Conglomerates in Asia are in decline, says Bain. Family businesses are thriving, says Credit Suisse. What's up?
A generation born post-2000, a cohort of over 470 million people, will increasingly define everything from products to politics of this country
Irrespective of size or category, insurgent brands tend to upend business models irreversibly
Egged on by e-commerce firms and technology, doorstep delivery will be the new battleground for brick-and-mortar retailers and marketers too
Ramdev made nature-to-goodness products popular, and reaped benefits. Then he seemed to lose focus
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
The annual Kroll Fraud and Risk Report says that junior employees were the second most common perpetrators of frauds, just behind joint-venture partners
While PM Modi will sell the India story at Davos, the country has been a mixed bag for global giants despite their brand muscle
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Should Flipkart and Amazon be worried? And is there a case for reining in cross-industry dominance?
Tortured firms found solace in the likes of Nilekani, Chandrasekaran and Limaye
Beyond the headlines, some global CEOs and observers have invaluable advice for our policymakers
Beyond macro data, there has been little enquiry into the profile of the indebted farmer households
For marketers chasing volumes, the 166 million households of middle-income India is the new focus
It's a post-truth world for multinational brands and businesses