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How IFMR Holdings is changing the face of financial inclusion in the country

New Delhi has earned the dubious distinction of the world's most polluted city, thanks to a smog that enveloped the capital 

Researchers study if big-ticket firms with investing heft manage to raise capital even in a downturn

Bureaucrat Srivatsa Krishna reviews the Aspatore Raising Venture Capital Collection

Previewing the much-awaited Yamuna Expressway

Giani Ice Cream intends to stay irresistibly affordable and come close to your neighbourhood

David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital expressing optimism about the future of semiconductor technology

More than a foreign exchange and travel services company, Thomas Cook India could resemble a cash spewing machine

IDFC Mutual Fund CIO Kenneth Andrade on why it’s all about survival of the fittest

William Thorndike on the importance of capital allocation by CEOs

CX Partners’ Ajay Relan offers tips on ensuring a win-win in private equity deals

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

Talks of privatising Air India could turn out to be hot air

Tom Wainwright outlines the economic realities of running a drug cartel

Edited excerpts from Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger's marathon banter at the 2017 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting

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

Even as Amansa Capital’s Akash Prakash stays bullish, Info Edge management takes some money off the table

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

Why investors need to prepare themselves to deal with Chinese securities

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

The onion-like layers of an InvIT camouflage its overall level of indebtedness and other inherent risks

InvIT is more of a puzzle than a investment vehicle

Will Trident’s accelerated push in the home-textiles business sustain its next leg of growth?

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

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