Corporate India remembers VG Siddhartha as a humble man; asks entrepreneurs not to be discouraged by failures
Industry captains on Wednesday paid rich tributes to VG Siddhartha, founder of India's biggest coffee chain Cafe Coffee Day, remembering his entrepreneurial spirit and humble nature but also cautioned entrepreneurs not to let failures destroy their self-esteem
India Inc revenue growth in Q4 hits six-quarter low of 10.7% on weak consumer spending, softening commodity prices
From profitability perspective, operating margins also narrowed 0.78 percent to 16.8 per cent during the period, but were up 0.93 percent on lower commodity prices and price hikes
Lok Sabha election results 2019: Stable govt to boost economic growth, foreign fund flow, says corporate India
India Inc on Thursday expressed hope that a stable government at the centre will boost growth in the country and lead to higher foreign fund inflows as trends pointed to BJP and allies returning to power with a thumping majority
Indian companies raised Rs 4.57 lakh crore through private placement of corporate bonds during the first 10 months of the current fiscal to meet business need
GN Bajpai calls for flexible capital structure for companies to be able to tap opportunities in country
GN Bajpai urged captains of industry to adopt a new ownership structure, which should have a longer-term perspective wherein the focus should be customers.
India Inc expects over 7% growth in next 12 months on the back of policy initiatives taken by govt: Survey
India Inc is upbeat about the future of the economy as growth is to be driven by strong domestic demand and an increased focus on export markets
India Inc sees 'great choice' in Shaktikanta Das' appointment as RBI governor, says it is booster to industry
Industry body FICCI welcomed the appointment of former Economic Affairs Secretary and current member of the Finance Commission, Das, as RBI Governor.
RBI governor Urjit Patel quits: Hope for smooth transition with approach acceptable to all, says corporate India
India Inc on Monday said it hopes for a smooth transition and "an approach acceptable to all" after RBI Governor Urjit Patel's resignation, citing liquidity and credit offtake issues in the financial sector.
"There is an urgent need to improve the credit flow to the real economy. GDP growth is already showing signs of slowing down. With crude oil prices down, we need to take further measures for the revival of animal spirits in the economy and give more momentum to it," FICCI President Rashesh Shah said.
Brexit: Indian businesses must face facts to survive shift in UK policies, take timeout from Commonwealth fantasy league
Everything – including new British trade deals with India and the wider Commonwealth FTA – was thrown into doubt and confusion when Theresa May announced her plans to keep the UK in the European customs union as part of the Brexit deal
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair a meeting with top industrialists and policymakers on Monday to brainstorm on measures required to realise his vision of India breaking into the top 50 in the World Bank's ease of doing business index
World Bank's ease of doing business ranking: Corporate India praises reforms undertaken by Narendra Modi govt
India jumped 23 places to the 77th position in the World Bank's 'ease of doing business' ranking released on Wednesday.
The Draft Bill proposes to establish a legal framework for monitoring and supervising processing of personal data.
Narendra Modi's assertion towards industrialists to help alleviate negative perception, says corporate India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's assertion that he was not afraid of being seen with industrialists playing a key role in India's development is a shot in the arm for the industry at a time when it is dealing with a strong negative perception, corporate India said on Monday
Narendra Modi regime boosted entrepreneurial climate; final year must focus on further simplification of rules, say experts
An April 2018 government press statement stated that some 7,968 startups received recognition in financial year 2017-18, as as against 797 recognitions in fiscal 2016-17.
Narendra Modi does well to stand by industrialists; nation leapfrogs in ease of doing business but Make in India still a pipe dream
The manufacturing rut can be gotten out of only through Make in India which sadly is eluding us.
India Inc hails GST Council's decision to cut rates on white goods, allow quarterly return filing for businesses
In his first GST Council meeting since he took charge as the finance minister, Piyush Goyal allowed businesses with a turnover of up to Rs 5 crore to file quarterly returns
Employees can look forward to an average hike of 9-12 percent while top talent may get as much as 15 percent raise this year as improving hiring pace is pressing organisations to retain their key performers, says HR experts
Will gender pay parity remain a pipe dream? Indian companies can do more to ensure equal pay for equal work
For starters, a little bit of effort and open mindedness is all we need to ensure equality and parity at workplaces.
Industry bodies on Wednesday said RBI's decision to ban Letters of Undertaking (LOUs) for trade credit for imports will have a disruptive impact, at least in the immediate term, as small businesses would require higher working capital