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How HR heads are leading change

The average number of years required to become a CHRO has come down from 15-20 years to 12-18 years.

#MeToo: Companies get insurance against harassment charges

The Employment Practices Liability cover provides protection against claims from employees based on discrimination or wrongful termination or harassment.

Chicken run: KFC’s journey from struggle to bounce-back, one leg piece at a time

KFC posted profits in the quarter ending June 2018 — the seventh time in a row since 2016. Not so long ago, the king of fried chicken had hit a rough spot. Here’s how it got back its bite.

Need soap? Why not check out a smartphone, too? Or, how the humble kirana is becoming uber cool.

New products, new business models. This isn't your parents’ shop anymore.

Kiranas trounce Walmart-Amazon-DMart 9-1: how the small grocer keeps winning big

Indian households can’t do without the neighbourhood store. And consumer-goods companies pray at its abode. But it is beginning to feel the pinch of supermarkets and online stores.

Attention hipsters, we’ve got news for you: Kingfisher is still mopping the floor with your favourite brew

A pitcher full of internal problems, and competition from cool new beers crafted to woo changing tastes — wasn’t the king of good times supposed to be history? Well, you have another thing coming.

Can Patanjali do an Amul?

The dairy business remains the graveyard of mighty companies who came and lost to India’s well-oiled farming co-operatives.

Indians dislike modern breakfast cereals. A startup wants to change that — with a 4,000-year-old grain.

It's a market that has frustrated giants like Kellogg's. But Bengaluru-based Soulfull, which sells ragi-based products, believes it has found a way to win: Eschew the ‘breakfast cereal’ label altogether.

What Future Group knows about plus-size fashion that others don't

For the third year running, Kishore Biyani’s brainchild ALL is part of the Lakmé Fashion Week, spotlighting couture for the big of build. It’s a rare high for a segment that has remained the fashion industry’s orphan child — despite a burgeoning market. Can demanding customers and increasing entrepreneurial interest change things?

Movie studios believe they have a future in the OTT business. They need a more credible script.

Bollywood-centric bravado has little room in the new world of digital entertainment.

The $41 billion wealth gap that divides Mukesh and Anil Ambani

The tale of the brothers' diverging fortunes began 16 years ago, when their father died without a will.

#MeToo spreads: Tatas looking into reports against Suhel Seth

Suhel Seth worked with the public relations team of the Tata Group when the Ratan Tata-Cyrus Mistry boardroom battle broke out two years back.

#MeToo: Dentsu Aegis Network’s four senior executives resign

Dentsu Aegis Network has asked Kartik Iyer, Praveen Das, Bodhisatwa Dasgupta and Dinesh Swamy to step down.

Vijaypat Singhania sacked as Raymond chairman-emeritus

With this sacking, the ugly feud involving Singhania and his son Gautam has plumbed new depths.

L&T ranks 22 in Forbes' best global employer list

American companies dominate the list in general. Of the top 500 employers, 185 are in the listm, while 80 are in the list from China and Hong Kong.

About half of Indian firms lack system to detect travel, expense frauds: Survey

The survey found that nearly 55% of the companies stated their inability to retrieve past expense data as a key bottleneck in auditing and managing T&E expenses.

India Inc's Jan-Sep M&A deal tally touch USD 76 bn: Report

"Strong earnings, promising demographics and big ticket deals drove the M&A activity, clocking deals worth USD 76 billion from over 350 transactions," said Prashant Mehra.

Companies can save up to $165 billion by 2022 by adopting automation:Study

According to a study by Capgemini Research Institute, India ranks fifth in adoption of automation technologies at scale.

Suits & Sayings: ET's weekly round up of wackiest whispers in corporate corridors

Here is ET’s weekly roundup of the wackiest whispers and murmurs in corporate corridors and policy parlours

IIFL buys controlling stake in KadaiEshwar Housing Finance for Rs 100 crore

An application for the certificate of registration has now been submitted to the central bank. The new venture is expected to hit the market by January

74 Indian companies generated €11 billion revenue in Germany: Survey

The four dominant sectors include automotives, metals and metal-processing, chemicals and pharmaceuticals and professional, scientific and technical services.

Amway appoints Milind Pant as CEO

The $8.6-billion Amway, the world’s largest direct selling company, has always been family-run by its founderpromoters since its debut in 1959, and is based in Ada, Michigan.

#MeToo Impact on corporate India: Women executives more confident but cautious

Women executives see #Me-Too as a platform to speak up about their experiences, and believe they are more likely to be heard now.

CESC set to be divided into 3 companies

Generation and distribution business would continue to be called CESC, while retail business would now be called New Retail.

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