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Editor's Pick There is something Cyrus Mistry has done at the Tatas, long before he became chairman of the group, which is rare among Tata honchos. He was involved in building Tata factories around the country. Old hands at Tata Motors recall Mistry
In the biggest structural change since taking over as chairman of Tata Sons, Cyrus Mistry has dismantled the two decision-making bodies set up a decade ago by predecessor Ratan Tata and replaced them with a new 'Group Executive Council'. The council,
M alaysia's AirAsia Bhd, Asia's biggest budget carrier, said on Wednesday it is seeking approval to establish a joint venture involving unlisted Indian firms Tata Sons and Telestra Tradeplace Pvt. "We have carefully evaluated developments in India [
India is betting the house on private investment in infrastructure. Between 2012 and 2017, the government hopes that the private sector, through public-private partnerships or PPPs, will invest around $350-400 billion in infrastructure sectors such
Reclusive Indian-born Irish tycoon Pallonji Mistry , 82, officially bequeathed the chairman's role of the $2.5-billion Shapoorji Pallonji Group (SPG) to eldest son, Shapoor Mistry, 47, in early June...Shapoor will continue to be managing director,
M oreover, at 43, Mistry has age on his side and 25 long years ahead of him to chart out his own leadership course...His colleague on the Tata Sons board, R Gopalakrishnan, had also echoed a similar sentiment. "Just like Ratan Tata, Cyrus too will
I n April this year, R K Krishna Kumar, director at Tata Sons and one of the key members of the selection committee, had in an interview candidly admitted, "Our committee has come to the conclusion that we cannot find a replacement for Mr Tata!"
Tata Group holding company Tata Sons has sold part of its differential voting right , or DVR, holding in Tata Motors, the country's largest commercial vehicle manufacture, in the open market. It pruned its stake by over 2% after the share price rose
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is on an overdrive, boosting the financial flexibility' of parent Tata Sons. Indeed, Tata Sons, the main holding company for the 90-odd Tata group companies, continues to bank on the software firm to fund the group's
In a criminal complaint filed before the court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Mumbai [ Images ], Tata Sons has claimed that an article published by 'Outlook' in its March 28, 2011 edition and another in the April 4, 2011 edition made '