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Mohamed El-Erian on the need to moderate the overflowing liquidity spigot

Management thinker Jim Collins defined the concept of 'Level 5 leadership'

How Bajaj Finserv transformed into a financial powerhouse

Thermax MD & CEO, MS Unnikrishnan, on how to survive and thrive in the global market

The Wall Street Journal's Scott Patterson recounts how a group of quantitative traders took the financial markets by storm

Kerala-based CGH Earth defied popular beliefs to carve a niche for itself in the eco-friendly tourism space

Techno Electric’s strong execution track record and financial discipline makes it a company to watch out for

Companies that have delivered super-normal returns on the bourse and that are backed by financial performance

Promoter KV Bala has been on a stock mopping spree in Indowind

Endurance Technologies is fast emerging as a one-stop shop for automobile makers

 iD Fresh Food used audacious thinking to create one of India’s most successful food brands

Today's world underscores the axiom that the market can stay irrational longer than the investor can stay solvent

An avowed drinker from the Buffett fountain of wisdom on what he has imbibed 

Fortis Healthcare promoters are unlocking some value on their own

Investors are now more addicted to the financial economy than to old-fashioned capitalism

They might lose a battle, but they won't lose the war. What makes them unbeatable?

The Oracle of Omaha has India on his radar, but will he invest big money in the country?

The Oracle of Omaha has India on his radar, but will he invest big money in the country?

In a digital era, Google, Apple and Amazon are examples of companies with the right trappings that will reinforce their moats

Shane Parrish of Farnam Street on the art of reading, investing and multidisciplinary thinking

Nobel laureates George Akerlof and Robert Shiller on the non-economic motives that feature insidiously in our financial decisions  

Why investors need to prepare themselves to deal with Chinese securities

InvIT is more of a puzzle than a investment vehicle

The country's third-largest private sector bank's aggressive growth is coming undone

The writer and philosopher Robert Pirsig passed away in April, even as United Airlines demonstrated in a spectacular fashion why CEOs need to embrace his ideas  

Why the government’s affordable housing scheme appears ambitious

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