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India’s best NGOs to work for
These enterprises* have earned their title by blending social good with employee welfare

India’s best NGOs to work for

These enterprises* have earned their title by blending social good with employee welfare

NOV 04 , 2019

Rana’s ‘Yes’ Bank

Corporate banking maverick Rana Kapoor issued big cheques quick and easy. Was it wilful swagger or plain oversight?

Krishna Gopalan | OCT 29 , 2019

Is Zomato running low on cash?

The food aggregator does know that restaurants are logging out as their bottomline is getting whacked out of shape by Zomato Gold. Then, why won’t it budge? Maybe, it is equally cornered

Debangana Ghosh | OCT 23 , 2019

Fall from grace

Once celebrated as the turnaround genius, Gautam Thapar is today fighting to get back into the company that he once rescued. What led to this descent?

Krishna Gopalan | SEP 30 , 2019

India’s best workplaces for women

Outlook Business and Great Place to Work® bring you the second annual listing of India’s Best Workplaces For Women. Read on to know what these admirable companies are doing right

SEP 30 , 2019

First among equals

SAP Labs India’s HR policies are not only women-friendly but also nurture a secure ecosystem for all its employees

Hari Menon | SEP 18 , 2019

Sista Power

With empathetic policies and a familial environment, SEWA Rural is truly an ideal workplace for women

Deepika Agrawal | SEP 18 , 2019

Slow and Unsteady

The government’s attempt to re-ignite growth with a fiscal stimulus has failed to enthuse investors. With slowing growth and not much respite in sight, is the worst yet to come?

Kripa Mahalingam | AUG 30 , 2019

Who’ll bag the next billion?

India is churning out more unicorns than ever before, thanks to the digital transformation. We give you the start-ups next in line to hit the coveted valuation

Kripa Mahalingam | AUG 13 , 2019

New growth model

Indian pharma majors are facing their toughest year yet in the US, with regulatory clampdown, hostile political environment and falling prices. Is reinvention the answer to their woes?

Kripa Mahalingam, Krishna Gopalan | JUL 26 , 2019

The Taskmaster

Will an economics background and intricate understanding of commerce and trade help Nirmala Sitharaman steer the economy through its darkest hour?

V Keshavdev | JUN 13 , 2019

Ready to Roll

DMart, one of the most resilient offline retailers, is adapting quickly to survive an online onslaught. But bigger fish are closing in

Prathamesh Mulye | JUN 04 , 2019

Food Wars

Swiggy now has a $3.3-billion valuation, but challenges are plenty and the competition hungry

V Keshavdev | MAY 21 , 2019

The Rise of The OTTs

The video streaming market is likely to explode to $5 billion by 2023. Sit up and watch

V Keshavdev | APR 10 , 2019

The contrarian retailer

Noel Tata’s astute business sense and a unique retail strategy have enabled Trent to achieve robust growth, despite fluctuating demand

Shruti Venkatesh | MAR 20 , 2019

Friends with Benefits

Ironic as it may seem, Narendra Modi’s chances of a second term in office could well hinge on the benevolence of allies

V Keshavdev | FEB 19 , 2019

Age of Plenty

It is not only flush venture capitalists who are chasing start-ups. Family offices and high-net worth individuals are also chasing Unicorns

Shilpa Elizabeth Abraham | NOV 27 , 2018

Between the devil and the deep blue sea

After a stupendous run over the past five years, NBFCs face a stormy future amid a liquidity crunch and rising defaults

V Keshavdev, Prathamesh Mulye | OCT 29 , 2018

Welcome to the party

With well-articulated policies, a few organisations are fixing the gender imbalance and making workplaces more accommodating for women

Shruti Venkatesh | OCT 02 , 2018

The Digital Rush

Businesses are hankering for digital solutions, and IT industry’s biggies are reinventing themselves to cash in

Shilpa Elizabeth Abraham | OCT 01 , 2018

Flat On Its Back

The rupee’s resilience has again been blown away by its oldest nemesis: rising crude and foreign outflows. The outlook for the next year is not pleasant either

V Keshavdev | SEP 06 , 2018

Ikea’s India Play

With a focus on affordability and variety, the Sweden-based furnishing major has scripted a success story in almost every country it operates in. Will the script play out here?

Shruti Venkatesh | AUG 09 , 2018

Flying Into Uncharted Territory

IndiGo dominates the Indian skies, but its tried-and-tested strategy may not work internationally

Krishna Gopalan | JUL 20 , 2018


Electric vehicles are in for a bumpy ride as automakers hesitate to take the big leap

V Keshavdev, Krishna Gopalan | JUN 22 , 2018