Businessworld

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Businessworld
Logo-of-Business-World-Magazine.jpg
Chief Editor Prosenjit Datta
Frequency Weekly
Country  India
Language English
Website businessworld.in

Businessworld is an Indian business magazine published by Ananda Publishers, whose most prominent publication is The Telegraph, Businessworld offices are located in New Delhi

Businessworld is one of the oldest as well as most respected business publications in the country. It was born in 1981, and over the past three decades, it has become known for its rigorously reported and deeply analysed reports and articles on the economy, banking, finance, industries, corporate houses and entrepreneurs. It has become an essential decision making tool for leaders both in the government as well as in corporate houses.

Businessworld is part of the ABP Group, one of India's largest media groups and the brand leader in eastern India. ABP also publishes Anandabazar Patrika, a widely popular Bengali daily, and The Telegraph, the largest read English daily in the eastern region. The ABP group also has three leading news channels ― ABP News, ABP Ananda and ABP Majha.

On September 19,2013 ABP Group owners Ananda Publishers has sold Businessworld to Anurag Batra, owner of media group exchange4media, and Vikram Jhunjhunwala, who runs investment banking and asset management firm Shrine Capital for an undisclosed amount.[1]

The biggest strength of Businessworld has been its ability to spot trends early and focus on the opportunities ― and sometimes threats ― it throws up for the Indian economy as well as the corporate sector.

References[edit]

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  • "About Us" at the official Businessworld website.