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A nip and tuck exercise
Given the fiscal constraint, the finance minister ended up walking the predictable path

Deep Narayan Mukherjee

A nip and tuck exercise

Given the fiscal constraint, the finance minister ended up walking the predictable path

Deep Narayan Mukherjee | FEB 01 , 2017

Echoes from Africa

If the US 10-year yield moves higher than 2.60%, it will mark the beginning of a secular bear bond market

William H Gross | JAN 12 , 2017

Wholesome Brains

TalentSprint's Santanu Paul on why our grey matter needs a major upgrade

DEC 21 , 2016


In the first inning, IPL made money for everyone but the broadcasters. Will the next inning be any different?

Krishna Gopalan | DEC 20 , 2016

Red is the New Green

Trump's anti-globalisation ideas may restrict trade and negatively affect corporate profits 

William H Gross | DEC 08 , 2016

The King of all Trades

The Greenback will remain the world’s go-to-currency even as the Renminbi makes its way into a basket of reserve currencies

NOV 24 , 2016

"Rebuilding" Tata Trusts

Even as the boardroom battles continue in Tata group companies, significant changes are being effected in Tata Trusts

N Mahalakshmi, Krishna Gopalan | NOV 22 , 2016

Populism Takes a Wrong Turn

Global populism is the wave of the future, but it has taken a wrong turn in America

William H Gross | NOV 21 , 2016

The Mother Of All Questions

TalentSprint's Santanu Paul explores the science behind word-of-mouth and the key to retaining customers

NOV 21 , 2016

Rs.200 > Rs.2,000

A Rs.200 note would have been more effective in curbing tax-evasion than Rs.2,000

N Mahalakshmi | NOV 15 , 2016

Succession ≠ Success

All eyes are on Bombay House to see who will replace Cyrus Mistry as chairman of Tata Sons

Krishna Gopalan | NOV 15 , 2016

The Tata Battle Gets Worse

In the Ratan Tata-Cyrus Mistry power struggle, new battle lines continue to be drawn

Krishna Gopalan | NOV 11 , 2016

All The King's Men

A closer look at the board members of Tata Sons throws up some interesting nuggets

Krishna Gopalan | NOV 03 , 2016

Tata's Palace Coup

The Tata Board rewrites corporate history as it ousts its chairman Cyrus Mistry without explanation

Krishna Gopalan | OCT 26 , 2016

The Manager's Map

What the young manager in 21st century India needs to know to get a head start

OCT 19 , 2016

The Chemistry of Trust

In God we trust, all others need a formula says TalentSprint's Santanu Paul

OCT 17 , 2016

Rising Stress, Shrinking Spreads

Loan against property delinquencies could significantly increase in the next four quarters feels India Ratings

OCT 07 , 2016

Doubling Down

Central bankers have fostered a casino like atmosphere where savers are presented with a Hobson's Choice

William H Gross | OCT 05 , 2016

Game Theory Redux

TalentSprint's Santanu Paul explains why cooperation makes for a winning strategy

SEP 29 , 2016

How I Found My Golf Game but Lost My Wife to a Titleist

Sooner rather than later, Yellen's smooth shot from the fairway will find the deep rough

William H Gross | SEP 08 , 2016

Robots Vs Advisors

Robo-advisors are vehicles; don’t confuse them with financial nirvana

Mukul Pal | AUG 30 , 2016

Pushing On A String II

Most financial innovation doesn't add much value and has increasingly become a Ponzi scheme

Chaitanya Dalmia | AUG 13 , 2016

Looming Shadow

The spread of grid curtailment is starting to threaten the credit worthiness of renewable energy projects says India Ratings

AUG 13 , 2016

Pushing On A String

The covert ‘financial oppression’ by central banks is creating a inegalitarian society

Chaitanya Dalmia | AUG 12 , 2016