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Rao govt invited J.R.D. Tata to start airline, but backed out: Ratan Tata

Rao govt invited J.R.D. Tata to start airline, but backed out:...

Jan. 29--NEW DELHI -- Tata Sons Ltd's chairman emeritus Ratan Tata has disclosed that the Congress government of then prime minister P.V. Narasimha Rao invited the group in the 1990s to start an airline and then backed out of its commitment -- his ... BusinessWeek, 1 day ago

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SINGAPORE AIRLINES : Vistara, sia tie up to launch frequent flyer scheme

Singapore Airlines and Vistara, a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines , have entered into a tie-up to launch a frequent flyer scheme. From Mar 2015 , members of the frequent flyer clubs of Singapore Airlines and Vistara ...
 4 Traders20 hours ago Tata-Singapore Airlines dream a reality  Travel Weekly Asia2 weeks ago Tata SIA's 2015 Gift to Indian Flyers, Vistara to Take to Skies on 9 Jan  International Business Times India3 weeks ago On day one, Vistara flies high on personalised service  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Tata needs Rs 11k cr for auto, telecom stakes

Tata Sons, holding company of the $100-billion Tata Group, will need up to Rs 11,000 crore to retain its stake in Tata Motors, buy back NTT Docomo's stake in the loss-making Tata Teleservices and pay off the telecom company's loans. This excludes ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago

Why the Tatas need a whopping Rs 11,000 crore

Tatas may look at selling part of its stake in couple of investments Image:Tata Sons will have no problem raising additional funds through several avenues, should the need arise. Photograph, courtesy: Cyrus Mistry/Facebook. Tata Sons, the holding company of the $100-billion Tata group, would require a massive dose of funds of upto Rs 11,000 crore (Rs 110 billion) to retain its stake in Tata Motors, buyback Docomo’s stake in the loss-making Tata Teleservices and to pay off the telecom ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Tata Sons ties up with Bombay Heritage Walks for weekend walking tours for its employees

The business group takes staff back in history by organising Bombay Heritage Walks every week in an effort to reacquaint them with the company's storied links to the city. How many Tata Group employees would know that George Wittet, the Scottish architect who ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Tata Sons ties with Bombay Heritage Walks for weekend walking tours for its employees  Economic Times3 days ago

Vistara to start flights to south, north-east India

Vistara, which operates three aircraft, will expand to six by April. Tata Sons's start-up airline Vistara will start flights to south and north-east India over the next few weeks as part of the airline's second phase of expansion. Vistara, ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Airline lobby group opposes move to ease rules for flying overseas  Economic Times4 days ago Some lawmakers oppose start-up airlines foreign flight  Livemint.com2 weeks ago

The Tata brand is now a commodity

A brand is now a commodity. At least that's the essence of a Bombay High Court ruling in the case of Tata Sons. The court has upheld the Tax Department's decision to collect sales tax from the Tatas for the royalty it charges from Group ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago
Business Standard

Tata Sons raises Rs 300 cr in bond

onds at respective coupon of 8.6% and 8.5%. The parent that holds significant stake in all group firms earns primarily through dividend. Tata Sons is also the primary investment vehicle for new ventures of the group. As it promotes the new airline Vistara and ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
The Telegraph

Tata Sons readies funds to buyout NTT Docomo stake in TTSL

The company will finance the buyout via pledging shares and internal accruals worth Rs 2500 crore.
 Money Control2 weeks ago DoCoMo drags Tatas to court  The Telegraph3 weeks ago NTT DOCOMO files international arbitration case against Tata Sons over its stake in TTSL weeks ago NTT Docomo files Intl arbitration charges over Tata Tele’s stake sale  Medianama3 weeks ago

Tata to invest in countries with lower growth rates but potential returns

Madhu Kannan, member of the group executive council at Tata Sons, said the group's largest revenue and employee base is in the US, the UK, China and Netherlands, and it will continue to be committed to these markets. Photo: Mint Mumbai: The ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago
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