Even with a very high-pressure day job, poetry is a passion that Zensar Technologies' CEO continues to pursue
Shriram Subramanian of InGovern Research reviews Corporate Disclosures
How India’s biggest co-operative dairy Amul is scripting its growth strategy
Tom Wainwright outlines the economic realities of running a drug cartel
With an anticipated cut in repo rate by the RBI, debt funds look attractive
Corporate banking maverick Rana Kapoor issued big cheques quick and easy. Was it wilful swagger or plain oversight?
Rana Kapoor took risky moves in an already risky business. Now, can the new boss salvage the lender?
Dalal Street has given a big thumbs up to the tax cut. But, corporate investments are another matter
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Investors worry about poor corporate governance practices at Sun Pharma and price erosion in the US generics market
Adam Winkler traces the history of corporate civil rights in 'We The Corporations'
Bizongo is combining technology and business acumen to fulfil the packaging needs of corporate India
Low capacity utilisation and economic disruptions have kept private capex muted
Stagnant syllabi, poor faculty, unemployable graduates, along with tepid industry demand have put an ultimatum before B-schools
Chicago Booth Professor Richard Thaler on behavioural bias that affects corporate decisions
Through intensive training, EduBridge empowers unemployed youth to meet the demands of the corporate world
While demonetisation took away some of the early gains of FY17, companies in Coimbatore hope to bounce back in FY18
HDFC is among the very few corporate groups in India to have created enormous wealth for investors across group companies
Trump's anti-globalisation ideas may restrict trade and negatively affect corporate profits
The Tata Board rewrites corporate history as it ousts its chairman Cyrus Mistry without explanation
Target India president, Navneet Kapoor, on how badminton is a leveler and a great way to stay fit
For corporate lawyer Akshay Chudasama, scuba diving is a surreal experience
Shankar Sharma of First Global talks about why he believes 2016 is a year to be extra-conservative
It took decades of hard work for Zia Mody to build India's foremost mergers and acquisitions advisory firm
Corporates, especially in India, get away with just about anything because financial institutions look the other way
What role can local peers play in the corporate governance of a family business?