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  • Dream catcher

    Friday 12 Aug '11A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams. Legendary American actor John Barrymore could well have taken inspiration for these words from 80-year-old Jaiprakash Gaur.
  • The no-frills man

    Wednesday 03 Aug '11The office of the low-cost carrier IndiGo is located in a swanky building in Gurgaon and, as we wait for the company president Aditya Ghosh at its office, everything screams ‘low cost’—the rickety reception desk, old water bottles in the conference room and crammed office space.
  • The no-frills man

    Wednesday 03 Aug '11The office of the low-cost carrier IndiGo is located in a swanky building in Gurgaon and, as we wait for the company president Aditya Ghosh at its office, everything screams ‘low cost’—the rickety reception desk, old water bottles in the conference room and crammed office space.
  • Column: 2,532 new towns or 2,532 new Dharavis

    Saturday 23 Jul '11First the good news. India’s urban population grew by around 91 million between 2001 and 2011, accounting for more than half the people—181.4 million.
  • Column: Shades of grey

    Thursday 07 Jul '11What do the barrage of real estate messages that clog your mobile’s inbox each day signal?
  • The outsider

    Friday 03 Jun '11He was not even in the direct line of succession, let alone becoming the main inheritor of the Thapar legacy.
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  • 'Faster we localise, faster we succeed'

    Thursday 12 May '11“I think the place sells itself. Even in the chaos, you can sense the energy,” says John Flannery, president & CEO, GE India.
  • 'For PE, India is less sexy than China today'

    Wednesday 04 May '11The poster boy of Indian private equity, Ashish Dhawan of ChrysCapital, tells Sarika Malhotra and Shailesh Dobhal that PE is a business one falls in love with pretty easily
  • Column : Too big to fill!

    Monday 18 Apr '11At the outset let me announce my deep respect and professional regard for the four industry veterans—Ratan Tata, NR Narayana Murthy, AM Naik and YC Deveshwar—whose impending superannuation is creating much media noise of late.
  • Media on his mind

    Wednesday 06 Apr '11Sandeep Goyal recently made a killing by selling his 26% stake in Dentsu India back to the Japanese agency.
  • Column : Numbers don’t add up in India

    Friday 25 Mar '11It’s become all too familiar. Take any set of numbers—income, consumption, production, inflation, poverty, sales to television ratings—and you almost always have a big argument on it.
  • Column : Nowhere to hide

    Saturday 26 Feb '11In hindsight, the unravelling of the Rs 12,000-crore accounting scam at the IT major Satyam two years ago was overbilled as India’s Enron moment.
  • The Eternal Banker

    Friday 11 Feb '11Yes Bank currently has a balance sheet of Rs 52,245 crore, 185 branches, 3,785 employees, a profit of Rs 524 crore, and its existence and fairly good financial metrics is almost taken as given now.
  • We’re getting over Satyam, will double employees

    Thursday 20 Jan '11He has been around at PwC and seen it through the worst, and today he is at the helm. As Deepak Kapoor, 52, takes charge as the new chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers India, he spells out a clear vision for PwC post Satyam.
  • Column : The enemy within

    Saturday 08 Jan '11Though the jury is still out on whether the recent incident of the Rs 300-crore fraud by a Citibank wealth manager, Shivraj Puri, was systemic or not, of late cases of employee infidelity are on the rise with India Inc.
  • Column : From the tortoise to the hare

    Saturday 01 Jan '11Corporate India’s two decade old journey, post economic liberalisation in 1991, is a story of many parts. The sudden opening up of the economy to global influences, as a result of balance of payment crisis, initially stunned the hitherto insular industry into immobility, even denial.