Profile of Arindam Mukherjee
There is a general expectation among retail investors that with the NDA government getting a second term, there would be political stability
Bank of Baroda will become the second largest lender in public sector after its merger with Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank but managing Non-Performing Assets will be critical.
L&T late on Monday moved to acquire 20.32% stake in Mindtree by acquiring the stake of Siddhartha.
India didn’t have Netflix then and Jio was yet to be concieved
The most applauded announcement by the Finance Minister Piyush Goyal was tax exemption for individuals with annual income up to Rs five lakh. With investments, those with an income of Rs. 6.5 lakh will have the same benefits.
From February, a new chapter would be written in the history of e-commerce in India. One that will not be consumer-driven.
Centre drives plan to make galvanised steel mandatory in Indian automobile production
Has the Modi experience matched the promised Modi magic of 2014? Verifiably not. But has its patchwork quilt offered enough warmth to see it through 2019? We will know in a few months.
Global MBAs, the liberal arts, polyglottery and, as ever, rankings. Outlook’s 2018 B-schools package is here.
Europe’s shown the data protection way with the GDRP, India intends to follow, but the road is tricky
The approaching footsteps of JioFiber broadband throws others into panicked activity
The government’s plans to lift restrictions on VoIP calls will usher in a new era of telephony in India
GST has been largely neutral or beneficial for consumers, but ‘luxuries’ are a bone of contention
A duel between the Tatas and others for Delhi’s Taj Mahal Hotel is on the cards
Telecom providers gasp for breath under Jio’s onslaught, TRAI rules. As losses mount, the future holds more hurt.
Engineering colleges are brown with rust, medical seats are fiercely fought and unusual fields rise through the ranks. All these frame our rankings this year.
Walmart acquiring a 77% stake in Flipkart spells a new season in Indian e-commerce. Amazon gets a heads-up.
Despite its huge assets, selling Air India is proving to be easier said than done. Here’s why.
China has banned all popular apps and social media sites. But its people are given local equivalents that are popular as well as thriving.
National banks go the extra mile to loan massive amounts to defaulters like Mallya and Modi but make life difficult for common people in need of money
Cambridge Analytica is a warning sign. And Indians are at risk: the country has no data protection law.
Superbikes are flooding the Indian market. But manufacturers, and the US President, cry too much tax!
Indian companies dealing with European data wait anxiously as the EU pushes in new security rules
Facing a downturn, the Indian diamond industry, one of the world’s biggest, is hit hard by the latest scam
The ‘I-squared’ Bill is the latest in a series of proposals to restrict the scope of the H1B visa