Nine years ago, Tata Group shelled out $12 billion to pick up Corus - its biggest purchase till date. Now it is exiting at a huge loss. The distress sale is a dream turned sour for the group that made India's biggest overseas acquisition at the peak of the commodities supercycle.
Mumbai-based Complykaro is helping companies comply with laws related to sexual harassment at the workplace.
SKS Microfinance's failure to win a small finance bank licence, even as its competitors got them, is likely to hit its growth prospects hard.
The Mi 5 is a power-packed flagship smartphone with the best of features and comes at an unbelievable price.
Be it display, usability, camera or sound quality, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro is a spectacular tablet, but comes at a high price.
Apple has relaunched a 4-inch iPhone in a market flooded with big-screen phones. Will this bring smaller screens back on the shelves?
Companies have found a new appetite for frequent feedback to employees. But will the strategy pay off?
Audi India has been the fastest to achieve pole position in the Indian luxury car market, since its 2007 debut. Last year, though, it lost the coveted spot to Mercedes-Benz. Audi India Head Joe King shares key issues, driving the Indian luxury space and new challenges.
HR leaders from Delhi discussed the need for newer strategies to prepare for the future.
Business confidence falls for the fifth straight quarter as corporate leaders expect economic recovery to take longer, finds the latest Business Today-C fore Business Confidence Survey.
The clause that online marketplaces cannot influence the pricing of products sold on their platforms as per the recent FDI guidelines for e-commerce retail, is giving sleepless nights to the $11-billion online retail industry to lure consumers to shop online.
India's information technology companies will continue to do well in spite of global pressures.
The new DIPP draft guidelines seek to curb hefty royalty payments by local manufacturers to use patents of foreign firms. This may open up a Pandora's box.
The four listed shares with differential voting rights have outperformed the ordinary shares of the companies during the one- and three-year periods.
For the domestic automobile industry, it is going from bad to worse. It
was already reeling under the three-month ban on the registration of
diesel cars above 2,000 cc in Delhi-NCR. Now, the Supreme Court is considering a 30 per cent Environment cess on diesel cars to lift the ban.