under Aresh Shirali

The splash that Coal India’s mega-offer made still holds an opportunity to turn public perceptions in favour of high dividend yield stocks. Getting a nice sum as a share of profits, after all, is what equity ownership ought to be about

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28 Jan 2016 | BY Aresh Shirali

That’s life in a lost state

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21 Jan 2016 | BY Aresh Shirali

Mercedes zips past rivals to regain leadership of the Indian luxury car market. A story foretold not by the night sky but by a blurry flag

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20 Jan 2016 | BY Aresh Shirali

As the boss of OPEC, a cartel that has given the world many an ‘oil shock’ in the past, Saudi Aramco is no ordinary company. Can such an entity be privatised even fractionally?

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14 Jan 2016 | BY Aresh Shirali

Instead of governments going libertarian with ‘nudge’ policies, businesses appear to be turning more and more coercive. Taxi-hailing services are a fine example

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7 Jan 2016 | BY Aresh Shirali

If reach out is what one must do, then one needs to be on Facebook. And if its adoption involves the betrayal of a tribe of fellow FB naysayers only rumoured to exist, so be it

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17 Dec 2015 | BY Aresh Shirali

Indian political discourse is not a lost cause. A good grounding in an old tradition could inspire a revival, argues the political philosopher Bhikhu Parekh

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16 Dec 2015 | BY Aresh Shirali

Instead of going the corporate way with top government jobs, a better HR model for IAS officers would be the tenure system that US universities like Harvard have for professors

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26 Nov 2015 | BY Aresh Shirali

The masala bonds to be traded on the LSE are a timely idea, but for these to acquire a reputation for safety, global investors would need to be assured of the rupee’s stability

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19 Nov 2015 | BY Aresh Shirali

The work of Nobel laureate Angus Deaton arms us for the fight against poverty and reminds us that Economics should focus on welfare more than wealth

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15 Oct 2015 | BY Aresh Shirali
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