Smart homes, where every feature can be remotely controlled, are growing in India, but they come at a steep price.
Here's why the new Black Money Act is bound to fail in bringing back the illicit cash stashed abroad.
A story of shell companies, trusts, hawala, tax havens, consultants and money routing.
Small businesses rise up to the challenges of stiffening competition, increasing costs and slowing export markets.
Established in 1991, Control Print has made admirable strides in the coding and marking industry. The company has a wide range of customers, including Holcim, ACC, UltraTech Cement, Unilever, Emami, and Tata Steel.
State-run HSCC has managed to successfully crack a sector primarily dominated by private players.
Nitin Fire Protection Industries plans to achieve the target by growing organically and also by acquiring companies in the Gulf, Europe and Africa.
The major chunk of Cravatex's business comes from Fila, the 1911-founded Italian sportswear brand that is now owned by Yoon-Soo Yoon, who was once its Korean licensee.
Cigniti Technologies' revenue in 2014/15 stood at $63 million. The odds are in its founder CV Subramanyam's favour. The company has expanded at a rapid pace over the past few years.
Rossell India, which has the lion's share of its revenues coming from tea, has dealt with the twin blows at its plantations in Assam, but still says it will not stop acquisitions in the state.
The book goes to great lengths to elucidate the real life principles and practices of what doing an MBA is all about.
The book points out solutions that an engineering mindset can create.
On a recent visit to India, Michael Dell, Chairman and CEO of his eponymously named firm Dell Inc, spoke at a select media roundtable which included Venkatesha Babu of Business Today. Edited excerpts from the conversation-
Dubsmash's $5.5 million funding shows that the Velfie trend is not a fad but something brands need to get on to.
Business Today does a reality check of the claims and counter claims in the fight between the JD(U) and the BJP for voter mind space ahead of elections.
Undoubtedly, talent acquisition, development and retention ranks amongst the biggest activities as well as concerns of all organisations. But small companies certainly have a harder time.
Business Today showcased the rapid strides made by women in corporate India at a glittering ceremony in Mumbai.
The banking platform for MFIs is aimed at achieving financial inclusion but there are challenges ahead.
The distinguishing feature of this year's drought is the extent to which rainfall has varied across states. The IMD's data between June 1 and September 9 this year shows the rainfall has so far been 15 per cent below the LPA in the country.