Inside the issue: May 2019


For this month's cover story, deputy editor Ashish Gupta met billionaire businessman Sajjan Jindal, who is busy giving the finishing touches to a mega strategy which will see his company JSW Steel’s capacity grow to 45 million tonnes per annum by 2030. And he is going to spend a hefty ₹65,000 on it.

We also look at Punjab National Bank, a year after it was hit by the biggest banking scandal in the country’s history. Deputy Editor T. Surendar met the new PNB chief Sunil Mehta to understand how he is steering the bank towards financial stability. However, the troubles for the state-owned lender aren’t over yet.

Apart from these, associate editor Abhik Sen and Ashish Gupta also wrote about Shenzen-based smartphone maker OnePlus and how it has edged out bigger rivals to claim the top spot in India’s premium smartphone market and is looking to use this experience overseas.

Ashish Gupta and principal correspondent Prerna Lidhoo give us a sneak peek into the power-packed May issue. It's on stands, and on Amazon:

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