While debt-financing may be one option, many firms want to avoid a repeat of 2008-09, when companies rapidly raised debt to fuel their expansion, only to be tripped up by the global financial crisis.
Sound Scientist Andy Munro, who has worked with The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and AR Rahman, is hoping he has the magic formula to hit a high note in India.
A glut in supply and constricted demand are leading to an army of unhappy mgmt graduates, raising uncomfortable questions about a once coveted degree.
Starbucks, the world's largest coffee retailer and Café Coffee Day, India’s No. 1 chain, square off even as rival chains struggle to keep up.
Since its launch in June 2013, Amazon - the $74.5-billion giant - has gone from 2 categories to 24, from zero sellers to around 1,000.
A research firm pegs TCS at No 10 globally in IT services but the Tata group company reckons it’s much higher on various parameters.
Crowdfunding platforms for start-ups: Little awareness & legal hurdles may slow down promising start
Crowdfunding platforms are trying to find their feet — and entrepreneurs eager to raise funds from them — will be hoping that regulations evolve fast.
There is a link between Saraswati and Lakshmi...and we have been late in establishing this. Among our educational institutions, the importance of generating knowledge is known, but the importance of creating wealth is missed out, says Raghunath Anant Mashelkar.
Between respondents who know too much and researchers who know too little, marketers and agencies believe its reboot time for focus groups, one of the most popular consumer research techniques
How are companies, agencies like IMRB, FCB Ulka and others finding new ways to improve qualitative research
As companies and agencies deal with the inadequacies of focus groups, they are finding new ways to improve their qualitative research. Here's how
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