The Times Group, India’s largest media company has financial interest in not one but hundreds of businesses across the country. 570 is just what we counted. Of course, the Group doesn’t see anything wrong with it. Meanwhile, believers of the church-and-state separation can go cry a river
Nikita Takkar, Ashish K. Mishra
In 2010, post the economic meltdown, BCCL’s Private Treaties got a makeover and was renamed Brand Capital
Brand Capital has its arms everywhere. From startups to real estate to health, financial services and education, just to name a few
Brand Capital has an equity stake in these companies. In quite a few real estate deals, the barter is for apartments in exchange for advertisements
BCCL’s media publications get to plan for advertisements better and the company in return gets assured coverage; without spending a dime, just a little bit of equity
Yesterday, in Part 1, we learnt about the scale and business performance of Bennett Coleman & Co (BCCL). The holding company, its subsidiaries and associates. Everything that makes the Times Group a Rs 10,000 crore media powerhouse. If you haven’t read it already, we suggest you do.
Today, let’s start with a puzzle. What’s commonly referred to as the ‘what’s common between’ puzzle. So, what’s common between the companies listed below? As you scroll, you will notice companies that you’ve read about, a lot or whose…
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