India boasts 123,000 millionaires, a 23 percent jump from last year, the fastest growth in any country in the world, according to the World Wealth
Anil Ambani's Reliance Communications bid for a multi-billion dollar tie-up with South Africa's MTN is facing a challenge from his older brother Mukesh Ambani's Reliance
Reliance Big Entertainment is reportedly working on a $400 million deal with the Bachchans involving film production, television series, reality and live shows, internet and
The next frontier for India's outsourcing industry?
Brazilians and Indians are the world's most environmentally conscious consumers and Americans are the least. A survey on global attitudes toward the environment by the
Amar Bose, a former MIT professor of electrical engineering, whose pioneering work in acoustics technology led to the creation of the globally renowned Bose Corporation,
Vinod Gupta's InfoUSA, the Omaha, Neb., based list marketing company faces potential delisting from the NASDAQ stock exchange for failing to file its 2007 annual
The Indian government has selected The Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) Trust to run the country's first Non Resident Indian University in Bangalore. The
14,490 Indians received British citizenship
Consolidation, Corporatization and Convergence
Western Union is one company bucking the recession, reporting a 7 percent increase in first-quarter net income thanks to a falling dollar and robust growth
With a net worth of £27 billion, steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal is England's richest man, ahead of Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich and The Duke of
Rising costs and a weakening dollar is prompting many U.S. companies to rethink their strategies of outsourcing to India. Analysts say that India's cost advantage,
Venezuela and India are collaborating to explore and produce oil and natural gas in eastern Venezuela.Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) India's top petroleum exploration
Dermatology and plastic surgery are the most competitive fields for medical residencies, according to a report by the Association of American Medical Colleges and the
Ferrari plans to open six showrooms in India by 2010.
Physicians with U.S. postgraduate degrees can now practice medicine in India and teach at the country's medical colleges.The health ministry has decided to recognize advanced
The proportion of IITians going abroad has dropped by half in recent years.
Worldwide remittances in 2007 estimated at $318 billion
Only 10 percent of doctors in California are Latino or African American,
The company is targeting the mainstream market
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Tapping the Potential of Non-Resident Indians to Help the Rural Poor
Corporate cricket in India has never been of a particularly high standard. At the bottom end of the leagues, companies form makeshift teams from their
Organized retail confronts the challenges of local markets
From the Bowery to the Taj, falling dollar loses its clout as king of currencies
InfoUSA has pulled a Super Bowl ad criticized as being racist.In the ad, animated Panda bears with Chinese accents save their business, Ling Ling's Bamboo
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation is suing Intel for infringing on its patent in the development of its Intel Duo Core chip. A lawsuit filed
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. plans to assemble and sell light pickup trucks in the United States by 2010.Pawan Goenka, president of the company's auto services,
The survey measures compensations in five job categories
India's software service and outsourcing industries are expected to grow 33 percent in 2008
In recent weeks, several large equity offerings, including those from reputable business houses, have struggled to hit their targets. India's stock markets have been volatile,
How will Indian IT and BPO firms cope with a global slowdown?
For many Indian Americans pursuing their "dream" career is either not practical, or not something they would love full-time. Instead, they pursue their passion part time or as a hobby. One job provides financial security, the other fulfills a passion.
Some of the distorted cultural norms that took hold during the earlier period are slowly being repaired by the sheer forces of competition.
A new study explores the Indian corporate leadership model.
It's been the strongest appreciation of the rupee in over 30 years
American studios test the business opportunities in financing Indian films.