General Atlantic-backed IBS Software Services is looking at an initial public offering to give its principal PE investor an exit.


Lufthansa, the biggest airline in Europe, has sorted out its leadership crisis. There was a dispute over its former CEO

Flash points

Web was a new concept back in 1999 when Rich Barton, 45, decided to start up a new venture Expedia

Innovative state-of-the-art project

Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), a mega infra-structure project, has been placed as the second most-innovative project among the 100 most innovative projects as per the Global advisory firm KPMG.

The global Indian leader

Anand Mahindra, Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Mahindra group has been awarded with Global Leadership Award at the 37th anniversary leadership summit of the US India Business Council (USIBC).

The high performer

Indian Banks have performed well in the Stock Markets amidst slowdown

Business Leader of the year

Indian real estate mogul and the chairman and CEO of DLF Limited, Kushal Pal Singh Teotia a.k.a K.P. Singh has been conferred the "Indian Business Leader of the Year" by Horasis

$4.4 billion loss

The biggest bank in the US, JPMorgan Chase & Co has posted mammoth credit trading losses around $4.4 billion. The company has cited bad debts responsible for such a huge loss.

Social Media rigidity

A recent study conducted by has revealed that 70 per cent of Fortune 500 CEOs are not connected to any social network. Only 19 Fortune 500 CEOs have an account on Twitter.

Back burner

GM's upper management is becoming more impatient with the slow pace of change in Europe.

Yahoo! hacked

The very recent instances of Nvidia and Yahoo Mail being hacked resurface the question of information safety. Nvidia was attacked by hackers who extracted 400,000 encrypted passwords and user information.

The King of Good Times Hampered

The King of the Good Times and the largest airline by number of passengers, Kingfisher Airlines had a very tough time during last four months

Game of Moolah

We all know that cricket is religion in India but cricket is also equivalent to money. The recent bidding to bag broadcasting right of Indian cricket matches in India has proved that

Corporate governance lessons by Adi Godrej

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has set up a committee headed by Adi Godrej, Chairman of Godrej Group to design a framework for the highest quality of corporate governance in the country

Welcome aboard

Welcome aboard

McDonald’s CEO Retires

The top shot CEO of McDonald's, Jim Skinner, who brought about a tectonic shift in the fortune of his corporation by doubling its turnover

Man of the year

The last year was a very difficult one indeed for the business leaders per se as knee deep crisis of Eurozone watershed, occupy Wall Street

Facebook's billion dollar acquisition

The news of acquisition of an 18 month old photo-sharing service 'Instagram' by world’s largest social networking site Facebook has raised many eyebrows!

Will CFO become CEO?

As per the findings (in 2009) of Russell Reynolds, a recruiter who specializes in CFO placements, only 14%

Philanthropist of the year

Never respect men merely for their riches, but rather for their philanthropy; we do not value the sun for its height, but for its use

Beyond Biscuits

Since its incorporation in 1892, Britannia has been trying to put its brand appeal to greater use by foraying into dairy

Reliance Bank

Business tycoon Anil Ambani’s group's financial services arm Reliance Capital is planning to leave no stone unturned to enter the banking sector

End of a Great Innings

After a 30-years of illustrious innings, software tycoon Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy better known as N. R. Narayana Murthy has stepped down

What after Steve jobs?

On August 24, 2011 Steve Jobs, the 'Minister of Magic' at Apple Inc stepped down as CEO in a stunning move that ended his 14-year reign at the technology giant.