Karunanidhi was not ideologically intransigent; he could be pragmatic and if the situation so demanded, he could stoop to conquer.
Even as the Indian economy is performing relatively well, slow pace of job creation remains a worry, says Turner.
India is studying the fallout of protests against Vedanta’s copper unit in Tamil Nadu.
Company boards have been non-performers not just in the banking sector, says former SEBI Chief Damodaran.
A group of creditors of Binani Cement has filed an intervention petition at the NCLT.
PNB’s fraudulent transactions have the brought the underlying issue of contingent liabilities to light.
“The rupee is uncompetitive. India does not have strong export competitiveness,” said Bhanu Baweja.
A split between the founders and professional management preceded Vishal Sikka’s exit from Infosys
Markets are looking stronger than usual, says Raamdeo Agrawal of Motilal Oswal Financial Services.
Leo Puri is optimistic on the government’s proposal to create one large oil PSU.
Investors will closely watch whether India adheres to the fiscal deficit target, Robert Parker says.
This budget alone can’t drive Indian market higher as global worries weigh in, says JPMorgan AMC
The budget could have done more for bank recapitalisation and job creation, says Madhu Kela
The CII is also recommending that the corporate tax rate be brought down to 18%.
In this budget, we have to get the thrust back on economic growth, says Keki Mistry
Modi government will not compromise on the Budget deficit, argues JSW Steel’s Rao.
Biocon’s Kiran Mazumdar-Saw says IT will be an enabler, not creator, of million of jobs
Tata Trusts Managing Trustee R Venkataramanan opens up about the battle he’d rather not fight.
Rao expects steel prices to rise as companies would not be able to absorb higher costs.
Demonetisation is part of an anti-corruption process, it’s not isolated: Jefferies
The adverse impact of the government’s demonetisation drive won’t last longer than sis months, says S Nagnath.