Male-grooming is more than a finger comb and a razor now. Brands are selling innovative products with woke marketing lines, and making much money
FMCG companies are stepping outside their brick-and-mortar stores and trying a new strategy of retailing online-first
Harsh Mariwala buys 130,000 shares of L&T Finance Holdings worth Rs.18 million in the recent dip
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The shy and reserved Lara Balsara Vajifdar had big shoes to fill, but with her indefatigable approach she has taken Madison World to greater heights
SV Agri’s ecosystem for potato farming is proving to be a win-win for growers as well as food processors
How Vini Cosmetics managed to beat multinationals at their own game with Fogg
They might lose a battle, but they won't lose the war. What makes them unbeatable?
MobiDent, India’s first portable dental chain is aiming towards making dental care both accessible and affordable
Harsh Mariwala buys into the stock’s weakness to perk up holdings
Homegrown FMCG brands and MNCs are hitching their wagon to the herbal trend
With low-cost sanitary napkins, Saral Designs is blotting out menstrual woes of the underprivileged
Can breakfast cereal makers convert Indian eating habits by tapping local flavours?
CEO Varun Berry has baked up growth at Britannia. Can he keep it crispy?
Large FMCG companies are making expensive acquisitions to buck the slowdown. Will the strategy pay off?
Saugata Gupta, CEO, Marico, on creating a culture of empowerment
HUL wants to crack the ayurvedic products market through Indulekha
Shackled by its premium positioning, Saffola is straining to grow
Demergers and spin-offs have not always worked wonders
Asset values are way out of whack but nobody is stepping forward to point out that the emperor has no clothes
Companies are increasingly hopping on to the cause-related marketing bandwagon to bump up their businesses
How India’s affluent families are creating and growing their personal wealth
The legacy has thrived for 116 years. Its chairman thinks the Godrej group is even better poised for the future
Marico has spun-off its bleeding skincare business. Can it deliver as an independent company?