Lunch with BS
October 02, 2015, Friday
The secretary of I&B Ministry tells Anjuli Bhargava bureaucrats shouldn't make too much of their transfers and bats for less ...
September 25, 2015, Friday
The Deutsche Bank India CEO tells Shyamal Majumdar and Nupur Anand that India will remain on top in the bank's Strategic 2020 ...
September 18, 2015, Friday
Mathur, the Director-General designate of Teri, talks about his career as technocrat, private sector executive and climate ...
September 11, 2015, Friday
Murugesh talks to Shyamal Majumdar about the turnaround of WNS and the massive rebranding exercise that the outsourcing industry ...
September 04, 2015, Friday
The Piramal group scion tells Dev Chatterjee why the group is betting big on real estate in these volatile times
August 28, 2015, Friday
As he gets ready to relinquish charge, Rohit Nandan tells Anjuli Bhargava he's happy he could do his bit
August 14, 2015, Friday
Rai tells the author how being away from the advertising industry has given him a unique insight into the world of communication
August 07, 2015, Friday
The new British MP tells Anjali Puri, over salmon and trout at the Strangers' Dining Room in parliament, that it is perfectly ...
July 31, 2015, Friday
Despite Sodhi's self-confessed weakness in marketing, his biggest success in his five years at the helm of GCMMF has been in that ...
July 24, 2015, Friday
Chavan tells Anjuli Bhargava how a young chemistry professor at the University of Mumbai became a beacon of hope in a country ...
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