Mumbai's amazing dabbawala lunch delivery network
proves a simple thing: Indians can
be super-efficient when they set themselves
to it. more...
The world's toughest quality assessment for
software companies is the SEI CMM 5. And
guess which country has the most of it? India,
of course. more...
Had it rough in 2002?
Cheer up. By all accounts, 2003 will be a much better year for the
consumer and the marketer. more...
Pick Of 2002
The best deal, the most
high-profile IPO, the biggest merger, the best headhunt… in other
words, the best of everything in 2002. more...
The men, and the women,
who hit headlines for whatever reasons. Included: Sanjay Agarwal
of Home Trade, and Azim Premji of Wipro. more...
Who are the CEOs and
executives you should be keeping an eye on in 2003? BT presents
its shortlist of 10. more...
The things you should
throw out with 2002, and the things you will need to live it up
in 2003. Hint: It includes an underwater jet-ski. more...
Biz Trends For '03
to foretell tomorrow's business trends today. Worryingly, xenophobia
comes right on top. Small mercy: We predict you'll party harder
in '03. more...
Best Of BT: 2002
A bit of permissible-and,
yes, well-deserved-trumpet-blowing for BT. A sampling of some of
our best stories of 2002. more...
The Indian Mind For The New World
by Mukesh Ambani
All In The Mind, Stupid!
by N.R. Narayana Murthy
by K.B. Chandrasekhar
Inc. And The World
by Vinod Dham
by Kiran Karnik
Development? Not Any More
by Gururaj Deshpande