Given how precarious banks’ own finances are, perhaps it’s time to think seriously about bailout options for companies.
The chairman had his hits and misses. History, however, will judge him by his dynamism as a business leader as much as his record on core Tata values
Yes, Cyrus Mistry is a surprise choice as the Tata Group’s next chairman. But a closer look suggests that it is an obvious one
The rupee is Asia’s worst performer this year, having tumbled by 15 per cent. There are domestic reasons for it too
Not so long ago, India’s emergence as a tiger economy was seen as a done deal. Today, double-digit growth looks a forlorn dream. What went wrong?
If the Centre reduces taxes on petrol, it will have to raise them elsewhere, which will again fuel inflation
In 2010-11, household savings dipped alarmingly as a percentage of GDP. Higher rates on bank deposits could spur a reversal
Niira Radia and the story of an experiment in corporate lobbying that failed
India’s GDP growth target for the 12th Plan period is just 9 per cent annually, a tad lower than the double-digit bluster earlier
Even a 1 per cent mismatch in receipts implies that there are opportunities to generate $2.5 billion a year in black money