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c'est la vie
Dec 21, 2013
Dec 21, 2013
The time seems ripe for a second milk revolution, in which the private sector could end up playing a bigger part.
Butter Chicken At Birla, Lemon For Shareholders
The Novelis buyout by Hindalco has been far from a win-win situation
The Dairy Explosion
The organised dairy market is expected to more than double from the current $10 billion (approx Rs 60,000 crore) to $24 billion (Rs 144,000 crore) by 2020, largely driven by the growing demand for value-added milk products
The Co-Operative Corporate
Amul is the country’s most successful dairy player and has no plans to relinquish its leadership. It intends to stay at the top by widening its supplier base and selling more value-added products
The 47-year-old couple decided to set up plant gifting service Passion Green in October 2012 with an initial investment of Rs 10 lakh
On The Razor’s Edge
Can Vi-John succeed in its attempt to straddle the mass and premium shaving cream markets?
Catching ‘em Young
Garnier Men has roped in younger and fresh-faced Sushant Singh Rajput to hardsell its anti-pimple face wash AcnoFight.
CEO & MD, Metropolis Healthcare
The DB Realty management is focusing on project execution to make a comeback. Will it be enough?
Times They Are A-Changin’
The promoter of JSW Steel has been on a buying spree
Hungry No More?
Analysts turn cautious on fast food and fine dining stocks as sales growth slackens
Should Investors Continue To Stick With Large Cap Stocks?
Large cap stocks continue to be a favourite among investors despite concerns over excessive valuations
The Reticent Investor
Despite the double-digit compounding of his portfolio over the past decade, Megh Manseta prefers to attribute the outperformance to favourable tailwinds than to his own stock picking
C'est la vie
C'est la vie
Neelam Chhiber, MD, Mother Earth
the pursuit of happiness
On The Write Path
Harlequin India head Amrita Chowdhury on her progress from author to publisher
A must-use tool for India’s top marketing minds
Kyoorius Showcase Book
By Rajesh Kejriwal
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The Good Life
The Sabyasachi-designed Cinema Suite in London touches a familiar chord
“Everybody Gets The Same Data, How You Analyse It Is Different”
Soumendra Nath Lahiri, head–equities, L&T mutual fund, on weeding out noisy newsflow
Soumendra Nath Lahiri
Chennai’s biggest infrastructure project, the metro rail line, is close to completion
What’s hot in global business
Some light, some noise
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