Just like in the US, China and finally in Europe, the SUV is now king in India.
The employability of management graduates in India has declined in the past five years, as only 21 percent of MBAs surveyed are 'employable', a study has said.
The task is cut out for Chidambaram as the Finance Minister to revive the Indian economy.
Dr. R.R Upadhyay, CSR Head at FICCI, tells <b>OneWorld South Asia</b> that CSR should be voluntary and seen as 'good work' rather than a mandatory initiative the companies are forced to undertake.
Talk of work culture differences-genuine and imaginary-often got blown out of proportion climaxing now into a full-fledged armed conflict earlier this week.
The debate on competency versus gender has always been a very interesting one. A woman at the top post of a company makes news twice, once for the top post and other for the woman-in-top-post.
Dr Naresh Gupta, Senior Vice President, Adobe Systems and Managing Director, Adobe India, tells OneWorld South Asia, how digital media can transform the lives of underprivileged students in the developing countries.
According to data released by the Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI), the fund industry shedded around 24,000 crore during the month of June, which led to decline in the overall asset base to 6,88,825 crore.
The proposed action against tyre companies by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) is set to further strain their profitability.
There may be all round negativity but the stock story led by Nifty has something positive to offer at the end of six months this calendar. Nifty, the broader stock market index, has grown about 15 percent during January to June 2012 period.
Indeed, during his second (current) tenure as finance minister, the India story seems to have lost the momentum. Here, he failed to push reforms which could have boosted investor confidence in the economy.
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