Can India’s economic destiny ever be freed from political ideology and opportunism?
Unperturbed by the vagaries of the stock market, the chairman of Arvind swears by investing in equities
Arrow honours retired professionals in its latest campaign
D:FY wants to sell high-end sneakers at honest prices
Riding on the growth in mens’ branded apparel, home-grown brand Indian Terrain has carved a niche for itself in the premium casual wear segment
Secret Diary of Sanjay Lalbhai — Part 1
Secret Diary of Sanjay Lalbhai — Part 2
The transition from a predominantly cash economy is shifting the balance towards large players, as small players struggle to survive in the post-GST regime
Sanjay Lalbhai wants to sell apparels to everyone — men, women, kids; budget, premium and luxury buyers
Will falling retail inflation force RBI hand?
Companies that have delivered super-normal return on the bourses and that are backed by financial performance
Textile and Pharma companies in Ahmedabad want clarity and stability in policy framework even as they battle short-term hiccups caused by demonetisation
In the backdrop of global uncertainty, domestic recovery will be vital for earnings growth. All eyes are on fiscal measures
The race is on to develop a 100% Indian smartphone. But what's the driver, really?
Having part-sold its stake in Snapdeal, eBay plans to gain lost ground in India
Menswear Turtle has grown beyond its humble origins. But can it survive the onslaught of low-priced mass brands?
The footwear giant is all set to leverage nostalgia to give its oldest brand Power a distinct identity
A host of brewpubs have sprung up offering craft beer. Can these microbreweries slug it out in the market?
Udaipur royalty Arvind Singh Mewar on why he is working hard to preserve his family’s famed car collection
The Lalbhai family is knitting a strategy that aims to transform Arvind into a retail and brand powerhouse
There are some challenges that Arvind India will have to overcome to become the biggest apparel brand in India
The Zoroastrian philosophy of “good thoughts, good words, good deeds” has been the raison d’être for the Tata trust
The rise of the Aam Aadmi in business
Is Arvind Kejriwal anti-business?
Over 50 foreign fashion brands have split with their local partners in the past five years. What’s gone wrong?
The VAS provider ruled the last decade as leader, But it seems to have missed the data bus. Is it time to sell?