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Researchers find out that corporate values are often irrelevant when it comes to performance

The burger pasha may no longer be the only player in town but that's not a deterrent as it expands its market reach

Secret Diary of Ronnie Screwvala — Part 2

India is much like a Small & medium enterprise that is CEO-driven, constrained by working capital and management talent

Chris Cox and Sheryl Sandberg reflect on the social media giant’s evolving role

Hyderabad-based software company Cyient believes the future lies in systems and solutions

Silicon Valley veteran Vinod Khosla on entrepreneurship and failing intelligently 

Anshuman Magazine, chairman & CEO, India/ SEA/ ME & Africa, CBRE, on how to ensure fairness in an organisation

WestBridge Capital's Sumir Chadha has an enviable mid-cap investing track record

Once celebrated as the turnaround genius, Gautam Thapar is today fighting to get back into the company that he once rescued. What led to this descent?

IBM Research India is making its illustrious parent proud by radically changing the way different businesses are run

Times Internet has grown by transforming into a company with multiple digital products, all drawing power from a dynamic centre

These companies have been ranked based on their stock's excess return over the Sensex for a five-year period

A well-managed insurance company turned out to be a risky stock to own. But it may be safe to set sail again, with Max Financial Services

What makes this Tata brand so endearing? You may think the answer is in the question but there’s much more going on behind the scenes

To create a company of one, the biggest asset is authenticity of the founder, writes Paul Jarvis

Sanjay Dutt, MD and CEO of Tata Realty and Tata Housing, enjoys designing jewellery, especially for his wife

Swiggy now has a $3.3-billion valuation, but challenges are plenty and the competition hungry

Male-grooming is more than a finger comb and a razor now. Brands are selling innovative products with woke marketing lines, and making much money

Quick adaptability and consistency have turned TeamLease into a Rs.40-billion company and one of the largest workforce outsourcing firms in India