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Highlights of Business Today 1st October 2023, issue: 

Back in Vogue

With several AMCs launching technology-focussed funds, the IT sector seems to have regained its allure

Back in Vogue

3 mins

WOMAN POWER TO THE FORE

Jaya Varma Sinha's appointment as the Railway Board's first woman Chairperson and CEO comes at a pivotal juncture in the rail transporter's 170-year history

WOMAN POWER TO THE FORE

1 min

Heirs Now Apparent

With Mukesh Ambani announcing the appointment of his children to the board of Reliance Industries, the much awaited succession plan at the conglomerate seems well underway

Heirs Now Apparent

3 mins

Winning Game

With broadcast rights for India's bilateral cricket fixtures in its kitty, Viacom18 is turning into the new home of Indian cricket

Winning Game

1 min

THE JIO FINANCIAL BLUEPRINT

WITH THE LISTING OF JIO FINANCIAL SERVICES, RELIANCE CHAIRMAN MUKESH AMBANI HAS LINED UP ALL HIS DUCKS. WILL THE NEW NBFC DISRUPT THE FINANCIAL SPACE THE WAY JIO ROILED MOBILE TELEPHONY DESPITE BEING A LATE ENTRANT?

THE JIO FINANCIAL BLUEPRINT

10+ mins

"We want a poverty-free world on a liveable planet"

Ajay Banga, President of the World Bank, talks about the institution's new vision and mission, reforms, the debt crisis and India's G20 presidency

"We want a poverty-free world on a liveable planet"

10 mins

Growing Pains

AFTER GROWING 7.8 PER CENT IN Q1FY24, INDIA'S ECONOMIC GROWTH MAY SLOW DESPITE A FOCUS ON CAPEX. AN ERRATIC MONSOON MAY LOWER DOMESTIC DEMAND AND FAN FOOD INFLATIONARY PRESSURES, WHILE THE GLOBAL SLUMP COULD HURT EXPORTS

Growing Pains

7 mins

"WE'VE NOT SUFFERED FROM THE GLOBAL SLOWDOWN"

CEA V. Anantha Nageswaran is confident that the economy will grow by 6.5 per cent this fiscal despite concerns

"WE'VE NOT SUFFERED FROM THE GLOBAL SLOWDOWN"

4 mins

IN THE SLOW LANE

DESPITE EFFORTS, THE GOVERNMENT'S DISINVESTMENT AGENDA HAS HAD MIXED SUCCESS WITH MINORITY SHARE SALES TAKING PRECEDENCE AND STRATEGIC DISINVESTMENT REMAINING ON THE BACK BURNER

IN THE SLOW LANE

9 mins

CAUTION AHEAD

STEEP INFLATION AND FALTERING DEMAND HAVE HIT CONSUMER GOODS MAKERS HARD IN THE PAST THREE YEARS. THERE SEEMS TO BE LITTLE RESPITE AS A FRESH INFLATION SURGE AND UNEVEN SPREAD OF THE MONSOON COULD DISRUPT THE FIRMS' RECOVERY

CAUTION AHEAD

7 mins

THIRSTING FOR DOMINANCE

BISLERI HAS MAINTAINED ITS LEADERSHIP IN THE BOTTLED WATER BUSINESS. IT'S NOW LOOKING TO CONSOLIDATE AND GET A MEANINGFUL SHARE OF THE CARBONATED SOFT DRINKS MARKETS

THIRSTING FOR DOMINANCE

10 mins

Under the Finfluence

The Securities and Exchange Board of India has made its intentions crystal clear by getting on the offensive in its fight against unregistered financial influencers or finfluencers. But it must tread a fine line

Under the Finfluence

9 mins

WHERE ARE THE CRYPTO KINGS?

CRYPTO TRADING HAS SLOWED DOWN DRASTICALLY, PUTTING THE BRAKES ON A MARKET WHICH WAS ONCE ON FIRE. UNDETERRED, CRYPTO FOUNDERS ARE LOOKING FOR NEW AVENUES TO TAKE THEIR FIRMS IN

WHERE ARE THE CRYPTO KINGS?

10+ mins

PURE INDULGENCE

INDIAN CRAFT CHOCOLATE MAKERS ARE EXPERIMENTING WITH UNUSUAL INGREDIENTS LIKE JASMINE AND HIBISCUS TO OFFER ESOTERIC FLAVOURS

PURE INDULGENCE

3 mins

A PEEK INTO THE FUTURE

This year's IFA Berlin had some truly futuristic devices that give you an idea of what technology can do for you. We bring you our picks

A PEEK INTO THE FUTURE

2 mins

"Don't shy away from challenges"

MEHUL PANDYA - MD AND CEO - CAREEDGE CareEdge is one of India's leading credit rating agencies

"Don't shy away from challenges"

1 min

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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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