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Elliott founder says the South Korean company has a “tremendous platform” and offers “tremendous value”

Bring the multiplex experience to your home with these ultra-premium TV offerings from Samsung, LG and Sony for the ultimate viewing experience

With the launch of its affordable Galaxy M series, Samsung takes on Xiaomi and hopes to regain some lost ground

Chinese brands led by Xiaomi take a firm grip on India’s smartphone market

A long-due portfolio revamp has put Whirlpool on a high growth trajectory. Now, it is looking beyond its core offerings

How OnePlus succeeded with an unconventional marketing strategy

Here's how to build a fulfilling professional life  

The Nudge Foundation through its focused skill development programme is helping the underprivileged find the right jobs

Anil Rai Gupta wants to double Havells' turnover to Rs.20,000 crore, positioning it as a one-stop appliance shop

As Chinese players increase their dominance over the Indian smartphone market, Micromax hopes to regain some of its lost glory

Move over the 'idiot-box'. It's time to make way for these Smart TVs by Bang & Olufsen, LG and Samsung

A growing domestic market has spurred smartphone manufacturing but the development of a component ecosystem is critical to take it to the next level

Samsung promises to serve you wherever you are 

Despite striking dissimilarities, the Mehra siblings have carved a niche for themselves in the fashion industry

Baobab Studios wants to redefine virtual reality through its unique and immersive way of storytelling

Voltas’ latest ploy to sustain market share draws heavily from its old tricks

White goods players are turning up the volume in an attempt to boost online sales

Martin Prosperity Institute's director Roger Martin is a champion doer and a practical idealist 

Professor and author Anil K Gupta on the successes and failures of Chinese companies

Companies need to be flexible to remain relevant in a changing environment

W Chan Kim & Renee Mauborgne, professors of strategy, INSEAD

Blackberry has been losing market share globally. Can it stay on course in India?

Start-up Actwitty tracks your online activity and data to build your social profile

Samsung India Electronics' MD talks about his favourite cuisine and more