Reliance, Qualcomm in deadlock over royalty
Reliance rejects sops, seeks upfront reduction of handset costs
The growing competitiveness of India Inc
There is a growing trend of Indian companies acquiring foreign firms and then competing with global majors. Indian industry has proved its mettle globally in two main sectors IT and pharmaceuticals. ...
`Today, companies are forced to be transparent'
The Perot Systems office rises like an oasis, all air-conditioned gleaming glass and steel, in the middle of a traditional nuts and bolts industrial estate in Ambattur on the fringes of Chennai. The fleet of vans, emblazoned with the company's ...
Talent crisis, the biggest challenge
Mid-management talent crisis is found across all sectors. The crunch started with the IT and ITeS sectors. The bad news is that they are yet to fill the gaps. Joining them in the rat race are other emerging sectors such as infrastructure, retail ...
The bonus game
A guide to breezing through annual performance appraisals and bagging a hefty bonus
Management course for busy executives
It is not uncommon to see corporate executives with experience and knowledge but without a formal business management qualification feeling somewhat uncomfortable in the company of those flaunting an MBA degree. Despite performing better, ...
It's built on trust
Today's leaders strive to win in the face of rapid changes in the market, competition, technology and business conditions. They rely on their teams and the teams rely on their leadership to succeed. Even in this new age, one of the foundations ...
Gillette shifting office base to Mumbai
Several changes are in the offing at Gillette India Ltd as it synergises its operations with Procter and Gamble, which had acquired Gillette globally last year. Though the acquisition is not going to lead to Gillette India's (GIL) merger with P&G
Asia Pacific plans to set up greenfield brewery in AP
Joint venture with Jaipuria Beverages & Food Industries to go on stream by end-2007
REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS
Ranbaxy gets nod for Cefprozil
Ranbaxy Laboratories has said it has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration to manufacture and market Cefprozil for oral suspension USP, 125 mg/5ml and 250 mg/5ml. The Office of Generic Drugs, USFDA has ...
ALLIANCES & JOINT VENTURES
Chemfab Alkalies plans overseas tie-up
Chemfab Alkalies' `health care division,' which manufactures a range of products of daily consumption in such a way that they are good for health, is in talks with a few overseas retail majors for a tie-up, the company officials have ...
SOCIETY & DEVELOPMENT
Sakthi Masala gets CSR award
Sakthi Masala has bagged the Energy and Resources Institute's (TERI) Corporate Social Responsibility Award. The President, Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, presented the fifth TERI - Corporate Social Responsibility Award to, Mr P.C. ...
City Tiles sees 20 pc growth on construction boom
To launch new range of vitrified tiles in metros
Hero Honda June sales up 23%
Hero Honda Motors has said it has sold 278,660 motorcycles and scooters in June, 23.3 per cent more than the 226,073 units it sold in the same month last year. Sales for the month included 268,508 units in the domestic market and ...
New office-bearers for HMA
The Hyderabad Management Association (HMA) elected its office bearers for 2006-2007. According to a statement from HMA, Mr S. Subba Rao, was elected President. The other members are Mr Amar Chegu, Mr Ramesh Vemuganti, ...
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