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The new policy resolves several, but not all issues that hold back manufacturing

WestBridge Capital's Sumir Chadha has an enviable mid-cap investing track record

Dabur’s Mohit Burman has made a financial foray.

IPL’s new campaign celebrates the level-playing field it provides for young aspirants and seasoned cricketers alike

How artificial intelligence just might replace you at your workplace

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

Why there is a lot more to whisky than just soda

Eros Digital’s Ricky Ghai spells out ways to establish a successful web presence

At Leading Edge 2019, Allan Pease shows business leaders how to make the best first impression in any situation

With a ₹38,000 crore market cap, the Radhakishan Damani-owned D-Mart is now India’s most valued retailer

Secret Diary of V Vaidyanathan Part-2

The Adani group founder on taking the path less travelled in creating an infrastructure conglomerate

Finlandia’s luxury vodka opens up a debate about a spirit that’s still largely divorced from tasting notes

Billionaire investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala on what makes for astute investing and much more

Jagdeep Kapoor of Samsika Marketing Consultants points out five branding mistakes to avoid

WNS Global Services Group CEO Keshav Murugesh on five ways to engineer a turnaround

Already grappling with falling sales in FY16, the auto sector has been further hit by measures in the Budget 

If machines can talk to each other, why can’t academia and industry, asks DRDO’s Satheesh Reddy 

Anish Sarkar, country leader, Mercer India, on five non-monetary ways to boost employee performance

Aquamarine Capital's Guy Spier is the evergreen learner, who calls himself an accidental value investor 

CavinKare's Ranganathan has set his sights on the dairy business

Silicon Valley veteran Vinod Khosla on entrepreneurship and failing intelligently 

GMO’s co-founder and stoic polymath, Jeremy Grantham strongly believes in emerging markets

The software-as-a-service industry is set to be worth $144 billion by 2022, and India has a seat at the high table