Ranjan Das
SCREENSAVOUR: Write choice

There is an interesting story how Delhi Belly (2011) got to be made by Aamir Khan Productions.

Ravi Ranjan Prasad
Ideal portfolio for challenging times

Smart money is moving away from small-cap and mid-cap to large caps, a trend which is visible for quite some time now with the rise in Sensex and Nifty and while the market in general witnesses vol

Sangeetha G.
Travellers prefer using credit card, but averse to loans

A personal loan comes for a lower interest rate while debit card does not entail any interest outgo, but most of the travellers prefer paying for their holidays through credit cards.

Shona Adhikari
Chinsurah—The Ancient Dutch Settlement

If one wanders into Chinsurah today, it would be hard to imagine that this small town which is just a suburb of Kolkata and part of Bengal’s Hooghly district, was a prosperous Dutch trading post be

Sangeetha G.
Festive season to create 50,000 temp jobs

This festive season will create 50,000 te-mporary jobs, with almost half of it coming from the e-commerce sector.

Nirbhay Kumar
Plans afoot to sell 2 A-I subsidiaries

Undaunted by the failure of Air India sale, the government may put on block the airline’s ground-handling and engineering units soon.

Sangeetha G.
Ola is all set to enter Britain as rivalry with Uber heats up

Ola has found an opportunity in the UK cab market after Uber got entangled in regulatory hurdles.

Sangeetha G.
Online furniture market to triple to $3 billion by 2020

Swedish furniture retailer IKEA had announced its plans to enter the Indian market in 2012 and its first store is being launched in Hyderabad on Thursday.

M Muneer
Do You Know The Value?

Do you have any idea how much it costs to design and print a brochure, commission a large billboard or design an event logo? If you say nay, welcome to the real world of marketing folks!

Ritwik Mukherjee
Britannia proposes stock split, bonus debentures

FMCG major Britannia Industries in its centenary year will pump in close to Rs 400-500 crore in developing new products and put up a new dairy plant.