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Highlights of Business Today October 13, 2013: Keeping up with the standard of providing quality content, the magazine launches the first BT-YES Bank Emerging Companies Survey of mid-sized, unlisted and fast-growing companies. The cover story profiles eight winners of the survey. Subscribe to the magazine to find out if they can be the giants of tomorrow. Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines come together again after a decade and a half. Read more about the deal in the story \'Delayed Take-off\'. The story \'India on Sale\' says debt-laden companies are resorting to asset sales as a slowing economy, a weak rupee and volatile capital markets offer little hope of a turnaround anytime soon. The story \'Holiday Season Again\' brings timeshare pioneer Sterling Holiday Resorts back in focus. The company is staging a comeback after 16 years in the wilderness. The magazine also carries the third edition of the BT-Morningstar survey. The survey says that nearly half of all fund managers expect the Sensex to hover between 18,000 and 20,000. Pharmacy chain MedPlus is now the second-biggest in the country, after Apollo. Read more about its rise in the story \'Healing Chain\'. Grab a copy now for all this and more.

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