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Turnaround strategy: Smaller stores are planned under Kaya with more focus on products than services. — K. Ananthan
Turnaround strategy: Smaller stores are planned under Kaya with more focus on products than services. — K. Ananthan

Why Marico shed its Kaya skin

By spinning off its skin care services business, Marico hopes to bring back fast growth to its FMCG business. »

With lower debt, Biyani gets Future ready

Following a series of debt-defying deals and stake sales, Kishore Biyani is looking to get back to doing what he knows best: hard-core retailing. »

With its back to wall, Walmart firefights

File photo of Best Price mega store, a Bharti Walmart India enterprise at Zirakpur in Ajitgarh district of Punjab. - Akhilesh Kumar Christmas is the busiest time of the year for Walmart. And the world’s biggest retailer just ensured that it got even busier by putting Apple’s latest release, the iPhone 5, on sale at a s... »

For debt-laden Suzlon, the answer is blowin’ in the wind

In the wind power industry, Suzlon Energy is known for its aggression. And, a lot of it can be directly attributed to its Chairman and Managing Director Tulsi Tanti who started the company... »

Max-ing the disruption curve

Deepak Mehrotra, CEO, Micromax. After a tough year, Micromax is charting out plans for a huge comeback, with forays into new segments such as TVs and tablets »
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