unawares by a surging economy, companies are resorting to desperate
measures to fill their ranks with the right kind of people. Beware! They
could be on to your best employees.
There Were Four
The cellular services sector will go through another phase of
consolidation in the pursuit of scale-economies and convergence.
Organised Health Foray
With money from the sale of his stake in Hutchison Max, Max Chairman
Analjit Singh has embarked on a diversification into emerging businesses.
The European giant plans to storm the premium end of India's white goods
market. Does it suffer from an overdose of prudence?
The first Indian head of Bell Labs, Arun Netravali, shares his views on
the Net's future, communications, and computing.
Birla's Renunciation Gamble
To introduce professionalism into his empire, the scion of the S.K. Birla
Group is stepping down from the boards of six group companies.
Post-restructuring, Kodak India has emerged as a company that can cope
The networking major has re-shaped itself into a cluster of new economy
companies that aspire to reap the lucre at every node of the Net
Morris' Tangy Come-Back
Even as its cigarette business' entry into the country is in doubt, the
American company's food business readies to (re-)launch the orange
Maran's Made-In-China export zone dream.
MTNL's outgoing Chairman and Managing Director, S. Rajagopalan, speaks to
BT about the future of a company standing on the verge of entry into the
cellular services market and broadband services.
And The New India
Fine, the old economy (and past policies of the government) didn't really
encourage NRIs to invest in India. Surely, that must have changed now. Or
has it? A BT special report.
Great Disinvestment Game
The GOI has chalked out a viable plan for disinvesting its stake in PSUs.
But will good intentions translate into effective deeds?
Be it an IIM or a US university, education is expensive business. Here's
all you ever wanted to know about educational loans.
Futures are in. They are expected to
provide the equity markets with critical depth and liquidity. And the
players a much-needed hedging instrument.
Case Of Effective Downsizing
Total Industries--BT's fictional
company--must trim the flab from its soaps division. But how should its
traditional management go about laying off people? PwC's S.
NOCIL's V. Vanikar, & TISS' R.C. Datta deliberate. A BT Case Study.
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