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Imagine printing a heart to save the life of a loved one. It may seem far-fetched but we are getting there taking small, bold steps

Seven insightful lessons on living a better life

GMO’s Jeremy Grantham talks about what is on his mind as he assesses the current investment climate

Mumbai-based start-up, Organic Tiffin Services, delivers 100% organic meals

While India's wealthy have done their bit for many years, philanthropy in the true sense is only taking form now

Indira Foods is on a strong footing to meet the next wave of private label growth

Four entrepreneurs talk about building their brands at Smart Enterprise Cluster Meet in Ahmedabad — Part 2

The Atlantic's Derek Thompson reveals the elusive secret to marketing success in 'Hit Makers' 

An excerpt from 'The Small Big: Small changes that spark big influence' by Steve Martin, Noah Goldstein & Robert Cialdini

CMS Info Systems CEO, Rajiv Kaul on the de-stressing effect of golf

A niche player in the rigid plastic packaging space and attractive valuation make Mold-Tek an interesting small-cap bet

Cameron Brandt, research director, EPFR Global on the current mood of global institutional investors

Steve Jordon on how a young Buffett's retirement plan gave birth to the greatest track record in modern-day investing

Arvind Mediratta, CEO, Metro Cash & Carry India on five ways to create a culture of empowerment

Munger, Tolles and Olson LLP's Ronald Olson talks about wisdom gleaned from the Buffett-Munger partnership

Michael van Biema on his investment style, picking fund managers, and his take on India

TTK Prestige MD does not worry about the things he cannot change, he de-stresses in the kitchen by whipping up something delicious

Founder and MD of Veeba Foods recognises the important things in life — spending time with his family instantly lightens up his mood

CEO of FCB India does not stress over the little things by first imagining the worst that could happen

One of the earliest fitness companies in India is struggling with a ‘debt-flab’ accumulated over the past few years. What sent things on a nosedive?

The company makes do with a lower multiple because of weak core revenue, but analysts are betting on the IBM products acquisition to turn things around