For years, companies in America were considered models of success for the rest of the world to follow. But with the economic turmoil the country has faced and the lackluster performance that has followed, some academics are suggesting US companies look east for insight. They point to India where some of the best companies have not only survived the recession but have also flourished in unpredictable political and regulatory environments. Four Wharton School of Business professors interviewed CEOs of the top 100 public companies in India for their book called The India Way and say US companies can learn some valuable lessons from them. Watch the video story for more.