A combination of strategy, luck, and government support helped Ajay Singh turn SpiceJet around. But is the budget carrier heading for another financial storm?
Ripe for the picking
A century after apples were introduced in Himachal Pradesh, the state is the country’s second-largest producer of the fruit.
Adani Group is a part of four other solar panel manufacturers who sought protection against Chinese and Malaysian imports.
TCS’s digital bet starts to show results
TCS’s weak performance in the U.S. and drop in revenue from the banking and financial space are causes for concern. But its bet on digital business appears to be paying off.
Skybridge to local cultures
Grand artworks and emphasis on design have helped private-operated airports in Mumbai and Delhi stand apart—and even change the perception of India’s infrastructure to an extent. Inspired, the Airports Authority of India is seeking to give government-run airports even in tier II cities a makeover.
Achieving a fine balance
Jean-Claude Biver has given TAG Heuer a tech edge without compromising its legacy line of watches
Boards in crisis
Can the fragile balance between promoters, boards, and management survive in the face of culture clashes and rampant ego?