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KNR Constructions turned from good to better even as the investment in Corporation Bank went from bad to worse

Vinod Sethi hikes his stake in KCP Sugar amidst utter pessimism

Lightspeed Venture Partners' Bipul Sinha feels it pays to be the first investor in enterprise businesses 

Hundreds of millions from rural india are logging into chinese apps, which talk in regional languages and make local references

Bharat Shah successfully vetted Bajaj Finance, but overvalued and misjudged Visualsoft

Kotak Mahindra Bank MD & CEO Uday Kotak on the financial sector and the disruption in store

The good news is we know the bad news. The bad news is economic activity, across major industrial clusters in the country, is shrinking further

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

Grappling with bad loans, weak loan growth and leadership uncertainty, its valuation is under pressure

Investors tend to take on risky bets driven by the fear of missing out

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

In the latest Rs 1.48 billion buyback, Vivek Saraogi and associated Balrampur Chini promoters tender shares worth Rs.560 million

We need to look closer at our reality and that of the Indian market before attempting to mirror the greatest investor ever

High remunerative prices and record production have left UP’s sugar-belt stranded in an unprecedented crisis

In this indulgence-filled year-end special edition Outlook Business, celebrates three loves – food, fashion and travel – without apology

While a hike in ethanol price and bailout packages triggered an impressive sugar stock rally, it could be a blip in a troubled sector

After inheriting a technical textiles business from their father, Kartik and Ashish Ram placed winning bets on chemicals and packaging

How a third-generation scion of a tea company ended up as a preferred component supplier to Boeing

This Aurangabad SME lords over machine tools

Most companies that race ahead in one innings, fall behind in the next. How some companies race ahead tirelessly

Harvard Business School professor Bharat Anand on using the internet to foster customer interaction

IndusInd Bank CEO Romesh Sobti makes the most of the rally by taking home Rs.78 million

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code is looking like a circus at this point, but it seems to be the only way to get both banks and unscrupulous promoters to behave

A record sugar production in Uttar Pradesh fails to sweeten the mood as arrears reach ₹9,600 crore  

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

Ambi Parameswaran lists ways media companies can define their digital blueprint based on Bharat Anand’s analysis in ‘The Content Trap