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
‘AI-Backed Prompters Will Help Avoid Car Collisions’
The fact that data is the new oil is becoming increasingly clear across segments, and the automobile sector is no stranger to that. As cars become smarter and more connected, Ashish Gupta, brand director, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India, shares five ways in which IT-enabled in-car services will enhance driver experience
August 28, 2022
Oil Of Great Import
India’s edible oil import bill has gone beyond the humongous figure of Rs 1 lakh crore. With the government pushing for domestic production, especially of palm oil, the sector has spawned a rivalry between a swadeshi Ruchi Soya and an imports-driven Adani Wilmar
Kamalika Ghosh - May 28, 2022
Healthcare Offerings From Nature
One of the leading manufacturers of plant extracts and essential oils, the company uses advanced technology and has in-house research and development facilities that focus on production systems, systems control, quality control
December 17, 2021
The Man Who Built Marico
From the Bombay Oil Industries to Marico, Harsh Mariwala speaks about his life, which is full of bold moves, tough choices, and his love for consumers and what they want
Sunny Sen - October 31, 2021
How Energy Secured Are We?
Ballooning fuel prices, low oil & gas production, GST woes and over estimation of green power. Result: India’s energy security remains a distant dream. Is anyone listening?
Neeraj Thakur - October 31, 2021
Facing career turmoil, bills and an existential crisis, author Dan Conway turned to cryptocurrencies, risking it all in a bid to reinvent himself
September 27, 2019
Is Castrol India a mispriced deep value bet or just a dividend play?
The lubricants major’s valuation has eroded over fears of volume contraction due to the onset of electric vehicles
Rajesh Padmashali - January 15, 2021
Sailing through a storm
The shipping industry is in trouble, but there is a glimmer of hope in the deep sea
October 07, 2020
Quit India 2.0
With overreaching bureaucracy and overzealous taxation, doing business in the country has become cumbersome. Many entrepreneurs are lining up Plan B
V Keshavdev - March 04, 2020