Business Today - May 10,2015
Ever since its inception in 1992, it has set one benchmark after another in business reporting. It was the first to do serious reporting on management theories. And then again, it is the first to bring a whole new genre of business journalism more upclose and more incisive. Today, BUSINESS TODAY commands the highest circulation and readership among all business magazines in India.
Game sales are rapidly outpacing movie ticket sales. 'Games people play' talks about how games with a social feature are scoring heavily online.
In 'No thanks for sharing', read how companies offering home stays, shared cabs, products on hire and related services have had to tweak their strategies to survive in India.
'Forging a dream' talks about how putting the shine back into debt-laden Essar Steel will not be easy despite its grandiose plans.
'Fighting for access' takes you through the developments in the fight for net neutrality in India, with Internet users going all out against telecom players to ensure everyone enjoys equal rights in the virtual world.
Also in focus: Implications of banks differing with the Reserve Bank on the approach to pricing loans; how the Rafale deal will boost Indian manufacturing in the long run; national interest at a loss with the government and Reliance Industries continuing to fight over KG-D6 gas price and more.
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