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William Thorndike, founder, Housatonic Partners whose book, The Outsiders, is a must-read for investors 

Just as a dying canary would warn miners about poisonous gases building up in a tunnel, a good set of indicators is essential for any manager, says Ishaat Hussain, former director of Tata Sons

Harvard professor Steven Pinker makes a case for progress in 'Enlightenment Now'

Shoppers Stop’s new campaign tackles an age-old stereotype, with sass and style

After the initial struggle with GST implementation, SMEs in Noida-Ghaziabad are hoping to get business back on track 

A new range of luxury watches not only make you stand out but also treat you like modern-day royalty

Despite a turbulent year at work, businesses at Erode believe the worst is over

Even as Assam woos businesses to set up factories in the state, traditional tea and micro units are finding the going tough

Sensex Return on Equity is currently at its lowest in 20 years, and there is little to suggest a quick rebound

Pantaloons' new owners are keen to move up the value chain and set up more stores. Will the aggressive bet pay off?

Reynold Traders has been buying shares from the open market, thus increasing its stake from 0.54% to 0.75%

In its bid to level the playing field for offline retailers, the new e-eommerce policy has caused unrest among online giants

Ramesh Subramanyam, chief financial officer, Tata Power, on five ways to conserve cash during a crunch

Bharti Infratel's Akhil Gupta sold over 7 lakh shares in two tranches in the open market

Get a sense of where the market could head from here on. Know the reasons why they feel what they feel

RPG Group CFO Subba Rao Amarthaluru on managing costs during a downturn

The Oracle of Omaha talks about his market outlook and why Berkshire doesn't have a uniform compensation policy

Even in times of stress, MD of Gulf Oil Lubricants does not lose his calm, sometimes, he writes to himself

In a hyper-consumerist world, Adam Minter goes on an adventure trail to trace the afterlife of goods we once owned

Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri was doubtful if times are as dark as they are said to be, though he added that the present hardship comes from “unproductive competition” 

Between politicians and economists, big social and economic issues are often taken to the former, write Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo

Growing companies have found a new friend in venture debt funds, who help tide over bad times and enforce much needed financial discipline

Times Internet has grown by transforming into a company with multiple digital products, all drawing power from a dynamic centre

‘Responsible luxury’ as a philosophy is relevant and a sign of the times, as those who travel the world care about it, says Dipak Haksar, CEO. ITC Hotels

Times have changed, but Mirae Asset Global Investments CEO Swarup Mohanty prefers listening to vinyl records