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Book tracks Tata Group's journey to success, respect
Business Today India

Book tracks Tata Group's journey to success, respect

The values at the heart of the Tata Group as well as the role played in its development by the philanthropic trusts that own two-thirds of the company are explored in a new book that is a brief history of the Tatas. How did Tata transform itself ... Business Today India, 1 month ago
The Greatest Company in the World? The Freepress Journal, 3 weeks ago
Book explores philanthropy angle in Tata story Business Standard India, 1 month ago
Rediff.com

'Jiyo Parsi Jiyo,' India Inc needs you too!

While the Tata Group is India’s largest conglomerate, the Wadia Group is also one of the oldest corporate houses in India. It will be no exageration to say that Godrej is one of the most trusted brands in India. These corporates were started by Parsi entrepreneurs ages ago and even today their successors continue the legacy by running these business houses in the most ethical way, reports Shaheen Mansuri/Rediff.com.   Image: Ratan Tata, chairman Ameritus, Tata Sons took over the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

The greatest puff job in the world?

Peter Casey, founder and executive chairman of Claddagh Resources, came to know of the Tata group quite by chance. As the head of the global recruitment and executive search company, Mr Casey learnt from a director of one of his clients that he was ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Irish Independent

Cyrus Mistry and the mammy factor at the heart of Tata

Did you know that one of Ireland's richest men runs the biggest company in India and one of the most successful in the world? Did you know that one of Ireland's richest men runs the biggest company in India and one of the most successful in the ...
 Irish Independent1 month ago

Atlanta-based Irish business leader has huge book success in India (IrishCentral)

Dragon Peter Casey at the launch of his book "Tata: The World's Greatest Company." Atlanta-based Irish businessman Peter Casey has emerged as a big winner after a bidding war among 13 publishers in India for his first book "Tata: The World's ...
 Irish Central1 month ago

Nagrijuli villagers adopt novel irrigation method

Sanjoy Ray BAKSA, Nov 19 Some 120 kilometres from Guwahati on the Indo-Bangla border in Baksa district, a script of resurgence is being written! After remaining at the receiving end of Mother Nature for years, villagers of Nagrijuli have ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago Villagers dig deep for water  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Family businesses….. pros and cons

O n a recent trip to India, I stayed at a hotel that was founded by a unique gentleman. He's now passed away but his son runs the hotel and his grand daughters are fully integrated into the running of the business. This is quite a usual phenomenon ...
 Business Day Nigeria1 month ago Family businesses….. The pros and the cons  Business Day Nigeria1 month ago
Irish Independent

India's $100bn group built on genuine philanthropy

The frenetic chase by large corporations to meet three-month or six-month performance targets, hit bonuses and keep the share price high, is simply a fact of life in modern business. The frenetic chase by large corporations to meet three-month or ...
 Irish Independent2 months ago
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