Sensiwise from Axilor’s latest cohort aims to make quality-control a cakewalk for logistics companies
Hari Menon - October 07, 2019
Crude is cheap but is it a good time to buy into OMCs?
Their valuations look slippery as demand recovery looks uncertain
Debangana Ghosh - May 21, 2020
Is Work From Home the new normal?
Some companies are planning to wholeheartedly embrace work from home
N Mahalakshmi - May 09, 2020
Corporate India is getting good at giving away. See for yourself
Five years since the introduction of mandatory CSR via the Companies Act 2013, how has corporate giving fared?
April 15, 2020
The sneeze that shook the world, and India. How bad is bad?
Having squeezed their cash flow, the COVID-19 pandemic is draining the lifeblood out of companies, big and small
V Keshavdev - April 11, 2020
“Care for customers like you are concerned about their future, worries and aspirations”
As the consumer constantly evolves in an ever-changing world, Ron Kaufman explains how companies can keep up
Debangana Ghosh - March 17, 2020
Fintech companies are offering investors cheaper advice for increasing their wealth
Prathamesh Mulye - March 02, 2020
“Businesses should use technology to disrupt their core competencies”
In a digital age, while some companies are thriving by reimagining their business, others have been left behind
Krishna Gopalan - February 20, 2020
Telecom companies face crushing debt thanks to irregular policies
The next inescapable step for the telecom department might be a demand notice running into multi-billion dollars to the country’s largest corporation Reliance Industries
N Mahalakshmi - January 28, 2020
How KKR India reached a debt end
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
Krishna Gopalan - January 24, 2020