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|January 30, 2006|
What Money Monarchs expect this year
Seven stock market stalwarts debate the prospects for Indian stocks in the annual round-table organised by Capitalideasonline.com.
|January 25, 2006|
Why Indian Airlines changed logo, name
There's more to an image makeover than cosmetic changes, and Indian Airlines Limited says it knows the difference.
4 hottest biotech firms to watch
Fast Company's Innovation Scorecard takes a look at one of the hottest industries around, and comes up with four companies to watch.
25 great careers in the US
The best jobs to pursue today? Fast Company draws on data from the Bureau of Labour Statistics to compile a list of 25 great careers for the years ahead.
|January 21, 2006|
Check out these super luxury flats
Short of shooting people as they walk through the gates, DLF has done almost everything else to keep up an almost superhuman aura of exclusivity around these two projects.
They design architectural wonders
Created in 1996, the firm has established itself as one of the top players in design; however, it is now that they seem to be coming into their own with new and unique projects.
What's coming up in retail
From 25 operational malls in 2003, the country is expecting over 220 malls by 2006 and over 600 malls by 2010, according to the Edelweiss Securities study.
Naresh Goyal's success story
Naresh Goyal had to walk for a few miles everyday to school as his parents could not afford a bicycle for him, and started his career as a cashier at his maternal uncle's company at a starting salary of Rs 300 a month.
Zee gives new twist to airports revamp row
The Zee/Essel group has written a letter to the prime minister urging him to have a 'relook' at the entire process and 'revisit' it 'from the expression of interest stage.
|January 20, 2006|
Tips to be a champion at marketing
Today's marketers need to think strategically not tactically. Launch initiatives that are cross-functional and bottomline-orientated, advises Nirmalya Kumar.
|January 17, 2006|
Reliance demerger: What should you do?
Some analysts say there will be unlocking of value and if an RIL shareholder holds these shares, he will continue to receive benefits in terms of growth from unrelated Reliance Capital, Energy and Infocomm businesses anyway.
Anil Ambani to be India's entertainment czar
The ADAE group has identified fast-track growth in all segments to keep India swinging to its beat.
|January 16, 2006|
The man behind Sebi's makeover
In the one year he's been at Sebi, G Anantaraman has passed some 100 orders.
Is the party over for the Indian flier?
If Jet Airways' acquisition of Air Sahara goes through, it will, without a doubt, create a dominant market player, thus opening the spectre of higher air tariffs, or even predatory pricing, which that could eventually kill the low-cost carriers.
All about 'incoming free for life' mobile plans
First and foremost, it is not 'free for life' as all the service providers specify that the user must recharge every six months to stay mobile! And more importantly, every call you make will be more expensive than the normal prepaid call charge.
7 top skills for great relationships
The Grid theory empowers people to create relationships built on candour, confidence, mutual trust and respect. How can that happen in just four-and-a-half days?
|January 12, 2006|
The hottest tech stuff for 2006
We ask decision-makers which technologies will make or break it in 2006. Here's what they have to say...
The man who said no to Wal-Mart
Thousands hope to get their products onto the shelves of the world's biggest retailer. But Jim Wier wanted Wal-Mart to stop selling his Snapper mowers.
|January 11, 2006|
Is there a market for eveningers?
Rajasthan Patrika launches its eveninger News Today. Will it sustain the hype?
Top 10 tech trends for India
Check out the happening infotech, communications and entertainment trends of 2006.
Save tax with Fidelity
An interesting feature about the NFO is that the AMC will absorb all the initial issue expenses; it will not pass on the cost to the investor, which is the standard industry practice. The same will reflect in the investor's return.
|January 09, 2006|
Will Sensex boom in 2006?
Two experts debate the technical prospects for year 2006. One is bullish while the other feels that the market will move sideways over the next six months.
|January 05, 2006|
Fog: Why airlines are in a daze
Private airlines that have been told to train their pilots, so that they can land even in thick foggy conditions, are still hesitant to obey the government's ultimatum.
|January 03, 2006|
Can Hollywood build a better business?
Hollywood is the iconic American industry. But audiences are vanishing, piracy is soaring, and new technology is treacherous. Can Tinseltown innovate its way out of trouble?
How Menon turned around Tata Chemicals
Under Menon, Tata Chemicals has smoothly progressed from a company that was sheltered by government policies to one that is market-driven, customer-centric and focussed on cost control.
The year's best digital buys
As prices have tumbled and the capabilities of portable PCs have grown, laptops have taken an increasingly large part of the retail PC market.
4 tips on investing in art
Investing in art can be a fulfilling experience. Both aesthetically and financially.
|January 02, 2006|
Check out these 14 great stocks
With two and half years of bull run behind us, could this year be the grand finale with a euphoric spike? May be. But it is safer to adopt a strategy that does not count on euphoria.