The RBI and the government are forcing big borrowers to reduce leverage. Some companies are managing it better than others.
The Chennai-headquartered Freshdesk may become India's first software-as-a-service product Unicorn.
Tax waivers, subsidies, reimbursement of duties or monetary grants alone can't kick-start manufacturing in India
The law must provide a framework in which entrepreneurs can either revive their failing businesses or seamlessly exit them and take another shot at commercial success
A bevy of smartwatches in the market promises to make your life easier - whether at your desk or on the treadmill. Read on to know if you should buy one.
The SanDisk iXpand flash drive is a convenient way to increase storage on your iPhone and iPad.
Technology has changed our clients businesses and our business. It requires us to create ideas in different modes, in different channels and quicker than we had to before, says Chuck Brymer, President and CEO, DDB Worldwide Communications Group.
The book warns that our callous attitude towards the environment is leading to a bleak future.
The book chronicles the tribulations faced by the author's family and the resurrection of Malayala Manorama amid grim times.
Opportunities are multiplying because both the Centre and state governments have realised the urgency and magnitude of the water problem. A big driving force is the millennium development goal of sanitation and water access for all.
India is going dry, literally so. The per capita availability of water has dropped from 5,177 cubic metres in 1951 to 1,545 cu m in 2011, which is below the 'stress level' of 1,700 cu m. Solutions to India's acute water crisis are a booming market.
While buyouts by large corporate houses during an economic downturn at cheap valuations are not uncommon, Jindal's JSW Group already has accumulated total debt of around Rs 56,000 crore. Also, its major businesses have an exposure to sectors facing challenging times.
Successive finance ministers have announced new institutions for the financial marketplace, but not many have survived or achieved their stated goals.
Obliging the government has come before controlling overexposure to borrowers
For continuous growth, India needs to focus on raising more taxes and enhancing spending efficiency along with more economic reforms
The commodity rebound is being driven more by the weakness in dollar and supply side issues than Chinese demand growth
Even before payments banks could get off the blocks, a few aspirants decided to call it quits. What next?
The narrowing price gap between petrol and diesel, the Supreme Court ban on registration of diesel vehicles with engine capacities of 2,000 cc or more in Delhi-NCR, and the embargo on 10-year-old diesel vehicles in the capital, and now in Kerala, could very well lead to the death of diesel cars in India.
The Fio Cookhouse at Epicuria, Nehru Place has a way of cutting the rest of crowded house. Its interiors and elegant bar make you forget about the world for a while.