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Rust, from neglect. A century-old industrial town, which remains an important centre for secondary steel industry, is facing ruin

Phoenix Mills promoters sell stake worth Rs 3.74 billion as it hits a 52-week high

Peter Frankopan's The New Silk Roads compels you to question the dominance of Western nations, revealing the growing influence of China

After becoming the go to company for process automation, Honeywell is now banking on analytics and smart cities to pull in the next leg of growth

Whoever thought traditional saris cannot be luxurious has yet to see these opulent six yards

Indian cotton mills are making merry with a bumper crop and a helping hand from China

A record sugar production in Uttar Pradesh fails to sweeten the mood as arrears reach ₹9,600 crore  

In fighting off a patriarchal society to claim what rightfully belonged to her, Lata Bajoria found a whole new meaning to life

Textile and Pharma companies in Ahmedabad want clarity and stability in policy framework even as they battle short-term hiccups caused by demonetisation 

Gulbarga falters as the cash ban takes a toll on toor dal and construction businesses

There is a potential for non-linear profitability if Ruby Mills gets to develop its surplus land and increase occupancy at 'The Ruby' tower

General Mills India's MD Mainak Dhar reviews R Vaidyanathan's book, 'India Uninc.'

General Mills India's MD Mainak Dhar reviews Mahzarin R Banaji and Anthony G Greenwald's book 

General Mills India's MD Mainak Dhar reviews Susan Cain’s book

General Mills India MD, Mainak Dhar on how he balances work and his passion for writing 

The sugar industry in UP is struggling to get rid of its debt

While Tiruppur's textile units are searching for skilled workers, Karur is innovating to get ahead

HUL wants to crack the ayurvedic products market through Indulekha

India Inc is lagging behind in paying its bills

Seedfund co-founder Bharati Jacob on why women don’t have to conform to the ‘loud and aggressive’ stereotype to succeed

Nasscom Foundation ex-CEO Rita Soni believes clothes make the women, at least when it comes to local handlooms

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

Siyaram is riding the momentum in viscose-based fabrics and its branded garments business

How Manoj Pachisia successfully created a national brand in a hyper-competitive domestic paper tissue market.

Why the glut of sky-high towers in Mumbai might signal the start of a crisis in the beleaguered real estate sector

How India’s affluent families are creating and growing their personal wealth