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Monday, August 26, 2002
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Time to rework regulatory mechanism
From Harshad Mehta to Ketan Parekh and further down to Madhavpura Mercantile Co-operative Bank, it is a familiar story of a few corporate heads indulging in creative accounting with the sole object of enriching themselves, says T. C. A. Ra manujam
e-Procurement services: The next big wave
A MANUFACTURING company incurs a COGS (cost-of-goods-sold) of 60 per cent while the profit margin is 10 per cent. If the procurement costs are cut, the firm can see as much as a 30 per cent direct impact on the bottomline. Electronic ...
ICAI abdicates its responsibilities?
There is a growing apprehension among shareholders, financial institutions and banks, government, industry and the public at large that all is not well with the profession of auditing.
M & M versus Telco
THE RECENT launch of the Mahindra Scorpio and the imminent launch of the Tata Indiva sedan, which is based on the Indica hatchback, warrant examination of the economics of the two operations. The Indica has had a successful reincarnation in ...
THOUGH MOST established magazines and newspapers have on-line versions, readers generally prefer the print version because of the inability of the electronic version to replicate the `real' reading experience. But this may become a thing of the ...
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