Business Today

Business Today

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BUSINESS TODAY, is the largest-circulated business fortnightly in India. It is the best report of the business topography of the newly liberalised India. As the wave of change sweeps business, economy and society like never before, BUSINESS TODAY has ensured that its readers have all the necessary upgrades to challenge tomorrow. It takes its readers deeper to give a complete understanding of the world of business.

Ever since its inception in 1992, it has set one benchmark after another in business reporting. It was the first to do serious reporting on management theories. And then again, it is the first to bring a whole new genre of business journalism more upclose and more incisive. Today, BUSINESS TODAY commands the highest circulation and readership among all business magazines in India.

Also published along with the main magazine is a supplement called BT More which concentrates on high-end products.

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April 13, 2014: Highlights of Business Today April 13, 2014: Every year Business Today celebrates start-ups with a special issue on it. This year as well the magazine has worked upon a cover feature that lists 16 start-ups that vary both in the spaces they operate in and the business models they leverage for most value.

March 2, 2014:Highlights of Business Today March 2, 2014: India benefits as China begins to lose its competitive edge in manufacturing. More and more companies are shifting production to India. The cover story in 'The Times They Are A-Changin' in the latest edition throws more light on this shift. The special package also has a feature 'Dragon on the rampage' that highlights how Chinese imports have hit Indian small manufacturers hard. Many are shutting their factories and turning traders. Experts expect the stock market to take off later this year. Read the story 'Fasten Your Seatbelt' to find out the reasons behind this hope. Travel major Thomas Cook India has changed hands three times in less than 10 years. Its latest promoter is transforming it completely. Read the feature 'Travelling a New Road' to know more on this. There are many more interesting reads in this issue: how music brought 9X Media back from the brink of bankruptcy; how silk industry that was on the back foot at the turn of the century as imports from China surged is fighting back; the reasons why Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Jio is bidding aggressively for 2G spectrum and more. For all this and more, subscribe to the latest edition of Business Today.

February 16, 2014: Highlights of Business Today February 16, 2014: Having burned its fingers in China, Amazon is carrying a torch for India. The cover story in this edition gets into the details to track the story of Amazon's entry into India. The cover package also takes a good look at how Flipkart, India's top online retailer by revenues, is ready for the any challenge from Amazon. With the government hard put to meet its fiscal deficit target, disinvestment has now become imperative. Read more on this in the perspective 'Last-minute Hurry'. The story 'Mutual Dislike' analyses why investors are shunning mutual funds. The story 'Little Big Company' features five Bangalore techies who sold their company, Little Eye Labs, to Facebook. The commercial vehicles sector is facing its worst-ever recession. Even the stimulus it is banking on may not work. Read more on this in the story 'Stuck'. For all this and many more interesting stories, subscribe to the latest edition of Business Today.

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  • (61 stars)

    by Mohammed Rabidheen on 04/02/2014

    Nice. But the speed should be increased

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    by Ambarish Das on 31/01/2014

    The app is strange. Even after buying an issue you will have to load the pages everytime you want to read it. And it will take you ages to load them. I have 4G , wifi from broadband and tried it all. You are bound to get frustrated at having to load each

  • (61 stars)

    by A Google User on 28/11/2012

    It's just selling subscription