|July 26, 2006|
|The amazing success story of K B Chandrasekhar|
'I want to prove that Indian innovation can be marketed globally. We have a great future,' says the Jamcracker CEO.
Donating money? Here's a guide for you
If you have the money to spare, there is an organisation out there that needs it. Just make sure your money is used in the best possible way and you aren't getting conned.
Meet the boss of India's most profitable cement co
Anil Singhvi feels the cement industry will see consolidation as it is too fragmented. Over 45 players share the cement space and each one of them, on an average, accounts for 3.5 million tonne capacity.
The safest investment plans
Debt products, besides safeguarding your capital, can be used to meet short, medium and long-term financial needs. Here is a guide for you.
7 GREAT investment tips for BIG returns
It is very important to understand aspects of equity investing to do justice to your hard earned money.
HP, HCL feel the heat of Lenovo
Just a year old in the Indian market, the Chinese PC giant plans to give HP and HCL a fight.
Piggy-back on outsourcing
An IBM study reveals when someone else handles your IT needs, it can pay off handsomely.
|July 24, 2006|
|Indian textile firms eye global brands|
Having created capacities, home textile players are on the prowl for global brands to enter foreign markets.
The great Birla sale
When HeidelbergCement acquired Mysore Cements last week, the person who grabbed the headlines was the seller.
5 investment tips from Sachin Tendulkar
Here are five key ways on how you could cope with market volatility. By following these, we can keep an eye on the bigger picture and ensure that you don't lose sight of long-term goals.
|July 22, 2006|
|Check out the most expensive cars!|
Now, Indian road conditions may not be particularly kind to these high-end cars - but thankfully that hasn't stopped luxury car manufacturers from bringing their stunning cars to the country to cater to Indian car enthusiasts.
A dream car for the metros
Maruti gives the Wagon R a facelift. But more importantly, they've launched an LPG version.
Indian call centres under threat
Was the breach aimed at petty thieving or laundering dirty money from conflict diamonds, narcotics, human trafficking or sales of arms? The worry is that the chances of it being the latter are getting higher.
|July 21, 2006|
|Pay Commission: The Election Angle|
'This is perfect timing. If everything goes well, the government will be able to increase the salaries of government employees just before the general election in 2009.'
How India Inc is going global
If Africa is an opportunity waiting to be seized, so is Eastern Europe.
|July 20, 2006|
|'India is on a roll'|
Dr Kotler spent an hour on the Rediff Chat, responding to readers' queries on marketing, planning, the growth of the retail market as a brand...
|July 19, 2006|
|Bajaj Auto's margin seen to grow|
Bajaj Auto says that their motorcycle mix is profitable, and they have also seen a boost in three-wheelers and exports growth
Here's how to get steady returns on investment
Franklin Templeton Fixed Tenure Fund-Series VI promises to be a stable performer, which can deliver on its investment objective (steady returns with capital appreciation).
Telecoms sound death knell for ISPs
As telecoms gain market share, Internet Service Providers need to look at alternatives.
S Ramadorai on TCS and the IT sector
S Ramadorai, chief executive officer and managing director, Tata Consultancy Services does not anticipate a slowdown in the IT sector. He sees the business momentum continuing.
Pune, the new IT hotspot
Hinjewadi in Pune is growing rapidly to become one of India's biggest infotech parks over the next five years.
How to plan your finances through life
It's the age of affluence but it is always prudent to plan your finances. Here's a roadmap to help you manage your money right from the start of your career to your retirement
|July 05, 2006|
|Price hike essential: Ceat|
There is a steep price rise in most of the raw materials.
Intel, IBM send mixed signals to India
While IBM has announced big expansion plans in India, Intel, Sun, Seagate and Apple have either downsized or shut down operations here.
Here's how to chart a great career in BPO
BPOs are now offering much more than short-term, high-paying jobs. With some planning and training, they have set the stage for high-growth, lucrative careers.
Check out Kodak V570, it's different
Kodak's new digital offering should give more camera for money and be open to user experiences.
Sector funds can make you BIG money
Sector funds offer higher returns among equity funds. But, risks are higher too.
How will India's IT biggies perform?
Infosys, he is expecting revenues to grow by 8.8 per cent
|July 01, 2006|
|Bathrooms that cost Rs 600,000!|
How much do you think one can spend on a bathroom? After all, realistically, it's just a place where one doesn't spend much time in a day.
All about the Nathu-la trade
Just what is Nathu-la about and will the border trade develop into a full form of engagement between India and China.