The group that prides itself on ethics, highest standards of corporate governance and social change, has a lot of explaining to do for the issues raised to contain further reputational damage.
The conclusions one can draw from the abrupt removal of Cyrus Mistry
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Sushobhan Dasgupta, Managing Director, Johnson & Johnson Medical India, & VP, Diabetes Care, Asia Pacific, talks to P.B. Jayakumar about the changes that need to be brought about in the Indian medical devices industry.
Indian textile and apparel companies benefit as global brands look beyond China for sourcing. The sector also shows the highest growth in market cap in the BT500.
The gap between No. 1 TCS and No. 2 RIL has begun to reduce, but the difference is still significant.
Private banks are consistently beating the public sector banks in terms of the market cap growth. And the difference is only widening.
Many major pharma stocks, seen as safe bets in the worst of times, have seen their market caps slip in the past year. Is pharma losing its sheen on the bourses?
Oil producer ONGC lost the most market cap in the BT500. But with OPEC talking about production cut and price corrections, the company will hope for a change in fortune.
With the worst performance among sectors in BT500, most mining and metal companies continue to struggle.
Seven changes in Top 10 and 19 in Top 25 mark the latest edition of BT500 rankings as markets punished the reckless. After a difficult year, India Inc can expect a sunnier 2016/17.
Oil marketing company Indian Oil Corporation continued to ride the softening of oil prices, raking up the highest growth in profits among the BT500 companies.
Infosys makes a comeback to the Top 5 of the BT500 listing, after a five-year hiatus.
Newly-listed IndiGo is the top new entrant in BT500 and, expectedly, the market's favourite in its sector.
The biggest gainer in market cap in the Top 10, Housing Development Finance Corp is consistently focusing on improving ROE and operational efficiency to generate wealth for its shareholders.
India Inc. reined in dividend payouts in 2015/16, a consequence of subdued corporate results in the fiscal year.
The rising competition in the telecom sector has spoiled Bharti Airtel's party. The company is gearing up for a prolonged fight.
This story of how an Indian entrepreneur painstakingly built a microfinance institution is both genuine and inspiring.
Top Corporate honchos from Hyderabad participate in the LLOYD BT PRO AM 2017. By Vipul Hoon & Reynold Robert