25 Nov 2013 | Lalit Kumar
The only piece now left ambiguous is from FEMA’s perspective with respect to such options with non-resident shareholders.
19 Nov 2013 | Aswath Damodaran
In an earlier post, I noted the divergence between investors, who trade based on value, and traders, who make judgments about price movements, and how they often talk past each other.
11 Nov 2013 | Sidharrth Shankar
Who should ultimately bear VAT—builders or buyers of apartments—is yet to be clearly ascertained.
29 Oct 2013 | Zoe Kinias
It’s a practice rooted in Hinduism and adopted by beatniks seeking spiritual guidance. Now evidence shows meditation can improve business decisions and save your company from expensive investment mistakes.
18 Oct 2013 | Ian Potter
The interest surrounding impact investing has not yet translated into a substantial increase in the amount of capital deployed. But that may be changing.
11 Oct 2013 | Manfred Kets de Vries
The desire to help is not always driven by purely altruistic motives. Some people are motivated less by the desire to benefit others and contribute to the common good and more by a deeper emotional need within themselves.
30 Sep 2013 | Suresh V Swamy
The notification provides the much-needed guidance to FIIs and investors trading in P-notes.
20 Sep 2013 | Sarah Wachter
Whatever you expected when you entered the degree programme, it all looks different ten years hence. An INSEAD case study draws lessons on career success and personal fulfillment from the lives and work of the MBA class of 2002.
11 Sep 2013 | David Dubois
In a fast-paced, rapidly evolving business environment, a networked, collaborative structure can give an organisation a competitive edge.
05 Sep 2013 | Aswath Damodaran
The ingredients that make a young, money-losing company into a valuable, mature company are no secret: small revenues have to become big revenues, operating losses have to turn to profits, there has to be enough reinvestment (but not too much) to make these changes and the risk has to subside.