Rs 22,950 crore of black money has overnight turned white, but it may not affect the economy
India's largest group sets up a fund to finance political parties
Firmly laying past ghosts to rest, the Taj group marches ahead with an extensive restructuring plan
The NSE turns out to be too professional for many members
As PAL's stocks and fortunes fall, Fiat may be its only hope
No, it shouldn't hurt national pride. The rupee's downslide is a good thing for the Indian economy.
Last week's market mayhem across the world—from Hong Kong to Johannesburg—should serve as a chilling...
The new three-pronged credit policy aims to spur a sluggish economy into snowball mode
It is all set to become India's largest private company
Karsanbhai Patel, who took Nirma to the top, embarks on a massive expansion drive
Nusli Wadia, enfant terrible of the Indian corporate world, seems to have a penchant for trouble
The ouster of Ajit Kerkar shows that even after six years at the helm of India's largest business group,...
The low-profile Pallonji Shapoorji Mistry holds more equity in Tata Sons than the Tatas
A decibel-savvy Austrian designer and a Pune whizkid make, and patent, the audio system to eclipse 'em all
Panic strikes even as RBI attempts to break the fall of the rupee
Tatas may own Indian Hotels Ltd, but the hotels may be Kerkar's
Thanks to government callousness, the international tourist traffic is going everywhere but India
A crooked huckster, influential friends and apathetic regulators make for a copybook scandal
Buffeted by startling losses on unrelated forays, K.M. Birla pushes the perestroika button
A clear, liberalised law will replace the draconian FERA, but can it curb forex violations?