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|January 31, 2005|
How to build a great company
N R Narayana Murthy, Chairman of the Board and Chief Mentor, Infosys Technologies, outlines the key ingredients to building a great company and the role of 'compassionate capitalism' in society.
|January 28, 2005|
Jamshyd Godrej backs WEF anti-graft move
Jamshyd N Godrej, chairman and managing director, Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Co. Ltd is the only Indian corporate leader to have committed to supporting a zero-tolerance policy in a WEF-led collaborative move to fight corruption and bribery.
The father of Kaizen speaks!
Indian managers are extremely intelligent, but they completely isolate themselves from reality, says Masaaki Imai, the father of Kaizen movement.
Yet another boom year for IT
The toughest challenge of 2005 will be managing this expectation and not doing any imprudent stuff
All you want to know about broadband
So what does this mean for you as a broadband service subscriber? Precisely what broadband services can you expect and what broadband technologies exist here and overseas?
|January 27, 2005|
Broadband offers: What's in it for you
The technology is fast becoming a way of life across the world. Asia-Pacific fixed line broadband connections grew by 50 per cent during 2004
|January 26, 2005|
Why Arcus failed in Mumbai
Even until December, if you drove into the parking lot of the High Street in the Phoenix Mills complex (central Mumbai's trendiest retail destination), it was difficult to miss the 120-foot hoarding of Arcus on a side wall.
|January 24, 2005|
IIM, IIT set to go global!
IIM-Bangalore and IIT-Bombay are tying up with educational bodies in Singapore to make their international debut.
ACC: Who won, who didn't?
ACC shareholders benefit from the Holcim connection, which will make the company a stronger competitor in the medium term
|January 22, 2005|
Card wars: ICICI or Citi?
ICICI Bank has overtaken Citibank on the credit card turf, but the jury's still out on the eventual winner.
ITC's smart mover advantage
ITC's launch of a luxury hotel in the heart of Mumbai will carve out a new market.
Delhi a super city by 2010!
Uninterrupted power and water, signal-free roads, satellite cities and the 2010 Games could turn Delhi into a megapolis.
|January 19, 2005|
Bangalore, still hottest for IT firms
Despite infrastructure problems, Bangalore attracts 2.5 IT firms every week. In April, May and June of 2004 alone, 50 IT companies, including 30 foreign firms with 100 per cent equity, set up shop in the city.
|January 18, 2005|
Customer is king? Not quite
A survey shows that despite the buzz about eCRM, Indian companies fail to effectively handle customer relations online.
Will banks' earnings drop?
A good premium for their stocks will help banks grow earnings strong enough to offset the impact of a higher equity base.
|January 14, 2005|
How to set up a company, and succeed!
Ankur Lal, whose innovative firm Infozech in telecom billing solutions, says to succeed as an entrepreneur you need to believe in yourself!
|January 12, 2005|
Facing a multinational onslaught
Multinational companies are beginning to hire the best and the brightest from campuses -- and they're stepping up their hiring. The outcome could be job hopping.
|January 11, 2005|
Banking on merger
Two public-sector banks are set to merge and become the second-largest bank in the country. What's in it for the investor?
MTNL, BSNL merger: A good idea
With competition in the telecom industry intensifying, economies of scale are a must to survive.
2005 IPOs: Ready, steady, grow
The new issue money plant is all set to grow bigger and better in 2005 with issuers keen on capitalising on the bullish sentiment at the bourses. Read on to know what is in store.
|January 06, 2005|
How to pick auto ancillary stocks
We feel that P/E multiple is an important metric in evaluating the performance of a company from this sector.
How to nurture talent
Kumar Mangalam Birla says management means attracting talented people, nurturing them, developing them, and giving them space.
|January 05, 2005|
Identifying an aluminium stock: Do's and don'ts
Investing in commodity stocks is always a risky proposition because of the cyclicality of the sector. Here are some factors one should keep in mind before investing in an aluminium company.
|January 04, 2005|
The essence of leadership
Indian world class leaders share specific qualities. Infosys' Chairman Murthy identifies them.
Where have all the entrepreneurs gone?
The majority of the respondents of the Ernst&Young-CNBC TV 18 survey on entrepreneurship named Murthy, Premji and Dhirubhai as entrepreneurs worthy of emulation.