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Shekhar Ghosh

Articles by Shekhar Ghosh

But Where's The Cash?

But Where's The Cash?

Jan 19, 1998 Gautam Chikermane

Rs 22,950 crore of black money has overnight turned white, but it may not affect the economy

Treasurer At Tata House

Treasurer At Tata House

Dec 22, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

India's largest group sets up a fund to finance political parties

New Plinth, New Dome

New Plinth, New Dome

Dec 22, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

Firmly laying past ghosts to rest, the Taj group marches ahead with an extensive restructuring plan

The Casino Effect

The Casino Effect

Dec 08, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

The NSE turns out to be too professional for many members

Pals No More

Pals No More

Dec 08, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

As PAL's stocks and fortunes fall, Fiat may be its only hope

This Snake Is A Ladder

This Snake Is A Ladder

Dec 01, 1997 Gautam Chikermane

No, it shouldn't hurt national pride. The rupee's downslide is a good thing for the Indian economy.

Free Fall

Free Fall

Nov 10, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

Last week's market mayhem across the world—from Hong Kong to Johannesburg—should serve as a chilling...

Towards A Swifter Tempo

Towards A Swifter Tempo

Nov 03, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

The new three-pronged credit policy aims to spur a sluggish economy into snowball mode

A League Apart

A League Apart

Oct 27, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

It is all set to become India's largest private company

Soap Wars Two

Soap Wars Two

Oct 27, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

Karsanbhai Patel, who took Nirma to the top, embarks on a massive expansion drive

Ceo Of Controversy

Ceo Of Controversy

Oct 20, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh ON Nusli Wadia

Nusli Wadia, enfant terrible of the Indian corporate world, seems to have a penchant for trouble

The Insecure Tata

The Insecure Tata

Sep 15, 1997 Sandipan Deb

The ouster of Ajit Kerkar shows that even after six years at the helm of India's largest business group,...

The Man Who Won't Play His Aces

The Man Who Won't Play His Aces

Sep 15, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

The low-profile Pallonji Shapoorji Mistry holds more equity in Tata Sons than the Tatas

E = Music<Sup>2</Sup>

E = Music2

Sep 08, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

A decibel-savvy Austrian designer and a Pune whizkid make, and patent, the audio system to eclipse 'em all

The Rupee Rumpus

The Rupee Rumpus

Sep 08, 1997 Neerja Pahwa Jetley

Panic strikes even as RBI attempts to break the fall of the rupee

Who Owns The Taj?

Who Owns The Taj?

Sep 08, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

Tatas may own Indian Hotels Ltd, but the hotels may be Kerkar's

The 267th Priority

The 267th Priority

Aug 25, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

Thanks to government callousness, the international tourist traffic is going everywhere but India

The Anatomy Of A Fraud

The Anatomy Of A Fraud

Jun 11, 1997 Arindam Mukherjee

A crooked huckster, influential friends and apathetic regulators make for a copybook scandal

Myopia To Vision 2002

Myopia To Vision 2002

Jun 04, 1997 Shekhar Ghosh

Buffeted by startling losses on unrelated forays, K.M. Birla pushes the perestroika button

Watchdog To Doorman

Watchdog To Doorman

Jun 04, 1997 Arindam Mukherjee

A clear, liberalised law will replace the draconian FERA, but can it curb forex violations?