All stories by Reghu Balakrishnan
Harvard, IIT graduates are tea sellers, tooRediff.com31 Mar 2015
An increasing number of b-school graduates are exploring tea-based services and products for businesses and some of them have tasted success too.
Jyotiprasad Taparia: The man who dreamt of keeping India's population under controlRediff.com6 Feb 2015
His company was 1st Indian supplier of contraceptive devices to the govt
The success story of India's second largest online marketRediff.com21 Jan 2015
ShopClues does 1.5 million transactions a month and claims to have 40 million monthly visitors.
Zomato buys Italian search service CibandoRediff.com20 Dec 2014
Zomato is on an acquisition spree, has taken over 5 firms in the past one year.
Artisans lend fashion portals a local flavourRediff.com18 Dec 2014
Jabong has joined hands with 10 boutiques, such as Meo Home Craft (for bags by rural artisans from Tijara, Rajasthan), Rinku Sobti (womenswear), Nidhi Munim, Crazy Palette (clutches & bags) and Uttama Bhatt (ethnic womenswear).
Ban on taxi aggregators: Rs 2,000-crore PE money at stakeRediff.com10 Dec 2014
The ban on taxi aggregators can put at risk investments of at least Rs 2,000 crore (Rs 20 billion), made by private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) investors.
Amazing story of the 'angel' behind Ola, ShaadiRediff.com27 Nov 2014
Anupam Mittal, the fund man behind OlaCabs has lined up more investments.
Pharma cos should learn to appreciate FDA norms: ExpertsRediff.com23 Nov 2014
Since 2013, the FDA has banned around 30 Indian drug manufacturing units for various violations
Luxury car operators gear up for big, fat Indian wedding seasonRediff.com6 Oct 2014
Each year, at least 10 million Indians marry and the market is estimated at nearly $35 billion, growing at about 25 per cent annually.
'India's e-commerce today is where China was in 2007'Rediff.com21 Aug 2014
On the investor side, we realised most of the funds have foreign capital, thus closing down the opportunity to the Indian investor.
Daiichi and Docomo go, but India remains a hot market for the JapaneseRediff.com27 Apr 2014
While the two high-profile exits in pharmaceutical and telecom have raised concerns over regulatory hassles in the country, Japanese investors are still keen to tap into India's consumer growth story and many more merger and acquisition deals are in the offing in this space.
'Premature to talk of changes in Ranbaxy top brass now'Rediff.com14 Apr 2014
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries will take a call on whether to shut Ranbaxy's troubled factories or make changes in the top management of the latter only after its $4-billion acquisition deal is complete.
PEs find investment in brands wise, but are wary of retailersRediff.com3 Apr 2014
Private equity players believe it to be lucrative to invest in designer labels.
Ex-Lupin honcho becomes an angel for start-upsRediff.com2 Apr 2014
At present,Satish Khanna he is associated with companies such as Fullife Healthcare, Kagashin, Hi Tech, Provivi, Status Quo and Concord.
Find out who all are interested in buying stake in ViomRediff.com3 Mar 2014
PE giants Apollo, Bain Capital and Advent International are keen to pick stake in Viom
Blackberrys joins race to buy out SpykarRediff.com7 Jan 2014
For the past few years, Avigo has been in talks with many strategic players, including private equity investors, to sell its stake in Spykar.
New pricing policy to hit pharma growth a tadRediff.com11 Dec 2013
According to industry estimates, the sector's revenue would increase eight-10 per cent in 2013-14, against 12 per cent in 2012-13.