Edelweiss Mutual Fund’s Harshad Patwardhan trusts in diligent research to spot opportunities, and in detachment to make timely exit
The Yes Bank founder easily extended loans to debt-laden Indiabulls Group. But what was in it for him?
Corporate banking maverick Rana Kapoor issued big cheques quick and easy. Was it wilful swagger or plain oversight?
Secret Diary of Ajit Isaac — Part 3
Secret Diary of Ajit Isaac — Part 2
Foreign investors have pushed the indices to a record high on expectations of reforms push and earnings recovery. Slippage on either could spoil the party
While there may be more pain in the short term, emerging markets are still the best investment opportunity available today
Vinod Sethi hikes his stake in KCP Sugar amidst utter pessimism
Sanjay and Falguni Nayar’s globetrotting taught their kids to fend for themselves
Rising chronic illnesses and increasing health insurance coverage will spur domestic pharma industry growth
Analytics mogul, Jim Goodnight talks about SAS’ culture, machine learning, and much more
Former Wall Street Man and financial journalist William Cohan narrates a detailed account of events on the Street
After making its mark in the traditional spices business, MTR foods is now eyeing the growing breakfast market
The Wall Street Journal's Scott Patterson recounts how a group of quantitative traders took the financial markets by storm
Nobel laureates George Akerlof and Robert Shiller on the non-economic motives that feature insidiously in our financial decisions
An extract from Bill Browder's book 'Red Notice'
NBFCs have been badly hit by demonetisation. Who should you bet on?
Sooner rather than later, Yellen's smooth shot from the fairway will find the deep rough
Secret Diary of Devi Prasad Shetty Part - 2
Early-stage investors at microfinance institutions are reaping multibaggers
Secret Diary of Rashesh Shah Part-1
A frothy market and the spectre of negative interest rates continue to confound investors
Amansa Capital founder Akash Prakash on why moat investing is harder than it seems
Haircut-resistant Indian banks loathe a clean-up of their rotten loan books
An extract from Duff McDonald's book on McKinsey & Co titled The Firm
The RBI's largesse in the form of the 5/25 scheme might lead to banks trying to evergreen dud loans