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We are not averse to investing in Bengal: Mistry
Business Line

Tata looking for investment opportunity in Bengal, says Mistry

Tata Sons' Chairman Cyrus P. Mistry on Wednesday said the Tata Group is looking for investment opportunity in West Bengal."We look for the opportunity to invest in Bengal. When the opportunity does come, we look at that actively," Mistry said.Asked about the ... Prokerala, 13 hours ago
We are not averse to investing in Bengal: Mistry Business Line, 15 hours ago

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Tata Sons seeks time to reply to UK court order

The move comes after Tata Sons' brass including chairman Cyrus Mistry and chairman emeritus Ratan Tata met NTT Docomo officials
 Business Standard5 days ago Tata Steel board puts sale of UK business on hold  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago British Business Secretary meets Tata Steel top brass  Yahoo! India1 month ago
Business Standard India

Tata Sons Invests Rs.3000 Crore into Tata Teleservices

Tata Sons, holding company of the Tata group of companies, will invest another '3000 crore into unlisted subsidiary Tata Teleservices Ltd. via the compulsory convertible preference shares (CCPS) route. The board of Tata Teleservices, led by Chairman ...
 Communications Today1 week ago Tata Sons to pump Rs 3k cr into Tata Teleservices  Smart Investor1 month ago Tata Sons to invest another Rs 3,000 cr into Tata Teleservices  Smart Investor1 month ago

Brick-and-mortar business houses hiring more differently-abled people

Tata Sons has more than 4,000 employees who are differently-abled. Their needs are different and the group that employs more than 6.6 lakh people across its 100-plus companies wants to ensure that they are looked after well, even as it aims to ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Docomo maligning us, will protect our reputation: Tatas

NEW DELHI: Tata Sons has told the Delhi High Court that it is being maligned by NTT Docomo, which has issued a number of statements in recent days, said a person familiar with the case. A Tata spokesperson said the group would do everything to ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago India bound to enforce $1.17 bln arbitral award in Tata dispute: Docomo  Economic Times3 weeks ago Legal wrap: SC says defamation can't be used as a political weapon  Livemint.com3 weeks ago Tata to deposit $1.17 bln DoCoMo arbitration award with Delhi court (July 28)  Sharenet3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Tata vs Docomo: A match made in heaven takes an ugly turn

The fight between Tata Sons and Japanese major NTT Docomo has reached a point where both the estranged parties have stooped to media posturing and mud slinging in public.
 Money Control2 weeks ago India bound to enforce UK tribunal's decision on Tata: DoCoMo  Economic Times3 weeks ago DoCoMo's ups the ante against Tata Sons  Business Standard India3 weeks ago India Said Planning to Block Tata Sons Payment to NTT Docomo  Bloomberg3 weeks ago
Business Line

Cyrus Mistry urges executives at Tata Sons to be bold and agile

MUMBAI: Cyrus Mistry told Tata Sons' top brass to be "bold and agile, courageously" take on challenges, as the group chairman discussed leadership qualities needed to take the conglomerate to its target of becoming one of top 25 business houses ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Group CEOs told to dig deeper into Tata values as revenues slow down  Business Line3 weeks ago Tata chief thrust on leadership  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Mistry outlines enabler for Tata's Vision 2025  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
Rush Lane

Tata Sons will not allow DoCoMo to seize Jaguar Land Rover stake

In a dispute over unpaid dues, Japans mobile phone operator NTT DoCoMo has filed a court order on Tata Sons. While the order includes a $1.17 billion (INR 7,838 crores) arbitration award, the London Court has however allowed Tata Sons to appeal ...
 Rush Lane3 weeks ago India govt may block Tata arbitration payment to Docomo  Livemint.com3 weeks ago Japan's NTT DoCoMo moves London Court against Tata Sons' assets in UK  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Shadow of DoCoMo tiff on Tata UK assets  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago
The Telegraph

Docomo says Indian government must make Tata pay $1.2B compensation

Japan's NTT Docomo said it is the Indian government's responsibility to ensure Tata Sons pays $1.17 billion in compensation it has been awarded by an international arbitration court. The London Court of Arbitration (LCIA) ordered India's Tata Sons ...
 Mobile Money Live3 weeks ago DoCoMo fires fresh salvo  The Telegraph3 weeks ago NTT DoCoMo serves notice to Tatas for recovery of $1 b  Business Line4 weeks ago TATA TO PAY DOCOMO $1.17 BN  HT Syndication4 weeks ago
Money Today

Docomo can't seize our assets in Britain: Tata Sons

Tata Sons on Thursday denied strongly the speculation that its assets in Britain could be seized following the London arbitration award against the group in the Tata Tele-Docomo case last month. The company also said that though it has time till August 2, it ...
 Money Today3 weeks ago Tata Sons denies that Docomo can seize its assets in Britain  First Post.com3 weeks ago Tata rejects Docomo threat  Asian Age3 weeks ago Tata Sons says Docomo cannot seize its British assets  Times of India3 weeks ago
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