Emami’s Persistent Bear Hug
After more than four successful decades, FMCG major Emami, which owns popular brands like Navratna oil, BoroPlus, Kesh King, etc., seems to be losing its charm among retail investors. Why has it lost significant value at the bourses in the last five years?
Devanshu Singla - August 28, 2023
Male-grooming is more than a finger comb and a razor now. Brands are selling innovative products with woke marketing lines, and making much money
Shruti Venkatesh - April 18, 2019
Connecting The Dots
After becoming the go to company for process automation, Honeywell is now banking on analytics and smart cities to pull in the next leg of growth
Krishna Gopalan - July 25, 2018
RS Agarwal & RS Goenka
For Radhe Shyam Agarwal & Radhe Shyam Goenka, Emami still remains their best investment
V Keshavdev - October 30, 2017
On Solid Ground
Shree Cement has had spectacular success in the North. Can it conquer the South and East?
Krishna Gopalan - May 03, 2017
Problem of Plenty
For the first time in 15 years, cement production is set to witness a decline
March 28, 2017
The pharma-to-FMCG player is leveraging its herbal equity to gain market share in other categories. Can it win?
Himanshu Kakkar - January 24, 2017
Manish Bhatt and Raghu Bhat
The advertising mavericks' 20-year-old friendship perfectly balances quirk and business
Siddhi Nayak - January 10, 2017
Game of Herbs
Homegrown FMCG brands and MNCs are hitching their wagon to the herbal trend
Laveena Iyer - November 28, 2016
The consumer-buying spree
Large FMCG companies are making expensive acquisitions to buck the slowdown. Will the strategy pay off?
Krishna Gopalan - February 04, 2016