Ritwik Mukherjee
Big B to promote Navratna Oil as Acapella singer

Bollywood Big B will now be seen in the avatar of an Acapella singer, promoting Navratna Oil, the ayurvedic therapeutic cool oil brand from the stable of Emami Limited.

Sangeetha G.
MFIs increase checks and balances post-DeMo

Demonetisation has been a wake-up call for micro finance institutions, which are still reeling under the pressure of stressed assets in their portfolios.

Subhash Narayan
Dalmia keeps cards close to chest after Ultratech offer for Binani

Dalmia Bharat is gung-ho about taking over Binani Cement irrespective of the competitive counter offer made by UltraTech Cement.

Sandeep Bamzai

Illusion of a free will is as dangerous as its actual suspension, for surreal as the dream is, a noxious chimera, a world of make belief; it leads to a comfort zone which requires instant tearing d

Ritwik Mukherjee
Eyeing offshore markets

Bagrry’s India, one of the leading brands of health foods and breakfast cereals in the Indian sub-continent, which has traditionally been focusing on domestic market demand, is now increasingly con

M Muneer
Scaling Up Customer Base

Building up a strong customer base and improving profitable sales growth are major challenges for all types of businesses, be it a start-up or a conglomerate going global.

Michael Gonsalves
New Audi Q3 35 TDI Quattro is fun to drive

The popular Audi Q3 sports utility vehicle or SUV is quite an important car in the German carmaker's Indian portfolio to woo young and successful professionals as well as business entrepreneurs.

Michael Gonsalves
Jaguar XE and XF sedans now get Ingenium petrol motor

Tata Motors-owned British luxury marque Jaguar Land Rover has launched Jaguar XE and Jaguar XF sedans in India with new light-weight petrol engine to boost sales in Asia’s third biggest economy.

Sudeshna Banerjee
A Flag of Friendship

An array of vibrant colours greets the eye as India hosts the 8th International Theatre Olympics across 17 cities with over 350 performances.

Susan Visvanathan
The Abstraction of Numbers

Professor Jairus Banaji  suggested to a New Delhi audience,  in  millennial year 2001, that we should be concerned about how our  provident fund and pension savings  are in