How it became India's fourth most valuable group and what it is doing to stay on top.
The third-generation leader has diversified the 56-year-old company from a laboratory glassware firm to a Rs 267 crore lifestyle brand, growing at 20 per cent YoY.
The government needs to get down to understanding what IS really causing MSME distress and then look at sops that target sectoral growth and prosperity.
This Mumbai-based company helps people recover lost stuff and rewards finders.
Social networking apps from China are targeting India's regional audience and gaining traction.
As the basic law and rates settle down, authorities are bracing for the next round - legal challenges from businesses.
After enduring its worst festive season in half a decade, the domestic passenger vehicle industry is bracing for a bleak winter.
Both solar and wind tariffs have fallen steeply in recent years, but excessive emphasis on lowering tariffs is now threatening India's renewable energy success story.
What should the next government do to keep India on the growth track? A lowdown from four experts on the state of the economy.
Four years after the regulatory crackdown, drones are set to rise from the shadows as government releases a roadmap for opening up the skies.
As company strategies are evolving fast in sync with a fast-paced economy, new-age boards need to evaluate these for effectiveness and governance issues.
Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha, who is spearheading the drone revolution in the country, spoke about issues ranging from creating game-changing regulations to launch of flying taxis in an interaction with Business Today's Manu Kaushik and Rajeev Dubey. Edited excerpts:
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) is in the thick of action - dealing with shell companies, crisis at IL&FS, putting the fledgling insolvency law in place, and much more. MCA Secretary Injeti Srinivas, in a discussion with Joe C. Mathew and Dipak Mondal, talks about initiatives the ministry has taken in the past one year. Edited excerpts:
A slowdown is in the pipeline and a weaker fiscal profile does not augur well as India faces speed bumps at home and abroad.
Farm distress resolution, facilitating jobs and focus on fiscal prudence should be the government's priorities.
The state of agriculture and a slowly shrinking balance of payments may hinder India's growth story.
The focus should be on reform as the biggest stress remains in agriculture, power and banking.
Researchers from Nvidia have developed AI systems that can generate startlingly authentic-looking images of people who do not exist in real life.
Smartwatches have turned smarter and trendier, and now you can take your pick from luxe and sporty ones.
The untimely demise of what could have been a path-breaking strategy document is regrettable, and it has taken over seven decades to take a relook and analyse its credibility and historical value.
The Indian packaged food market is expected to be worth $270 billion by 2027, driven by often contradictory trends in different parts of the country.
The home-grown brands have leveraged their strengths toemerge with a pan-India taste and a global appetite.
The Indian consumer is becoming aware of which brand of rice or atta to buy and food companies and retailers are leaving no stone unturned to capitalise on the growing trend.
Food start-ups in India are tapping niche markets to create a strong identity.
Private labels or store brands are gaining momentum, but small players will face fierce competition from national companies.