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N Mahalakshmi , Rajesh Padmashali
The Florida-based economist and demographics forecaster says that not everybody is in for a good time
Magazine | Aug 22, 2014
Himanshu Kakkar
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?
Magazine | Aug 08, 2014
Kripa Mahalingam
As NR Narayana Murthy steps down, the first outside leader at Infosys has his task cut out. But Vishal Sikka may be just what the IT bellwether needs to get back on track
Magazine | Jul 05, 2014
Subba Rao Amarthaluru
Before embarking upon new projects, the government should first tackle problems that grounded the economy’s earlier growth engine
Magazine | Jun 21, 2014
Samir Arora
Instead of trying to time the market and invest around events, Investment in equities needs to be viewed from an asset allocation perspective
Magazine | Jun 21, 2014
Neelkanth Mishra
With significant excess capacity plaguing the industry, recovery in investments will be slow and painful
Magazine | Jun 21, 2014
Rajesh Padmashali
Warren’s duet with singer Paul Anka, Ted and Todd participating in the Brook’s run, a ping pong session with Ariel Hsing and a marriage proposal at Borsheims were the highlights of this year’s Warren and Charlie show
Magazine | Jun 07, 2014
Outlook Business
The sage of Omaha says that the lack of enough large sized companies has deterred Berkshire from investing in the country.
Magazine | Jun 07, 2014
Outlook Business
On our way to interview a passionate farmer, we meet a taxi-driver who goes home and farms part time
Magazine | Jun 07, 2014
Krishna Gopalan
In its bid to be the biggest cement manufacturer in the country, UltraTech will now have to counter an even stronger MNC rival and aggressive regional players in a capacity riddled market
Magazine | May 24, 2014
U R Bhat
The stock market has run ahead of economic realities in anticipation of a Narendra Modi-led government. But, as history shows, the momentum can’t be sustained
Magazine | Apr 26, 2014
Chaitanya Dalmia
Whether you assume an economic revival or a slump post-election, one thing is certain: defensives will disappoint
Magazine | Apr 26, 2014
Krishna Gopalan
Starbucks has chosen to position itself at the premium end rather than taking its rival Café Coffee Day head-on in the affordable segment. Will this pose challenges as the coffeehouse scales up?
Magazine | Apr 12, 2014
Rajesh Padmashali
More than a foreign exchange and travel services company, Thomas Cook India could eventually resemble a cash spewing machine
Magazine | Mar 15, 2014
Kripa Mahalingam
Pharma companies are moving clinical trials out of India as the government imposes new, stricter regulations and delays approvals. Is this the end of the road for a sunshine sector?
Magazine | Mar 01, 2014
Krishna Gopalan , Kripa Mahalingam
Arvind Kejriwal & Co’s activist background and populist policies is making India Inc edgy. Corporates fear that the economic agenda of a bigger and more powerful AAP may do more harm than good
Magazine | Feb 01, 2014
Vinod Mehta
Does the prevailing mood of anti-incumbency, portend a one-way contest?
Magazine | Jan 18, 2014
Krishna Gopalan
The organised dairy market is expected to more than double from the current $10 billion (approx Rs 60,000 crore) to $24 billion (Rs 144,000 crore) by 2020, largely driven by the growing demand for value-added milk products
Magazine | Dec 21, 2013
Krishna Gopalan
Amul is the country’s most successful dairy player and has no plans to relinquish its leadership. It intends to stay at the top by widening its supplier base and selling more value-added products
Magazine | Dec 21, 2013
Kandula Subramaniam
It’s ambitious. It’s audacious. The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor promises the moon, but given India’s tryst with infrastructure, the project is already on shaky ground
Magazine | Nov 23, 2013