turnaround

April 2017
December 2016
Times have changed

Times have changed

In the two decades since its formation in 1984, Titan had a dream run, not only becoming the market leader in India but also securing a place among the world’s top five watchmakers. But with big global names fast encroaching on its home turf and the very idea of a watch mutating, the company now has to catch up.

Do not disrupt: The Oberoi fights back

Do not disrupt: The Oberoi fights back

At 87, P.R.S. ‘Biki’ Oberoi faces the most challenging period in his career. One threat comes from a familiar foe: big hotel chains, and the other from an upstart: technology. The hotelier’s response: He was to close one of his most profitable properties for two years to renovate. Will his bold move pay off?

September 2016
Indian pharma’s maverick thinker

Indian pharma’s maverick thinker

Arun Kumar has led Strides Shasun into the Fortune India 500, off it, and into the next 500. He claims to not have a strategy, and that puzzles investors. He’s been buying and selling bits of the company, but finally seems to be in consolidation mode.

July 2016
June 2016
January 2016
April 2015
Making the Taj shine again

Making the Taj shine again

The Taj’s new boss is shaking up the corporate structure, focussing on crossover markets, and empowering people across the board to get the venerable hotel chain back into shape.

December 2014