Naik, who completes 50 years at L&T on March 15, talks to Shyamal Majumdar and Malini Bhupta about the three things that worry him most in the run-up to his retirement. Anil Manibhai Naik says he has never been nervous about anything in life, but three things worry him a great deal in the run-up to his retirement in September 2017 when he turns 75. One, his successor has to be "much better than him", as the complexities of running a behemoth like Larsen & Toubro (L&T) have increased ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Neelkanth Mishra After a 12 month-long honeymoon with the Narendra Modi-government, foreign investors now appear to be losing patience as a revival in corporate earnings is taking longer than expected. Neelkanth Mishra , India Equity Strategist, ...Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago
Aditya Narain The markets have not had it easy in the last few days. And if the early birds are anything to go by, the earnings season isn't expected to be good either. But, this may well be a passing phase. While a few market experts believe the ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
'Growth acceleration will be gradual and it is still early days for a sharp recovery.' The sharp fall in inflation has been cause of much cheer for markets, as it implies that sharp cuts in interest rates will follow. In all its euphoria, the markets have ignored that the fall in inflation will be accompanied by low growth. Gautam Chhaochharia (2nd left), executive director and head of India research, UBS, tells Malini Bhupta that even though the RBI is expected to cut rates by another 75 bps, ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Ridham Desai,managing director (research), Morgan Stanley Foreigners can't seem to get enough of Indian equities, as the rest of the world continues to grapple with rising debt levels and an ageing population. Ridham Desai , managing director and ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
Ridham Desai,managing director (research), Morgan Stanley A year after the world Modi-fied its view, India continues to be the only game in town. Foreigners can't seem to get enough of Indian equities, as the rest of the world continues to ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
L&T chairman A M Naik says that for the economy to bounce back, you need a cut of another 50 basis points In the middle of this month, Anil Manubhai Naik, chairman of Larsen & Toubro, will complete 50 years in the company – something very few in India Inc can boast of. Naik says he is determined to retire in 2017 following which he would write his memoirs, tentatively named V to W (Village to World) and talks about the structural changes he is making in the company and his ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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