Brand Custodian of Tata Sons, Harish Bhat, took to social media to share snippets of her life, as a tribute to Lady Navajbai Tata.
Even as Covid 19, Monkeypox, Tomato Flu, dominate our consciousness, there is a silent epidemic that is sweeping the world. It is loneliness. Loneliness got some media coverage recently when the iconic Ratan Tata announced...
A public statement by Tata would have set an example, and provided the template for the rest of Corporate India.
When Cyrus Mistry was announced as the chosen successor to Ratan Tata to lead the Tata Group, after prolonged speculation over the beneficiary of that inevitable leadership change, the Economic Times ran a headline that...
Former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry was on Sunday killed in a road accident after his Mercedes car hit a divider in Maharashtra's Palghar district neighbouring Mumbai, news agency PTI said quoting a police official. Cyrus Mistry was the younger son of late Pallonji Mistry -- owner of the Shapoorji Pallonji group and the biggest stakeholder in the Tata group. Mr Mistry replaced Ratan Tata as executive chairman after he stepped down on turning 75 in 2012. Mr Mistry had joined the Tata group in 2006 as a director, and had held non-executive positions on boards of several other Tata companies earlier. Mr Mistry, the second person from outside the Tata family to head the group in the last 142 years of its existence, could retain his post for just four years.
Cyrus Mistry, who succeeded Ratan Tata as chairman of Tata Sons but was later ousted in India's most high-profile boardroom coup, was killed in a car accident in Maharashtra's Palghar on Sunday, said police. He was 54. Mr Mistry was travelling from Ahmedabad to Mumbai in a Mercedes car, it added. Pictures from the accident site showed the mangled remains of the silver Mercedes car. The accident happened when the car hit the road divider at Charoti area of Palghar, 135 km from Mumbai.
Ratan Tata, the octogenarian industrialist who steered the $128 billion Tata Group for decades, has backed a startup that connects senior citizens with young graduates for meaningful friendships.
Ratan Tata, the octogenarian industrialist who steered the $128 billion Tata Group for decades, has backed a startup that connects senior citizens with young graduates for meaningful friendships. He met with the Goodfellows team and their founder Shantanu Naidu. I think people that have seen a major part of their life unfurl before them need and enjoy companionship without any expectations, which is not transactional but involves fondness for companionship, giving one's time and effort to make another person's happiness more secure. I would like to salute Shantanu and all of you who are a part of this initiative, Mr Tata said.
Ratan Tata was the last person to chair both the companies, Tata Sons and Tata Trusts, after JRD Tata. He is deliberating on the issue to ensure that the interests of both companies are protected
Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde meets Industrialist Ratan Tata