By taking a ‘helicopter view’ and spending quality time with friends, Wunderman Thompson South Asia Chairman & Group CEO keeps stress away
This resilient pital nagri, still recovering from the post-GST cash crunch, couldn’t be happier about the US-China stand-off
The bicycle-manufacturing hub of India is facing heat from China, and its technologically advanced and cheaper products
Consumption may go up among this age group with a tax cut
MSMEs in Aurangabad are seeing divided fortunes. One part is barely running, while the other is flourishing
The marquee private equity firm’s strategy of lending to growth companies and risky turnarounds has backfired badly, denting its reputation as a savvy financier
Secret Diary of Ishaat Hussain — Part 2
Grappling with bad loans, weak loan growth and leadership uncertainty, its valuation is under pressure
WNS Global Services Group CEO Keshav Murugesh on five ways to engineer a turnaround
Founder and Group CEO of MakeMyTrip finds inspiration in everything — from time spent with family and friends to the Indian national anthem
Grasim Industries stock rallies as promoters buy shares worth Rs.435 million
Universal Music Group – India & South Asia MD and CEO is not easily stressed, but when he is, a long walk accompanied by music does the trick
He has seen various crises in his years working in companies such as PepsiCo, Nokia, and HUL. He believes a slowdown is when you draw your teams closer and go shopping for bargain buys
An insight into the investment preferences of the wealthy Indians
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
Chairman and Group CEO of Wunderman Thompson South Asia knows how to spend his leisure time in style — in the lap of nature or indulging in delectable Thai food
Once celebrated as the turnaround genius, Gautam Thapar is today fighting to get back into the company that he once rescued. What led to this descent?
Once a turnaround genius, promoter Gautam Thapar was ousted by his own board. Are other boardrooms going to take note?
The next generation of workspaces is as hip as they come. We dive into what works and what doesn’t in favour of coworking
He’s the man who brings world-class symphonies and classical music to the country and even at the age of 84, his passion for music shows no signs of slowing down
As the Tata Group merges its consumer businesses to form an FMCG giant, investors are lining up to order
A well-managed insurance company turned out to be a risky stock to own. But it may be safe to set sail again, with Max Financial Services
In a rapidly changing digital world, mid-cap IT firms have more headroom to grow than large-caps
Harshavardhan Neotia, chairman, Ambuja Neotia on five ways to avoid business disputes in a family