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Oil Of Great Import

Oil Of Great Import

Apr 30, 2022

India’s edible oil import bill has gone beyond the humongous figure of Rs 1 lakh crore. With the government pushing for domestic production, especially of palm oil, the sector has spawned a rivalry between a swadeshi Ruchi Soya and an imports-driven Adani Wilmar

A Lankan Build-Up In India

A Lankan Build-Up In India

Apr 29, 2022

As Sri Lanka grapples with an economic crisis owing to botched economic policies and unmanageable debt, alarm bells are going off in some states in India

‘It Is A Little Far-Fetched To Say App Ke Through Kranti Ho Jayegi’

‘It Is A Little Far-Fetched To Say App Ke Through Kranti Ho Jayegi’

Apr 09, 2022

India’s retail space is undergoing a churn it has not witnessed before.

Death Of A Salesman: An FMCG Tragedy In Two Acts

Death Of A Salesman: An FMCG Tragedy In Two Acts

Apr 09, 2022

How Udaan and other modern B2B players are overhauling Indian retail with technology, innovation and predatory discounts, pushing the traditional distributor out of business

‘Global Events Could Challenge Hegemony Of Dollar’

‘Global Events Could Challenge Hegemony Of Dollar’

Apr 09, 2022

Will the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war change the idea of globalisation and sovereignty? Will the hegemony of the US dollar and its might be challenged? K.V. Subramanian, former chief economic advisor, weighs in. Edited excerpts:

‘Globalisation, As We Know It, May Not Continue’

‘Globalisation, As We Know It, May Not Continue’

Apr 09, 2022

India’s chief economic adviser, V. Anantha Nageswaran speaks about the changing world order and the role capitalism plays in it. Edited excerpts:

Disquiet In The Office

Disquiet In The Office

Feb 27, 2022

The transgender community is looking to find its feet in a business setting. Companies claim to profess inclusive policies, but acceptability in a corporate environment is a contentious issue

Have OTT Platforms Created Market For A New ‘Matinee Idol’?

Have OTT Platforms Created Market For A New ‘Matinee Idol’?

Jan 28, 2022

There has been a revival of sorts for indie cinema on OTT platforms, whose reach has increased due to the Covid pandemic. The new hero stands in contrast to the Bollywood star

Hassled Companies, Upset CAs

Hassled Companies, Upset CAs

Jan 28, 2022

Every year, accounting professionals and e-filing portals for income tax play a cat-and-mouse game at the time of filing returns

The Whole Notion Of Federalism Is Broken, Says PTR

The Whole Notion Of Federalism Is Broken, Says PTR

Jan 28, 2022

The Tamil Nadu finance minister Palanivel Thiagarajan tells Kamalika Ghosh how the GST system can be tweaked in the interest of states

One Nation, Many Burdens

One Nation, Many Burdens

Jan 28, 2022

The GST system of indirect taxation completes five years in 2022, and it already seems to have caused cracks in the idea of fiscal federalism. States feel shortchanged at losing revenue year after year. Was it worth surrendering their taxation powers to a GST Council that tends to agree with the Centre?

Budget 2022: Dealing With India’s Achilles’ Heel

Budget 2022: Dealing With India’s Achilles’ Heel

Dec 31, 2021

Reforms in the health and education space have been a cause for concern for successive governments for decades now. Two years into the pandemic, will the Budget come bearing good news for the two sectors?

We Are More Indian Than Anyone Else, Says IBM India MD Sandip Patel

We Are More Indian Than Anyone Else, Says IBM India MD Sandip Patel

Dec 31, 2021

By being the first movers to capture India’s technological boom, IBM has ensured that it now is in the DNA of the country

21 Changemakers

21 Changemakers

Nov 30, 2021

Outlook Business takes a look at 21 newsmakers of 2021. From corporates to common people, here are those that shaped the year

The Humble Economist

The Humble Economist

Nov 28, 2021

Outgoing CEA KV Subramanian’s idea of capitalism is a marriage between the invisible hand of markets and dharma 

The Braveheart

The Braveheart

Nov 28, 2021

Years ago, Manjeet Kaur Bal selflessly quit her plush World Bank job to serve the people of Chhattisgarh. Her work during the pandemic helped save lives and made the state better prepared for the second wave

The Ambulance Couple

The Ambulance Couple

Nov 28, 2021

Himanshu and Twinkle Kalia are on a mission to not let anyone die on Delhi’s roads. They kept their promise during the pandemic

For The Love Of Travel

For The Love Of Travel

Oct 31, 2021

Rishabh Shah and Nirali Shah, or the Gypsycouple, are far from being alike. But their love for travel is what has catapulted them to be one of the most-loved social media influencers

Is Revival In Sight?

Is Revival In Sight?

Sep 30, 2021

Sanjeev Sanyal, principal economic advisor to the government, and Rathin Roy, managing director at Overseas Development Institute discuss growth and poverty in a post-Covid world

Rising Unicorns: A Boom Or A Bubble

Rising Unicorns: A Boom Or A Bubble

Sep 01, 2021

A $3-trillion healing potion for the ailing US economy after the COVID-19 onslaught has turned out to be a booster dose for Indian start-ups

“90% Of What We Did Didn’t Work”

“90% Of What We Did Didn’t Work”

Aug 31, 2021

Urban Company was offering 100 services till it realised it was better to do five well

Face-Off That Almost Killed Icertis

Face-Off That Almost Killed Icertis

Aug 31, 2021

The co-founders of the SaaS unicorn were caught in a bitter clash. Only one of them was correct.

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