STRATEGY
Setting up PwC India as a cutting-edge technology company is the legacy chairman Deepak Kapoor wants to leave.

Times have changed

In the two decades since its formation in 1984, Titan had a dream run, not only becoming the market leader in India but also securing a place among the world’s top five watchmakers. But with big global names fast encroaching on its home turf and the very idea of a watch mutating, the company now has to catch up.

Mukesh Ambani's big balancing act

Reliance’s refining and petrochem businesses are on a roll, but Jio, its much-anticipated 4G mobile service, has been beset with doubts. Can Ambani secure it—and his own reputation as the torchbearer of his father’s legacy?

Move of the year: Digital wallets

You could call him a magician. Or you could call him a banker (of sorts). A music lover (“I love U2”). A startup whiz. Or just a successful entrepreneur who knows how to make people spend, and spend smart. Or, as most people do, call him Vijay Shekhar Sharma, founder of arguably the best-known digital wallet in the country, Paytm. We call him the face of the move of the year.

Chandra leans in

TCS’s boss has managed to push his 3 lakh-plus employees to think digital and reimagined the IT behemoth into a future-ready force.

Naik's successor

L&T’s legendary A.M. Naik finally confirms his successor in an exclusive to Fortune India. But he won’t have the luxury of an easy retirement.

Rebuilding Nestlé: No instant fix

Maggi was Nestlé India’s biggest crisis, but the company is not out of the woods now that the instant noodles are back. New chairman and managing director Suresh Narayanan’s task is to put the sheen back on brand Nestlé.

Why Adidas is cool again

Four years on from a traumatic corporate fraud, Dave Thomas has big plans for the iconic sportswear brand in India

Challenging Chandni Chowk

Tolexo’s founders want to make physical wholesale markets irrelevant. But they’ll have to fight biggies Amazon and Alibaba to keep buyers and sellers on their site.