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Tatas prefer single buyer for UK sale
The Telegraph

Tatas prefer single buyer for UK sale

The Tatas have said that they intend to sell Port Talbot and the downstream units linked to its UK steel strips business to a single buyer amid reports that potential buyers have been asked to submit bids by next week. Appearing before the lawmakers in London ... The Telegraph, 2 days ago
Tata Sons board to meet in UK Smart Investor, 1 day ago
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Tatas face tough time as investments fail to get good returns

During the 11 years ending FY15, Tata Sons cumulatively earned dividend income of around Rs 31,500 crore from TCS. Tata Steel UK's financial woes are only one of the many headaches of Tata Sons.  The Tata Group's holding company has been aggressive in supporting the growth ventures of various companies in the group but the returns from its incremental equity investments in the past decade have been negligible. The only exception has been Tata Consultancy Services, funding Tata Sons' ...
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'British Steel' name to come back as Tatas exit Scunthorpe

On the buyout of Corus, the then Tata group chairman Ratan Tata had said the deal was "a defining moment". With the Tatas agreeing to sell its Scunthorpe steel plant in the UK to investment firm Greybull for a nominal one pound, the storied 'British Steel' name will be back in the now-ailing industry. Way back in 1967, 14 major steel producers in Britain had come together to form British Steel Corporation (BSC) as part of nationalisation efforts to reshape a vital industry after years of ...
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Tatas in AirAsia India pilot seat

  To buy out Arun Bhatia’s share and get 51% stake along with its board nominees Tata Sons will soon be in the pilot’s seat of AirAsia India, holding 51 per cent stake in the low-cost airline. At present, it has 41.06 per cent. It will acquire 7.94 per cent from Arun Bhatia-controlled Telestra Tradeplace. The remaining two per cent of Telestra’s stake will be acquired by Tata veterans and AirAsia board members S Ramadorai (0.5 per cent) and R Venkataramanan (1.5 per ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Vistara, TCS enter into strategic partnership

Full service airline Vistara, a joint venture between the Tatas and Singapore Airlines has entered into a strategic partnership with TCS for a broad range of information technology services, includin...
 Business Line1 week ago Vistara forms major IT tie-up with Tata  4 Traders4 days ago Vistara and Tata Consultancy Services in strategic partnership  Business Standard1 week ago
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Sale of Tatas UK businesses is difficult - Camerons spokesman

LONDON Securing the sale of Tata Steel's businesses in Britain is a difficult process and Prime Minister David Cameron is trying to be as realistic as possible about saving the plants, his spokesman said on Wednesday. "We're trying to be ...
 Reuters UK3 days ago Sale of Tata Steel's UK Businesses Difficult, Says British Government  NDTV3 days ago TATA STEEL : Sale of Tata's UK businesses is difficult - Cameron's spokesman  4 Traders3 days ago UK PM CAMERON'S SPOKESMAN SAYS SECURING SALE OF TATA'S UK STEEL ASSETS IS A DIFFICULT PROCESS  Sharenet3 days ago
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After salt and steel, Tata plans to make a yoga fitness tracker for India

Tatas, India's oldest business group, look to stretch into future technologies with wearables. From salt to steel and everything in between, India's storied Tata group has had a finger in many a pie. But with its newest gamble, the 148-year-old ...
 Quartz2 days ago
The Hindu

Sunset surgeries are the new normal

From liver transplants to heart valve replacement surgeries, increasing numbers of the elderly are now going under the scalpel for what were once considered high-risk procedures It's a hectic weekday for N.N. Mehra in his office at Mumbai's hip ...
 The Hindu44 minutes ago

TFA gears up to hone skills of 14th batch of budding footballers

ll Academy (TFA) is all set for the selection trial for its 14th Batch. The induction programme will be held at Morabadi Stadium, Ranchi on May 3 from 6:30 am. Officials said that the trial procedure at the Tata Football Academy is highly ...
 New Delhi Pioneer49 minutes ago Soccer trials on May 3  The Telegraph1 day ago

SunEdison bankruptcy floods India market for green projects

Bloomberg/New Delhi SunEdison Inc's bankruptcy filing is reverberating halfway around the world in India, where developers say the US company's troubles are adding to a surplus of green capacity up for sale. SunEdison has said it's searching ...
 Gulf Times1 hour ago
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