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  • Book excerpt | '#Tata Stories': When eight men drew up a Rs10,000 crore economic plan for free India - in 1944 Jun 17, 2021 08:12 AM IST

    Book excerpt | '#Tata Stories': When eight men drew up a Rs10,000 crore economic plan for free India - in 1944

    The Bombay Plan was ambitious - and not just because it was the country's first economic plan. Harish Bhat tells the story of the plan and the thinking behind it, in the chapter "Tata, Birla and the Bombay Plan" in '#Tata Stories', his new book released on June 14, 2021. Excerpt below:

  • Book Excerpt | 'How to Be Yourself': Irreverent and funny, Simon Doonan's book offers a toolkit to survive seemingly progressive office culture May 22, 2021 10:28 AM IST

    Book Excerpt | 'How to Be Yourself': Irreverent and funny, Simon Doonan's book offers a toolkit to survive seemingly progressive office culture

    The "Werk" section of 'How to Be Yourself: Life-Changing Advice from a Reckless Contrarian' looks unblinkingly at the misguided efforts by some offices to offer non-GMO snacks and wellness centres but stifle independent thinking.

  • Book Excerpt: The Next Stop | How is natural gas pricing done in India? Apr 14, 2021 03:01 PM IST

    Book Excerpt: The Next Stop | How is natural gas pricing done in India?

    A new book edited by energy expert Vikram Singh Mehta looks at different aspects of natural gas use in India, including policy changes and reforms in pricing.

  • Book Excerpt: The CEO Test | How to deal with the pressures of leadership Apr 09, 2021 08:22 AM IST

    Book Excerpt: The CEO Test | How to deal with the pressures of leadership

    Merryck & Co. Managing Director Adam Bryant and former Chairman and CEO of Amgen Kevin Sharer on what to do and what not to do when faced with the pressures of leadership

  • Book Excerpt: Why rich Indian fugitives often escape to London Mar 26, 2021 06:10 PM IST

    Book Excerpt: Why rich Indian fugitives often escape to London

    And what it takes to bring them back: a new book deep-dives into 12 extradition cases, including the Vijay Mallya extradition case and the Nirav Modi extradition case

  • Book Excerpt: How Eicher’s Siddhartha turned around Royal Enfield Dec 01, 2020 12:36 PM IST

    Book Excerpt: How Eicher’s Siddhartha turned around Royal Enfield

    In his book, ‘Indian Icon: A Cult Called Royal Enfield’, Amrit Raj traces the history of the motorcycle brand and how it developed a mass following in the past decade.

  • Book Excerpt: How leaders must communicate crisis in COVID times Nov 07, 2020 08:55 AM IST

    Book Excerpt: How leaders must communicate crisis in COVID times

    Placing a positive story sensitively in a negative environment is an art that leaders have to master. 

  • Book Excerpt: The Nine Lives of Pakistan — How ISI became that country’s omnipotent force Sep 17, 2020 12:59 PM IST

    Book Excerpt: The Nine Lives of Pakistan — How ISI became that country’s omnipotent force

    NYT journalist Declan Walsh on the origins of Pakistan military’s powerful spy agency, his own relationship with ISI and how it uses fear as a powerful weapon.

  • Book Excerpt: The Paradiso from Luxe Inferno Feb 22, 2020 01:29 PM IST

    Book Excerpt: The Paradiso from Luxe Inferno

    This book 3 of The Luxe Trilogy is a philosophical quest for the true meaning of luxury 

  • BOOK EXCERPT: Revisiting the beginnings of the BSE vs NSE battle Feb 03, 2017 02:05 PM IST

    BOOK EXCERPT: Revisiting the beginnings of the BSE vs NSE battle

    On Friday, the BSE officially listed on the National Stock Exchange. But 23 years ago, the launch of the NSE wasn't exactly welcomed by Asia's oldest exchange.

  • BOOK EXCERPT: The Target - The decimation of Jignesh Shah's global empire Jan 26, 2017 01:01 PM IST

    BOOK EXCERPT: The Target - The decimation of Jignesh Shah's global empire

    “A new government is coming, if he continues to remain a free man, he sure will open a Pandora‘s Box and seal our fate. We could be in trouble,” the official sounded worried. “So what do we do?” he asked in the same breath. There was a deathly silence, probably the person on the other end was plotting. And then the person answered.

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