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Highlights of Business Today 23rd June 2024, issue:

MARKET ACES ARE RUSHING TO INVEST IN INDIA’S UNLISTED START-UPS, ATTRACTED BY POST-LISTING GAINS, INTERESTING IDEAS AND ENTREPRENEURS, AND THE ABSENCE OF SOME KEY SECTORS IN THE SECONDARY MARKETS

At Your Service - With 16.1 million new jobs, the services sector was the biggest employer in FY24

CONTINUITY WITH CHANGE

The economy seems to be well placed. The election results could mean a slower pace of reforms, but the focus on development is likely to continue

CONTINUITY WITH CHANGE

3 mins

RESULT AND REPERCUSSIONS

After the verdict, the Street has turned cautious with analysts expecting the new government to reassess some of its policy priorities

RESULT AND REPERCUSSIONS

3 mins

D-STREET ANGELS

FACED WITH A DEARTH OF PURE-PLAY THEMES IN THE SECONDARY MARKETS, SEASONED INVESTORS LIKE VIJAY KEDIA, MUKUL MAHAVIR AGRAWAL, AND THE JHUNJHUNWALAS HAVE TRAINED THEIR SIGHTS ON THE START-UP

D-STREET ANGELS

10+ mins

BANDHAN AT A CROSSROADS

THE BELEAGUERED LENDER, LED BY CHANDRA SHEKHAR GHOSH, HAS FACED A HOST OF CHALLENGES IN RECENT TIMES. IT HAS READIED A BLUEPRINT TO DEAL WITH THEM. BUT WILL IT SUCCEED WITHOUT GHOSH AT THE HELM?

BANDHAN AT A CROSSROADS

8 mins

"I CAN PLAY A STRATEGIC ROLE WITHIN THE HOLDING COMPANY OF THE BANK"

Bandhan Bank Founder, MD & CEO Chandra Shekhar Ghosh on the leadership transition, his plans, and microfinance

"I CAN PLAY A STRATEGIC ROLE WITHIN THE HOLDING COMPANY OF THE BANK"

6 mins

PROFITING FROM ESG

INITIALLY DRIVEN BY REGULATORY COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS, BUSINESSES ARE INCREASINGLY VIEWING ESG AS A TOOL TO ENHANCE PROFITABILITY. BUT THERE IS STILL A LONG WAY TO GO

PROFITING FROM ESG

6 mins

BEYOND THE BLIP

ESG HAS BEEN UNDER SCRUTINY GLOBALLY AMID ALLEGATIONS OF GREENWASHING AND RECORD REDEMPTIONS FROM ESG FUNDS. BUT THAT MAY JUST BE ONE SIDE OF THE STORY, SINCE SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES HAVE BECOME CORE COMPONENTS OF COMPANIES' STRATEGIES

BEYOND THE BLIP

4 mins

HUMANISING SUSTAINABILITY

THERE IS A NEED TO MOVE BEYOND INDIVIDUAL WELL-BEING AND FOSTER A SENSE OF INTERCONNECTEDNESS AND SOLIDARITY

HUMANISING SUSTAINABILITY

3 mins

PAYING FOR CHANGE

WITH EXTREME WEATHER INCREASINGLY PUTTING THE COUNTRY AND ITS ECONOMY AT RISK, INDIA SHOULD EXPLORE CLIMATE FINANCE PATHWAYS TO FUND ITS NET-ZERO JOURNEY TOWARDS A GREENER FUTURE

PAYING FOR CHANGE

4 mins

DE-RISKING THE BOOKS

INDIAN BANKS ARE BEGINNING TO TAKE BABY STEPS TOWARDS ADDRESSING CLIMATE-RELATED FINANCIAL RISKS IN THEIR BOOKS. BUT THEY MUST PUT THEIR FOOT ON THE PEDAL AND ENHANCE PREPAREDNESS

DE-RISKING THE BOOKS

4 mins

THE GREEN BARRIER

THE EU'S CARBON BORDER ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM COULD MAKE INDIAN EXPORTS UNCOMPETITIVE, UNLESS EFFORTS TO REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS ARE ACCELERATED

THE GREEN BARRIER

5 mins

ECO CHAMBER

DATA CENTRES ARE A VERY VITAL PART OF THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION THAT IS UNDERWAY, BUT THERE'S A PROBLEM: THEY CONSUME TOO MUCH ENERGY. AS DEMAND FOR SUCH CENTRES INCREASES IN INDIA, IT HAS NO OPTION BUT TO EMBRACE GREEN SOLUTIONS

ECO CHAMBER

6 mins

FROM GREY TO GREEN

WITH THE CLIMATE CRISIS BECOMING MORE ACUTE, GREEN HYDROGEN COULD BE AN IMPORTANT SOLUTION

FROM GREY TO GREEN

3 mins

HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN

WITH THE GOVERNMENT OFFERING SUBSIDIES UNDER THE PM SURYA GHAR MUFT BIJLI YOJANA, MANY HOUSEHOLDS HAVE TAKEN A SHINE TO SOLAR ROOFTOP PANELS. BUT HOW MUCH DO THEY COST?

HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN

7 mins

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Business Today India Magazine Description:

PublisherIndia Today Group

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyFortnightly

Business Today is a weekly business magazine published by Living Media India Limited. It was founded in 1992 and is the largest-circulated business fortnightly in India.

Business Today covers a wide range of business topics, including corporate news, market trends, and leadership profiles. The magazine also features articles on entrepreneurship, innovation, and social responsibility.

Business Today is known for its in-depth reporting and its insightful analysis. The magazine has won numerous awards, including the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism and the World Media Award for Business Journalism.

Here are some of the features of Business Today India Magazine:

* In-depth reporting: Business Today features in-depth reporting on the latest business news and trends.
* Expert analysis: Business Today's writers and analysts provide insightful analysis of the Indian business landscape.
* Leadership profiles: Business Today features profiles of leading business figures from India and around the world.
* Entrepreneurship: Business Today covers the latest trends in entrepreneurship and innovation.
* Social responsibility: Business Today features articles on corporate social responsibility and sustainability.

Business Today is a must-read for any business leader or anyone interested in the Indian business world. Subscribe today and start your journey to becoming a better business leader!

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