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Latest Articles in magazine 25 july 2016

A Ticking Time Bomb

The new wave of infrastructure development in the country, has also paved the way for newer environmental challenges

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The Resurgence Of Global Markets

India is largely insulated from the global turmoil and may, in fact gain, as investors view it positively

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“Earnings Downgrades Are Bottoming Out”

Earnings downgrades are bottoming out, and in the recent quarter topline growth has been positive, which is encouraging. I’m overweight on India relative to other countries

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FDI: Opening The Floodgates

To encourage growth and jobs, the government relaxes FDI norms in sectors such as single-brand retail, aviation, security sector, pharma, defence-related sub-sectors and many more

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Stock Markets On Its Way To 50,000

It’s not just foreign investors who are looking favourably at India. Domestic investors, too, are increasingly looking at investments in the stockmarket. Speculation is rife now. The signs are there, too. The Sensex will rise and shine again

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Globescan: No Frexit

Rival ride services Uber and Lyft have settled high stakes litigation involving two of their top executives, court filings show, in advance of a trial that could have aired sensitive details about both companies

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The Raging Bull & GST

This issue’s cover story predicts that in three years the Sensex will be at 50,000 and enlists reasons for this bullishness

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Deal Activity Hits A Bump

What’s interesting is that PE deal flow has also taken a hit with investors taking a cautious approach towards fresh investments in the startup ecosystem which attracted capital in hordes from risk capital investors last year. The value of PE deals dipped to $518 million this year from $1,248 million in May 2015

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Brexit: Boon Or Bane

IMF predicted that in a worst-case scenario, Britain’s departure from the EU could reduce this year’s world economic growth by up to 5.6 per cent

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‘Airbus Wants Us To Come To India’

Phillip Underwood, president and CEO of Magellan Aerospace, talks to BW Businessworld about the joint venture with Indian firm Aequs for Airbus’s components

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When India Roars At The Lions

What are we passionate about — the business of marketing and advertising? Being a creative professional? Being a journalist? Representing India?

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‘Change, Before You Have To’

Productive paranoia can drive growth, says Kirk Perry, president, Brand Solutions at Google. He tells BW’s Noor Fathima Warsia how to stay relevant

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Social Media Circuit: A Growing World

Twitter has launched #Stickers, a photo-editing tool that allows users to choose from hundreds of accessories, emojis, and props and, stick them on photos they tweet

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Verbatim: Quotable Quotes

The British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be respected. The will of the British people is an instruction that must be delivered — David Cameron

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Transforming Technology Into Solutions

Startupland is delivering on efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability — three top priorities on the Unilever agenda, Jeremy Basset, head of Unilever Foundry, explains in a chat with BW Businessworld

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