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People in news. Featuring: Nasim Zaidi, Nandan Nilekani, Ramalinga Raju and more.
Business Today India

People in news. Featuring: Nasim Zaidi, Nandan Nilekani, Ramal...

People in news - In Their Own World Manish Bhatt, Arunava Sengupta and Raghu Bhat, who gave up their cushy jobs in WPP-owned Contract Advertising to set up their own agency Scarecrow Communications in 2010, are a sought-after lot in the ... Business Today India, 1 month ago
Bangalore Mirror

The satyam sasur's bahu-bali

B Ramalinga Raju's daughter-in-law danseuse Sandhya is rechanneling the scam saga to a far fitter, stronger legacy. All good ideas are borne of personal experience. When Sandhya Raju tore her ligament in 2012, she had to hobble every other day to ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

Sandhya Raju's Kuchipudi: A string of tales

In a rare Sunday morning recital, dancer Sandhya Raju presented a plethora of Kuchipudi numbers. HYDERABAD: Kuchipudi dancer Sandhya Raju with her presentation Tales of Gods & Love spectacularly strung together set of Kuchipudi items, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Sanjay Dutt to Indrani Mukerjea

In the can, Bhujbal cannot hide his age with hair-dye, and Indrani has turned into Ms Knackerjea. -Chhagan Bhujbal: Gone is the arrogant stride and jet black hair. Recent pictures now show the former state PWD minister could do with a cosmetic ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Sanjay Dutt to Indrani Mukerjea:You'll be surprised to know what prison did to these hot shots  Economic Times1 day ago

From HSBC to the Bangladesh Central Bank: Four times when a global network of financial laundering was uncovered

As the controversial Panama Papers continue to make headlines, a look at scandals that uncovered a global network of financial laundering. HSBC In 2008, Herve Falciani - an employee with HSBC Suisse - stole details of 1,30,000 customers who had ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago From HSBC to Bangladesh Central Bank: Four times when a global network of financial laundering was uncovered  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Look who's the techie now: Telangana CM KCR upstages Naidu at his own game

Not long ago, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu's name was synonymous with the development of Hyderabad as the hub of Information Technology. Having earned the sobriquet of "hi-tech CM, Naidu had completely revolutionised the ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago

Tech Mahindra: Getting The Job Done

Advertisement Popularly known as CP within his peer group, C. P. Gurnani believes in a leadership style that is collaborative, inclusive and non-assuming. His ideology, he says, comes from his biggest inspirations in life: his grandfather, ...
 Businessworld India4 weeks ago
Times of India

Vijay Mallya's loan fiasco to be IIM-A case study

Ahmedabad: Brewery baron Vijay Mallya who set himself as a beaming business example, thanks to the success of UB group, has again been an inspiration for business students, but despicable. With banks chasing him for Rs 9,000 crore loan default, ...
 News Today1 month ago Mallya's debt case may be studied at IIM-A  Times of India1 month ago Vijay Mallya's debt case may be studied at IIM-A  Economic Times1 month ago How Vijay Mallya gets to lord over his wealth even as bankers chase him  Hindustan Times1 month ago

When India Inc's poster boys stumbled, investors paid a price through the nose

NEW DELHI: Vijay Mallya's recent travails have put the focus on debt defaults by companies and the banks that loaned them that money. But what of the investors that put their faith in them. Kingfisher Airlines isn't the only company that's seen a ...
 Economic Times1 month ago When India Inc’s poster boys stumbled, investors paid a price through the nose  Economic Times1 month ago
Times of India

Mallya saga: Debt row rich material for B-School studies

MUMBAI|NEW DELHI: Shirt sleeves to shirt sleeves is what management schools call the theory that fortunes are made by the first generation, built up by the second and frittered away by the third. Given Vijay Mallya's current debt travails, there is ...
 Times of India1 month ago B-schools using Vijay Mallya debt fiasco as learning curve for future managers  Economic Times1 month ago B-schools like IIMs, XLRI and ISB using Vijay Mallya debt fiasco as learning curve for future managers  Economic Times1 month ago
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