In today’s world of cutthroat competition,corporate growth is an ambiguous phenomena and it can be measured and interpreted in a variety of different ways. Corporate growth reflects the degree of success achieved in terms of stated objectives and as the objectives differ widely so does the concept of growth. As per U.S. Department of Commerce,growth provides a summary measure of corporate success or failure and thus serves as an essential indicator of economic performance. The present book is intended to uncover some of the important aspects of corporate growth of the selected companies in India i.e. the extent of corporate growth,the relationship between Gibrat's Law and growth,the determinants of corporate growth and the inter-temporal variations in the determinants of corporate growth.It has implications for investors,fund managers,firm's strategists,regulatory bodies like Planning Commission of India,The Securities and Exchange Board of India,academicians and researchers.