Prescription for growth
Three healthcare providers have hit on a business model that effectively marries social goals with commercial imperatives
Deepak Parekh - December 03, 2015
"2016 will be a year to be conservative and risk-averse"
Shankar Sharma of First Global talks about why he believes 2016 is a year to be extra-conservative
Shankar Sharma - December 10, 2015
It took decades of hard work for Zia Mody to build India's foremost mergers and acquisitions advisory firm
Laveena Iyer - November 05, 2015
Will Piramal Realty prove to be lucky for Warburg Pincus and Goldman Sachs?
The PE investors' bet is a mix of proprietary insights and ambitious assumptions
Krishna Gopalan - September 14, 2015
Business lessons from Buffett
Indian promoters can learn a lot from Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger — and finance has very little to do with it
N Mahalakshmi - July 20, 2015
In search of a hero
What India needs is idols its people can look up to and emulate
Saurabh Mukherjea - July 04, 2015
It's the same old story
A combination of fresh global liquidity, expectation of low interest rates locally and a benign crude price gets India back in favour on Wall Street
Rajesh Padmashali - January 07, 2016
"You should oversee, but not interfere"
HDFC’s chairman Deepak Parekh on the testing times faced and lessons learnt while building the country’s first mortgage-financing company
Rajesh Padmashali - December 03, 2015