling assets to find a way out of a debt quagmire
Pennar’s New Avatar
After shedding excess baggage during the slowdown, the Hyderabad-based steel company is now banking on its value-added business for growth
C'est la vie
Sock It!
If you haven’t been paying attention to what you wear around your ankles, this one’s for you
Editor’s note
Florida-based economist and demographics forecaster, Harry Dent makes many an ominous forecast in his latest book
N Mahalakshmi
Brand building Is more about inspiring an organisation from within rather than viewing it as a niche marketing function
Denise Lee Yohn
Pimco on why the ‘real’ Fed rate is at 0% and what it means for the perceived financial asset bubble
William H Gross
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Omega vp Raynald Aeschlimann on how to succeed in the Indian luxury market
Raynald Aeschlimann