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21-Oct-2019 | Shailesh Dobhal
In many industries, incumbents have often been trumped in the new product/technology race by rank outsiders. Will EVs' fate be any different?
29-Aug-2019 | Shailesh Dobhal
Some of the biggest names in Indian business are shedding their reticence and letting in global firms into their parlours
24-Jun-2019 | Shailesh Dobhal
As demand wanes with the top quintile consumers, marketers have to think afresh about how to cater to the next lot in the socio-economic ladder
27-May-2019 | Shailesh Dobhal
Differences over culture, management and focus is making even many supposedly "happy" partnerships come unstuck
15-Apr-2019 | Shailesh Dobhal
In this election season, is too much being made of the divisions in our polity? Let some recent reports do the talking
18-Feb-2019 | Shailesh Dobhal
Marquee local brands passing into foreign hands has stopped evoking desi rancour
21-Jan-2019 | Shailesh Dobhal
Scale, supposed to be a competitive advantage, is not an unalloyed gift as voices against dominance rise across industries
17-Dec-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
Urjit Patel, Binny Bansal, Nirav Modi and Rahul Gandhi personify the big trends that defined 2018. Well, almost...
19-Nov-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
Entrepreneurship is booming in the country. So why are some of our biggest entrepreneurs headed for the door?
17-Sep-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
Conglomerates in Asia are in decline, says Bain. Family businesses are thriving, says Credit Suisse. What's up?
27-Aug-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
A generation born post-2000, a cohort of over 470 million people, will increasingly define everything from products to politics of this country
17-Jul-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
Irrespective of size or category, insurgent brands tend to upend business models irreversibly
19-Jun-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
Egged on by e-commerce firms and technology, doorstep delivery will be the new battleground for brick-and-mortar retailers and marketers too
22-May-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
Ramdev made nature-to-goodness products popular, and reaped benefits. Then he seemed to lose focus
24-Apr-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
While big defaulters and bargain hunters at bankruptcy courts may be hogging the limelight, outside it a big M&A season is already upon us
27-Feb-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
The annual Kroll Fraud and Risk Report says that junior employees were the second most common perpetrators of frauds, just behind joint-venture partners
13-Feb-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
The book is a treatise on social history of Indian businesses when chips were loaded against any technology- or science-based industry in India of Licence Raj
16-Jan-2018 | Shailesh Dobhal
While PM Modi will sell the India story at Davos, the country has been a mixed bag for global giants despite their brand muscle
18-Dec-2017 | Shailesh Dobhal
Trends that shaped industry in a year that made future Goliaths
11-Dec-2017 | Shailesh Dobhal
Book review of 'Flying High: My Story from AirAsia to QPR'
20-Nov-2017 | Shailesh Dobhal
Should Flipkart and Amazon be worried? And is there a case for reining in cross-industry dominance?
15-Nov-2017 | Shailesh Dobhal
Book review of 'The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google'
23-Oct-2017 | Shailesh Dobhal
Tortured firms found solace in the likes of Nilekani, Chandrasekaran and Limaye
14-Aug-2017 | Shailesh Dobhal
Beyond the headlines, some global CEOs and observers have invaluable advice for our policymakers
17-Jul-2017 | Shailesh Dobhal
Beyond macro data, there has been little enquiry into the profile of the indebted farmer households