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|July 30, 2005|
Check out these Australian wines
Australian wines have displaced French wines as the most imported wine in UK, and are nipping at the heels of the French in the USA.
|July 25, 2005|
Where there's no will. . .
Companies that fail to lay out a clear succession plan often result in tragic consequences, leading to splits in the family. So why do patriarchs fail to spell out the future?
How to set up a large start-up
What was the strategy used by ICICI-Prudential Life Insurance in India? Read on. . .
|July 19, 2005|
B-schools make managers, not leaders
B-schools don't teach you leadership. The job of a leader - as distinct from a manager - is to unflinchingly believe that tomorrow will be better than today.
Boom time for fund investors
The good times continued for fund investors as markets yet again ended the week in positive terrain.
|July 15, 2005|
Check out these low-cost laptops!
While there are great deals to be had, especially if you move away from the high-profile Pentium stuff, reading the fine print of ads is vital
|July 14, 2005|
Don't open that e-mail
The warning was issued by an e-mail security company which has said that something called the Trojan horse programme is hitting networks around the world.
|July 07, 2005|
The great managerial deluge
PSU banks are suddenly increasing managerial posts, in one case this rose from seven to 19 overnight, as well as raising performance-linked pay.
|July 04, 2005|
Has RIL got a fair deal?
The Ambani brothers may have settled the issue of ownership amicably, but RIL shareholders don't seem to have got a fair deal.
The battle for steel
The Orissa government's concessions to Korean steel major Posco has set the cat among the mice, as the skirmish for mining rights for iron-ore heats up.
|July 02, 2005|
How good is the Lancer Cedia?
We drive the next Mitsubishi for India, the new Lancer Cedia.
How to buy cheap airline tickets
But the sudden flurry of new, private low-cost airlines offering abnormally cheap tickets made us sit-up and literally rub our eyes to check that we aren't imagining the ticket prices.