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16/11/2006
Jack Welch and Suzy Welch
Undone by excesses of leadership!
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Joseph Stiglitz
Of course it’s free trade; er... free for us that is!
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Paul Krugman
Time to stop flogging the dead horse
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The Death of TATA Steel

When the media world went bonkers sniffing in vain for leads on the Tata-Corus front, there was only one publication invited right into the heart of Tata Steel’s Jamshedpur epicenter, for an exclusive investigation into why the Tatas are killing Tata Steel, and why they’re loving it; B&E presents....Read More...

Business and Economy - 16 November  2006
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ScrutinyLike President, like citizens!

Much like a rising trend of the American offensive internationally, the domestic crime graph is on upswing. The Uniform Crime Report of the FBI estimates all-time high .
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PolicyMIRAGE OF HOPE

As the saying goes, ‘If you can’t beat them, join them’. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh seems to have found a new mantra to tackle suicides by indebted farmers of India.
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PoliticsBarack Obama‘08 – Can US do it!

He is billed as the most charismatic leader to have emerged in the United States of America since John F. Kennedy. His youthful exuberance
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CountryMesmeric Turkey

It holds many treasures in its womb – from the antiques of the Ottoman Empire to the valuable handicrafts to mouth watering delicacies – and not surprisingly, all hold their unique .
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  Editorial - 16/11/2006


Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
What’s the big deal about Sensex reaching 13,000? Sigh... nothing..

Not long before, on September 4, 2005, we saw India jump with joy at the news of the BSE Sensex breaching the 8,000 mark. Then came February 6, 2006, which witnessed celebrations & overwhelming media coverage for the so-called breaching of the five-digit landmark. Yes, the Sensex had crossed 10,000 points due to heavy buying ...Read More...

 
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