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Tatas put Bombay House in order

The group is clear it would do its best to retain the iconic Taj Mansingh in New Delhi, which is coming up for auction soon Dev Chatterjee | Mumbai Last Updated at October 21, 2017 02:21 IST The biggest restructuring in the history of corporate India could ... Business Standard, 1 day ago
Tatas ready to go all out on Taj Mansingh bid Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Tata Tele is second telco Bharti Airtel is getting virtually free this year

Bharti to pay only Rs 1,500-cr spectrum payout for Tata Tele; in its 149-year history, Tatas have never shut down any major unit; this merger deal is being seen as a face-saver for the group Kiran Rathee & Abhineet Kumar | New Delhi/Mumbai Last Updated at ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Bharti gets Tata Tele for nothing; Rs 1,500-cr spectrum payout only cost  Business Standard1 week ago
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How Tatas made the wrong calls in telecom

From a subscriber market share that climbed from just over 9% in Dec 2008 to 11.5% in Aug 2010, TTSL saw its share fall to 7.7% by Feb 2013. The Tatas' tryst with telecom has been mired in mis-steps, wrong technology choices and bets that boomeranged. To ...
 Afaqs1 week ago Tatas' tryst with telecom: A saga of missed calls, wrong technology choices  Business Standard1 week ago

Why joint ventures are so challenging in India

Most business groups in India, including Godrejs, Tatas and Mahindras, have seen patience tested in JVs, with some of them winding up quickly The past few weeks have seen several joint ventures between Indian and foreign companies come into the spotlight. While McDonald's and Indian entrepreneur Vikram Bakshi are fighting aggressively in courts, Tata Steel and German major ThyssenKrupp have come together to address the issue of overcapacity in Europe's steel market.   Anil Ambani-led ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago What makes joint ventures challenging in India  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Tatas back out, Brahmani heads for liquidation

Stemcor owns 73% in Aryan Mining via Stemcor Iron Ore Holdings which has 27% stake and a Cyprus co holding another 46%
 DNA6 days ago

N Chandrasekaran says Tatas keen on bidding for Air India, have discussed it with Singapore Airlines

Air India, founded in 1930s by the Tata Group, is saddled with debts and a bloated cost structure. The post N Chandrasekaran says Tatas keen on bidding for Air India, have discussed it with Singapore Airlines appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 week ago Tatas to look at Air India once data comes: N Chandrasekaran  Business Standard1 week ago
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Bharti Airtel acquires telecom business of Tatas

Bharti Airtel and Tata on Thursday announced that they have entered into an understanding to merge Consumer Mobile Businesses (CMB) of Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL) and Tata Teleservices Maharashtra Limited (TTML) into Bharti Airtel.
 Business Standard1 week ago Tatas’ jinx with telecom  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago Bharti Airtel acquires Tatas telecom business on cash-free basis  Nerve1 week ago Airtel acquires Tatas' telecom business for free  SME Times1 week ago

Tatas to merge telecom business with Bharti Airtel

Tata Teleservices will merge with Bharti Airtel as the Tata group firm looks to tide over its financial woes by exiting the mobile telephony business.The companies said the deal is on a no-debt, no-cash basis, implying Airtel is not taking over any of the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Must address group complexity to move ahead: N Chandrasekaran

October last year corporate India saw one of its most bitter corporate battles. It changes things for the House of Tatas and it changed things for the man who is now heading the House of Tatas, N Chandrasekaran.
 Money Control1 week ago

Will Tatas and Ambanis succeed where Birla failed?

As India’s online population crosses 450 million, e-commerce ventures are trying to grab a pie of online sales estimated to hit $48 billion by 2020. Illustration Uttam Ghosh/ Aditya Birla Group’s plans to shut down, second e-tail venture in less than a year, may not deter other bricks-and-mortar retailers that have ventured online with unique offerings. In the past two years, India’s top-three business houses, Tatas, Birlas and Ambanis, ventured into e-tail ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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