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Highlights of Business Today 1st January 2016, issue: The latest issue of Business Today carries the cover story on India's Best CEOs 2016 in partnership with Pricewaterhouse-Coopers (PwC) to carry out the study. This is Business Today's fifth annual ranking of India's Best CEOs from across sectors such as FMCG, Real Estate, Automobile, Chemicals, etc. Tech Mahindra's Chander Prakash Gurnani came to be known as the 'People's CEO' and a great asset in the IT services industry. Read more in Change Agent. The year 2016 has been action-packed for Zee Entertainment and Chief Executive Punit Goenka is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that the company becomes the largest media and entertainment giant in the market. To know more, read It's Showtime, Folks! Demonetisation has left the country's non-banking and informal financial system, which serves the rural hinterlands, in a quandary. The flourishing NBFC industry, which borrowed from the banking sector and lent to the non-salaried class in semi-urban and rural areas have been severely hit due to demonetisation. Find out more in Paralysed. Facebook and Twitter have become the go-to platforms for news where content is determined by what users 'like' to read, as opposed to reality. Facts have taken a backseat as popular opinion goes 'viral'. Read more about this in Rumour Has it. All this and much more in the January 1st, 2017 issue of Business Today. So buy now!

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