17 January, 2020 : Business Articles and Interviews | Outlook Business
Throwing good money after bad
The story of how the chase for high yield ended up hurting KKR India's debt portfolio

Pixtory / Graphically SpeakingVirtual trading

The world may be shrinking but global trade is tilting in favour of services, from manufacturing

Enterprise / Big IdeaFriendly, neighbourhood e-store

Now local brick-and-mortar stores can get a tech-makeover with Bnext’s software

Enterprise / Big IdeaWater healers

Aquatic therapy is a burgeoning medical practice and Harsh Mariwala has caught on to it early, with AquaCentric

Enterprise / FeatureE-scoot the last mile

Not Uber or Ola, it’s new-age start-ups such as Mobycy and Yulu who are linking the last mile with their compact e-scooters

Strategy / FeatureHow Croma perfected its pitch

In the swiftly changing world of electronics retail, the chain has managed to find its own footing

Strategy / FeatureDairy-devilry

Amul has stayed relevant through nearly seven decades, with smart messaging and efficiency. Now it is trying a new trick, which involves chocolates and butter cookies

Markets / TrendYeh Andar Ki Baat Hai

Lux Industries promoters sell 4.2% stake for Rs.1.38 billion

Markets / FeatureThe road not ahead

The macro headwind may be getting worse for the infra sector, but a handful of companies with robust order book could just weather the dust storm

Markets / FeatureHCL Tech’s trump card

The company makes do with a lower multiple because of weak core revenue, but analysts are betting on the IBM products acquisition to turn things around

C'est la vie / My FavouriteAmit Pandey

The CEO of Avi Networks enjoys travelling with stories of nomads and getting lost in wild landscapes

C'est la vie / Pursuit of HappinessBridging The Gap

Kiran Nadar reflects on her journey from considering bridge to be a mere game of cards to representing India at the 2018 Asian Games

The Big Story / Lead StoryHow KKR India reached a debt end

The marquee private equity firm’s strategy of lending to growth companies and risky turnarounds has backfired badly, denting its reputation as a savvy financier

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