Wind Of Change
Sticking to our motto of helping you ‘Think Beyond. Stay Ahead’, in the coming issues, we will bring you dispatches from this altered, and perhaps improved world
Suchetana Ray - August 31, 2021
'The mind is far more open to contrary ideas when you are not doing well'
At Outlook Business’ Investment Summit, Prashant Jain, CIO and executive director at HDFC Mutual Fund shares why he remains confident about his contrarian view
July 26, 2021
“Breakthrough results don’t come with chasing solutions, but by reframing the problem”
In an interview with Outlook Business editor N Mahalakshmi, Kristen Cox, a change instructor at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business, talks about defining the problem right without getting sidetracked by the ‘Seductive Seven’
July 06, 2021
OUTLOOK BUSINESS-VALUE RESEARCH FUND MANAGERS RANKING
Your definitive guide to India's Best Fund Managers
March 02, 2021
"Banks and NBFCs are approaching us to take over real estate projects and are willing to take 40-50% haircut"
An exclusive roundtable with India's leading private wealth advisors at Outlook Business Upper Crest
N Mahalakshmi - November 13, 2020
India’s best workplaces for women 2020
Outlook Business and Great Place to Work® bring you the third annual listing of India’s Best Workplaces For Women*. Read on to know what these admirable companies are doing right
November 02, 2020
"RATING AGENCIES HAVE NO LEGAL LIABILITY, BUT THIS DOWNGRADE CAN ACT AS A WARNING"
In an interview with Outlook Business, CII president and Kotak Mahindra Bank MD Uday Kotak discusses the need of the hour
N Mahalakshmi - June 09, 2020
As the market falls in these uncertain times, could this be the best time to cherry-pick?
Keeping with tradition, Outlook Business brings you 10 experts who present their best ideas
N Mahalakshmi - April 07, 2020
India's Best Fund Managers
The Outlook Business-Value Research annual ranking of fund managers
February 25, 2020
Across sectors, ‘value’ seems to be taking a backseat, and ‘paying up for quality’ seems to be the mantra
N Mahalakshmi - February 17, 2020