Highlights of Business Today 18th November 2018, issue:
The latest issue of Business Today carries a cover story on Tough Times Ahead.
The market cap of BT 500 companies rose 23.4 per cent during 2017/18, but things could get difficult going ahead. To know more read Tough Times Ahead.
As the wave of #MeToo transcends over India Inc., companies will have to get their act together to provide a safe and secure work environment to all employees. Find out more at The Devil In The Room.
Strategies such as localisation as well as premiumisation and an entrepreneurial work culture have enabled HUL become the fifth most valuable company in BT 500. To know more read On A Winning Streak.
At 10 trillion frames per second, this new camera seemingly freezes time as you watch a dynamic phenomenon in super slow motion. Find out more at When Time Freezes.
The jump in the direct taxes-to-GDP ratio may have taken place because the stock market was doing well, people were trading more and paying higher STCG taxes. Read more at Don't Jump The Gun.
While American biggies Amazon and Walmart fight for their pound of flesh in India, Indian retailers have quietly stolen the show. To know more read The Big Gainers.
All this and much more in the November 18, 2018 issue of Business Today. So buy now!
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