A shortfall in GST collections could spoil the finances of 12 key states
An endless struggle for power, paucity of skilled labour and poor infrastructure is taking a heavy toll on industry
Telangana troubles and a power crisis have taken the sheen off what was once known as India’s new IT capital
Last year’s unbridled optimism is wearing thin at most industrial clusters
Secret Diary of Ronnie Screwvala — Part 2
WestBridge Capital's Sumir Chadha has an enviable mid-cap investing track record
Dabur’s Mohit Burman has made a financial foray.
Reserchers study the performance of US state commercial banks in federal and state supervision
With provisions peaking and rising hopes of an economic recovery, banks may be a good parking lot for patient investors
As HDFC Bank’s stock price continues to rise, director Paresh Sukthankar offloads shares worth Rs.9.86 crore
After the RBI warned of further rise in NPAs, PSU bank stocks have resumed their downtrend
An extract from Duvvuri Subbarao's book 'Who Moved My Interest Rate?'
Despite short-term setbacks, the long-term outlook doesn’t seem too dire for J&K Bank
The country's third-largest private sector bank's aggressive growth is coming undone
Deutsche Bank’s John Cryan in a letter on the bank’s website, hinting at deep staff cuts and change in culture
Does Bandhan Bank’s growth justify paying a premium over the best managed banks in the country?
The Danish bank's chief economist presents tongue-in-cheek forecasts for 2016
State-owned bank stocks have gained 30% in a month, post the recap announcement
The software-as-a-service industry is set to be worth $144 billion by 2022, and India has a seat at the high table
Why Star outbid its rivals to bag the TV and digital rights of IPL and how it plans to make the most of its costliest wager
Synthite has emerged as the country’s largest exporter of value-added spices
The story of how KRBL became the world’s biggest exporter of basmati rice
They might lose a battle, but they won't lose the war. What makes them unbeatable?
A growing domestic market has spurred smartphone manufacturing but the development of a component ecosystem is critical to take it to the next level
The race is on to develop a 100% Indian smartphone. But what's the driver, really?
Jewellery makers are trying to polish slackening sales by reaching out to an all-new segment of buyers