Outlook Business | Think Beyond Stay Ahead

After reviving the family healthcare business and expanding into education, Manipal Group's Ranjan Pai has set another ambitious target

Almost all brands are getting on the content marketing bandwagon with pressure to add to the content deluge

Can good marketing fool people all the time?

Considering the slow pace of economic growth over the past five years, our list of fastest growing companies comprised only 14 names, even with a lower growth threshold

Recent spate of defaults in microfinance securitisation transactions raises concern

On Stands Now

Amid falling orders and shrinking market share, Snapdeal faces a tough choice of either roping in a white knight or run the risk of fading into oblivion

Eighteen months into demonetisation, ATMs experience another cash crunch

  • Unleash your inner musical talent and expand your network of like-minded artists with CoCreato

  • Budget hotel start-ups are finally coming of age, after a period of painful learning and self-discovery

  • Started by a bunch of IITians, Smartivity is making learning fun while creating a truly cutting edge Indian toy brand

  • L’Oréal India is experimenting with new streaks online in an attempt to go beyond ‘likes’ on social media

  • Eveready is diversifying into the highly competitive confectionery and FMCG segments. Will its gamble pay off?

  • After consolidating its position in the South and East, Dalmia Bharat is snapping up distressed assets to gain a national footprint

Start, Rinse, Repeat

Jeff Haden wants you to take the first step towards success instead of waiting around for motivation

  • Art Underfoot

    Make your home picture-perfect with these premium artistic rugs

  • The Best of Times

    Harvard professor Steven Pinker makes a case for progress in 'Enlightenment Now'

  • A place called home

    Former L&T Finance non-executive chairman, YM Deosthalee and his wife are providing senior citizens a home to call their own

  • Vishal Kamat

    Why the chief executive officer of Kamat Hotels believes Bali is the ideal holiday destination