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The way families managed their businesses
Business Standard India

40 Years Ago... and now: The way families managed their busine...

Dabur was essentially the Burman family for four generations and a span of about 100 years. In 1974, it became a small private limited company with Dabur shifting its base to Delhi from Kolkata. Following the footsteps of the founder, all Burmans ... Sify, 1 month ago
The way families managed their businesses Business Standard India, 1 month ago

Firms on Exit Mode as the Going Gets Tough

KOCHI: When the going gets tough, it's better to cash out. And, that seems to be the mantra for businesses in the state. The latest to exit is Kochi-based NeST group, which sold 84 per cent stake in NeST Software to Bangalore- based QuEST Global for ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Birla Group's management strategy: Prepares second...

MUMBAI: Ever since he joined the Aditya Birla Group from Hindustan Lever in 2004, Dilip Gaur's leadership skills had been put to the test in three disparate businesses such as edible oils, carbon black and copper. Little did he realise then that the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Aditya Birla Group prepares second line of leadership  Economic Times1 week ago
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