Usha Martin: Family Drama, Bankruptcy and Revival
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Usha Martin: Family Drama, Bankruptcy and Revival

Corporate stories have enough drama to offer, especially if a company goes bankrupt. But who doesn't like twists? In this blog, we are sharing a story which not only involves bankruptcy but a turn-around as well! And yes, it involves enough family drama. So, read on and have fun while getting informed.

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Amtek Auto: Will it see the light of the day?
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Amtek Auto: Will it see the light of the day?

They say 'fortune can turn the tables and break mountains.' Amtek Auto was a company which was favoured by fortune for quite a long time. With success, hard work and luck, it created the perfect recipe for mind-blowing returns for any investor. But the winds of fortune did not favour them for too long. It soon started to rain, bringing in floods of misfortune. The founder himself and acts of the company at large can be deemed responsible for many such mishappenings. 

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Alok industries and the Story of its Revival
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Alok industries and the Story of its Revival

Caution is the eldest child of wisdom. When a lion approaches, you would definitely stay cautious. But a lot of companies have failed in keeping up with this situation. Instead, they tried to control the lion themselves, only to see their plan ending badly. 

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Understanding the Rise, Fall and Revival of Bhushan Power and Steel
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Understanding the Rise, Fall and Revival of Bhushan Power and Steel

Bhushan Power and Steel Limited which was once a leader in the Indian steel sector is now in the headlines again. You might have witnessed a company going from nothing to reaching the top of the pyramid. And then, there are others which were once a shining-star and became a fallen star later.

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Essar Steel and its Revival from the Brink of Bankruptcy
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Essar Steel and its Revival from the Brink of Bankruptcy

While 2020 will be remembered for COVID-19, 2016 will be remembered for something that was very significant in the corporate world. An event which will go down in the history of corporate business. An event which will be a watershed moment in Indian history and has modified the way things work. It's the year where the IBC or the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code was put into place. 

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Bhushan Steel and its Historical Emergence out of the Indian Debt Trap
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Bhushan Steel and its Historical Emergence out of the Indian Debt Trap

The banks operating in India probably need an elaborated class on history. What do you say? Because the number of defaults and bad recovery records don't seem to be enough to teach them to 'act cautiously'. 

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Ruchi Soya: Story of the Rise of a Fallen Soldier
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Ruchi Soya: Story of the Rise of a Fallen Soldier

"You either get it all or go home empty-handed. " While everyone expected this year to be another joyous ride, it didn't turn out to be so. The world was soaked with unfortunate events right from the beginning. And the stock market has been no exception.  

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Master Class 17: What is the Intrinsic Value of Share and how to calculate it?
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Master Class 17: What is the Intrinsic Value of Share and how to calculate it?

A grand beach view apartment is yours, and you wish to show it to your friends and relatives. From the many opinions and thoughts, one comment you would receive will be, "I think you paid more than its actual price." From vegetables to big capital assets, we expect to get everything at a fair price. Sometimes lesser than the fair price. And the share market is not free from such expectations. 

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Master Class 14: How to Analyze Company
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Master Class 14: How to Analyze Company's Profit and Loss Statement

Most of us, knowingly or unknowingly, would have developed an unspoken animosity towards anything that has to with math or numbers. Whenever the thought of investing crosses our minds, we are stopped by this fear of numbers and calculations. Even the fundamental analysis done for investment purposes uses certain calculations. So it is high time you stop running from formulas and numbers and start understanding them. In fact, they are not as difficult as they look. 

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Master Class 12: Understanding Quick Ratio & Interest Coverage Ratio
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Master Class 12: Understanding Quick Ratio & Interest Coverage Ratio

Identification of companies with good investment opportunities is something that every investor should know how to do. Similarly, it is equally important to identify companies that do not have good stocks, companies that might be on the verge of bankruptcy, or companies that are unable to bear their own financial burden. The stocks of such companies are doomed to fail, and thus, investment here can prove to be a very bad decision and can lead to the loss of the investor's valuable money.

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Master Class 8: 7 Things to look for in an Annual Report
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Master Class 8: 7 Things to look for in an Annual Report

We all love James Bond. When it comes to the market, we wish we would be one because understanding the company is no child's play. But if we said that there is an easy way for it, would you believe it? A way that does require you to go for missions or kill a bunch of people for it. Yes, you can find it all by reading the annual reports of the company. From strengths to weaknesses, the financial statement has it all. But the trickiest part is how you read it. Are you ready to find out? Then read further.

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What is going on with Motherson Sumi?
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What is going on with Motherson Sumi?

Problems aren’t just problems, instead, they are just a bunch of new opportunities. There is yet another guy who is a living testimony to this. Vivek Chand Sehgal saw an opportunity in every problem and dared to follow it. Now his business empire stands tall in the corporate sector churning an annual profit of nearly 14,000 Crore. Motherson Company started its operation in 1975. Its major business was to manufacture automotive cables which are used in cars. Now, the Motherson Company produces various automotive parts such as car mirrors, metal components for cars and other spare parts used in the manufacture of automobiles. It branched out to more than 25 countries and works in close association with major car companies like BMW, Volkswagen, Maruti Suzuki and so on. 

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Difference between Accounting Profit and Economic Profit?
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Difference between Accounting Profit and Economic Profit?

The word “PROFIT” is a part of our daily lives but have you ever thought that the profit we talk about is in terms of accounting or economics?

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How companies decide whether to Buy or make a product?
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How companies decide whether to Buy or make a product?

Decisions to make or buy arise in business when a company must decide whether to produce goods internally or to buy goods externally. This is usually a problem when a company can manufacture material inputs needed for its production operations that are also available for purchase on the market. For example, a computer company may need to decide whether to manufacture circuit boards in-house or purchase them from a supplier.

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Domino's Pizza partners with ITC to deliver necessary items

An Essential Partnership!! With respect to the current situation of our country’s common favorite food chain, Domino's Pizza has partnered with ITC Ltd to deliver essential items, such as wheat flour (atta) and spices, to customers amid a national 21-day block imposed to curb the spread of COVID-19. Customers who wish to take advantage of the service need to use the "Domino's Essentials" section in the Domino app to order the ITC Aashirvaad brand of atta and spices and other relevant goods. These will be provided by Domino, leveraging its pizza delivery network to ease yourself from the problem of food in this time of crisis.

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Walmart strategy- Everyday Low Pricing Model
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Walmart strategy- Everyday Low Pricing Model

We see a lot of supermarket chains around us. Big Bazaar, D-Mart, V-Mart are some names that have gone huge and later released their IPO. Supermarket chains have expanded from metro cities to now smaller towns. One thing that unequivocally attracts people to the Supermarkets stores is their low pricing. They buy and sell in huge volumes and thus can generate economies of scale that normal Kirana Stores cannot. This piece talks about how Wal-Mart’s famous revenue model works and has the retail sector been able to generate benefits for consumers through this model.

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The Business Model of DMart
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The Business Model of DMart

Over the decades, we have come across different kinds of businesses. Every industrial revolution has given us new economics of doing business like the manufacturing sector, the Internet boom, and many more. With this evolution of business models from time to time, we have come across some broad B2B (Business to Business) and B2C (Business to Customer) business models.

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What makes Bajaj Finance preferable for Investors?
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What makes Bajaj Finance preferable for Investors?

Bajaj Finance in the year 2019 became a hit among investors. In October, it was reported that investors had priced Bajaj Finance more than India's largest lender i.e., the State Bank of India (SBI) with a balance sheet 14 times the size of Bajaj Finance's book.

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