A New Lagaan On India Inc.
There is a new Frankenstein monster in India in the form of the ESG regime. The government is pushing ill-equipped businesses to adopt an expensive philosophy of corporate governance and climate reporting that makes India an unequal partner in global trade. For the time being, corporate India is gasping for ways to stay relevant
Neeraj Thakur - March 28, 2023
Corporate Governance Begins And Ends In The Founder’s Head: Sanjeev Bikhchandani
Corporate governance and its relevance at a start-up depend on the founder, according to Sanjeev Bikhchandani, co-founder of Info Edge, a pure play internet company. Both the credit for the success and accountability for failures in a start-up lie with the management. When investors trust a start-up enough to invest in it, wanting the latter to be honest and responsible with their money is a fair expectation, he tells Outlook Business
Outlook Business Team - February 27, 2023
"Make client-centricity your guiding star"
WNS Global Services Group CEO Keshav Murugesh on five ways to engineer a turnaround
January 10, 2019
What went wrong at Rana's Yes Bank | Editor's Note
Rana Kapoor took risky moves in an already risky business. Now, can the new boss salvage the lender?
N Mahalakshmi - October 22, 2019
"The board is the guardian of corporate governance in a company"
Ashok Soota, executive chairman of Happiest Minds, on five ways to build an ethical ecosystem
May 03, 2019
The Eclipse of A Star
Investors worry about poor corporate governance practices at Sun Pharma and price erosion in the US generics market
Prathamesh Mulye - March 25, 2019
A corporate evolution
Shriram Subramanian of InGovern Research reviews Corporate Disclosures
Team Outlook Business - September 25, 2015
Why institutional investors duck governance issues
Corporates, especially in India, get away with just about anything because financial institutions look the other way
Jash Kriplani - August 11, 2015
The peer effect
What role can local peers play in the corporate governance of a family business?
Team Outlook Business - August 10, 2015
What comes in, goes out
Cairn India's $800-million loan to promoter Vedanta has yet again raised the issue of corporate governance
Twesh Mishra - January 16, 2015