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Search Results for "Asian Invitational Conference On Family Business"
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February 08, 2015, Sunday | Companies
Adi Godrej speaks about how the family-run businesses have an edge over the public companies and also suggested ways to tackle the challenges faced
November 13, 2013, Wednesday | Opinion
The public relations (PR) team of one of India's top software companies that prides itself on its professional management was recently given an unusual mandate. The CEO's daughter is getting married and the team has to ensure that guests receive ...
November 04, 2011, Friday | Markets
These entities account for half of corporate hirings; contribute significantly to investments.
August 25, 2009, Tuesday | Companies
Given that almost 100 per cent of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Gujarat are conventional family businesses, Kolkata-based Globysn Group believes the market lacks certain corporate governance and professionalism. In a bid to develop a more ...
October 24, 2006, Tuesday | Beyond Business
TRAVEL: Family destinations are opening up to the corporate segment.
April 25, 2005, Monday | Opinion
Half a century ago, when the world was a very different place, 29 of them had met here to consider much the same thing: social and economic well-being for their large and impoverished populations, and
April 12, 2005, Tuesday | Opinion
P C Gupta
September 21, 2004, Tuesday | Opinion
The 2004 trade and development report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad) is curiously ambivalent in tone. On the one hand, the report says that world growth is expected
June 21, 2018, Thursday | Opinion
Everyone has the right to experiment and to learn from their mistakes. Why should the ruling party be denied this right?
June 21, 2018, Thursday | Opinion
BJP-PDP divorce smacks of political opportunism
June 20, 2018, Wednesday | Current Affairs
The licensing rights have been granted for a period of 33 years
June 19, 2018, Tuesday | International
The index for sentiment in China increased to 88 from 83
June 17, 2018, Sunday | Current Affairs
The 388-year-old institution is being sued by Students for Fair Admissions, an action group, for discriminating against Asian applicants by rating them lower than others on "personality traits"
June 16, 2018, Saturday | Opinion
Vachani says that he has learnt a lot seeing the ups and downs of his family business
June 14, 2018, Thursday | Opinion
After all, the RCEP is unquestionably the next major frontier in economic integration
May 27, 2018, Sunday | Opinion
Converting tribals and poors in the garb of ending caste discrimination is no service
May 20, 2018, Sunday | Companies
Experts say commercial aviation business has become much more cut-throat with South Asian aviation markets growing exponentially in both domestic and international travel
May 17, 2018, Thursday | Opinion
If the governor - who started his political career at the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and was also a member of the BJP - allows the BJP to go ahead, it would be akin to murder of democracy
May 15, 2018, Tuesday | Companies
Vodafone India continues to face tariff war heat and reported 18.7% decline in organic service revenue to around Rs 350.45 billion in 2017-18