All stories by Sudipto Dey
Job losses: The gig economy is comingRediff.com1 Jun 2017
Sudipto Dey discusses the changing nature of jobs with Paul Dupuis, who recently took charge as India head of HR services major Randstad.
GST regime: Five ways how doing business will be differentRediff.com26 Apr 2017
With the implementation of the goods and services tax less than 75 days away -- assuming July 1 as the roll-out date -- Sudipto Dey provides a guide to how businesses can navigate the transition.
How Indian women are helping Walmart growRediff.com19 Apr 2017
In conversation with Walmart India president and CEO Krish Iyer.
What is the biggest concern about GST?Rediff.com12 Apr 2017
As corporate India gears up to be GST-ready, the ongoing litigation and tax dispute cases are something most businesses are cagey about.
Start-up FAQ: Why closing down can be tougher than starting upRediff.com30 Mar 2017
The Stayzilla episode raises questions over the regulations around the closure of a business, says Sudipto Dey.
Getting SMEs ready for GSTRediff.com27 Mar 2017
Barely 10% of small businesses are in a GST-ready position, say experts
Meet the man behind GST's IT backboneRediff.com22 Mar 2017
GSTN CEO Prakash Kumar tells Sudipto Dey how IT can improve service delivery of government departments.
8 tax laws that CAs want changed in Budget 2017Rediff.com30 Jan 2017
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India has shortlisted the changes it hopes to see in Budget 2017.
An ordinance to justify note ban?Rediff.com12 Dec 2016
An ordinance or amendment in the RBI Act may be required to extinguish the Reserve Bank's liability towards the de-legalised currency notes that are not returned to the banking system.
Poor marriage season spend impacting consumptionRediff.com30 Nov 2016
There is a need for stimulus, as India is essentially a consumption economy, argues Cargill India chairman Siraj Chaudhry
Poor marriage season spending impacts consumptionRediff.com30 Nov 2016
'There is a need for stimulus, as India is essentially a consumption economy.'
Lessons the Tatas could learn from the MunjalsRediff.com3 Nov 2016
Industry watchers attribute a lot of the current successes of the $6 billion Hero Group to how B M Munjal planned and executed succession in HeroCorp, balancing the interests of other family-owned businesses.
Arguing violation of Articles of Association best legal bet for MistryRediff.com26 Oct 2016
Other legal options include approaching the NCLT alleging mismanagement and oppression of minority shareholder
'India Inc's social responsibility is just to whitewash sins'Rediff.com14 Sep 2016
'The Indian state is very benevolent when it comes to corporates,' says Tom Thomas, chief executive officer of Praxis, and convenor of CRW India.
India Inc wants states to migrate to GST at one goRediff.com18 Aug 2016
Companies are worried that any staggered roll-out of GST could result in cash flow issues with businesses not able claim tax credit due to breakage in the chain
Son-in-law rises in the Max GroupRediff.com17 Aug 2016
Sahil Vachani fuels Analjit Singh's new business initiatives
How safe is it to play Pokemon in India?Rediff.com25 Jul 2016
The user cannot expect his or her privacy to be secured.
Draft GST law envisages harsher penalties for tax evadersRediff.com17 Jun 2016
The sentence could go up to three years if the evasion exceeds Rs 50 lakh (5 million).
GST to test Modi government's legislative skillsRediff.com23 May 2016
The Modi government could steer through Parliament 59 out of 75 Bills.
61% of economic crimes committed by employees, says surveyRediff.com16 Apr 2016
The top three industries in India susceptible to economic crimes are financial services, manufacturing and professional services