How Titagarh Wagons acquired France's sinking Arbel Fauvet Rail in 2010 and turned it around
Insecticides India, among the country's fastest growing agrochemical companies, intends to come up with five new molecules in the next five years
With demand for launches doubling, the space agency wants industry to step up. What will it take for the two sides to pull this off?
Will Jagdish Khattar's new game plan win against the neighbourhood garage?
Tata Steel is on the cusp of developing a breakthrough technology that will significantly reduce ash content in coal
Maverick hotelier Patu Keswani has grand plans for his Lemon Tree Hotels. But a lot hinges on the chain's ability to ramp up operations at a never before seen pace
When most pharmas are shying away from high-risk drug discovery, Piramal Healthcare is going for it full steam. Has it found a new way?
French company Schneider Electric is using the retail route to power ahead in India. The retail foray has now given the company an opportunity to reach customers homes directly
India has not yet thrown up a wind power utility firm of any scale. Yet serial entrepreneur Ravi Kailas believes he can build 5,000 MW of capacity in five years. Does he know something that others haven't yet figured?
Omkar Realtors has worked out a business model around usually shunned slum redevelopment projects one based on trust
Daimler is getting ready for a full frontal attack to corner large segments of the Indian truck market, but incumbent Tata Motors isn't going to be a pushover