Bloomberg TV India's Mini Menon joins the key faculty of the world's most renowned business school - Harvard Business School - to discuss the concept of leadership across different kinds of companies, family owned, entrepreneur driven or state run on Lessons in Leadership with Harvard Business School.
April 20: Harsha Subramaniam discusses the leadership skills and importance of EQ in education with Peter Grauer, Chairman, Bloomberg LP, Shaheen Mistri, Founder and CEO, Teach for India and Ajit Rangnekar, Dean of ISB.
February 11: Mini Menon caught up with Gautam Singahania, the Chairman and MD of the Raymond Group, to get a sense of how things are evolving in the business and how he is keeping up with the change. Catch the conversation here.
January 8: Some of the oldest and the best known family owned businesses across the world, have one thing in common, they owe their success to visionary founders and pioneers in their time. But as they go through generations, what are the common challenges that they face? Mini Menon poses this question to John Davis, Sr. Lecturer at Harvard Business School. Watch what he had to say.
December 22: Family owned firms have dominated business globally, and they have survived through generations. But what are the challenges they face as the ownership passes from one generation to the other? Mini Menon poses this question to John Davis, Sr. Lecturer at Harvard Business School. Watch what he had to say.
December 8: The family-business model can be superior to the structure followed by listed companies. That's the word coming in from John Davis, Sr. Lecturer at Harvard Business School. Mini Menon in a conversation with Davis, asks him about the unique characteristics that define family owned businesses.
In India, it is often said that the government has not even looked at disinvestment for the last ten years and it has been a big miss. What are the reasons why divestment haven’t really gained momentum in India? Bloomberg TV India’s Mini Menon finds out answers to many such questions pertaining state –owned enterprises as she speaks with Professor Aldo Musachhio, Associate Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School on Lessons In Leadership.
What is the biggest hurdle that Indian entrepreneurs are facing? Bloomberg TV India’s Mini Menon speaks to Harvard Business School Professor Tarun Khanna to understand the challenges and opportunities that Indian entrepreneurs face in the rapidly evolving Indian economy.
ADANI TRANSMISSION Q3
Net Sales at Rs 1540 Cr Vs Rs 508 Cr, up 3x
Total Income at Rs 1,808 Cr vs Rs 734 Cr, 2.5x
EBITDA at Rs 1462 Cr Vs Rs 475 Cr, up 3x
EBITDA margins at Rs 95% vs 93.5%
PAT Rs 842 Cr vs Rs 99.3 Cr, up 8x
All results are Consol & comparable YoY
DCB BANK Q3 REVIEW
PAT at Rs 57 Cr vs 51 Cr up 11.8%
NII at Rs 250 Cr vs 209 Cr up 19.6%
Non-Interest Income at Rs 75 Cr vs 64 Cr, up 17.2%
Operating Profit at Rs 123 Cr vs 109 Cr, up 12.8%
Net Interest Margin at 4.12% vs 3.95% YoY
All results are comparable YoY
TATA SPONGE Q3 REVIEW
Net Sales up 36% at Rs 214.5 Cr Vs Rs 157.6 Cr
EBITDA up 3.1x at Rs 59.8 Cr Vs Rs 19.4 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 27.9% V 12.3%
Net Profit up 3.3x at Rs 36 Cr Vs Rs 11 Cr
Other Income up 36% at Rs 11.7 Cr Vs Rs 8.6 Cr
All figures are standalone and comparable YoY
THIRUMALAI CHEMICALS Q3 REVIEW
Net Sales up 6.9% at Rs 254.8 Cr Vs Rs 238.4 Cr
EBITDA up 80% at Rs 70.1 Cr Vs Rs 39 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 27.5% vs 16.4%
Net Profit up 2.3x at Rs 43.2 cr vs Rs 18.8 cr
All figures are comparable YoY
SREI INFRA Q3 REVIEW
AUM at Rs 44971 Cr Vs Rs 37505 Cr, Up 20%
Disbursements at Rs 5731 Cr Vs Rs 4812 Cr, Up 19%
Total Income at Rs 1411 Cr Vs Rs 1134 Cr, Up 24%
Calc NII at Rs 645 Cr Vs Rs 419 Cr, Up 54%
PAT at Rs 105 Cr Vs Rs 67 Cr, Up 56%
All results are comparable YoY