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With Tata Patriarch Back As Pilot, Likely Tailwind For Airline Ventures

As family patriarch Ratan Tata takes back the controls at his Indian conglomerate after a boardroom coup this week, one sector is cheering his, albeit interim, return: the group's airline ventures, both lagging competitors in India's cutthroat market

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Cyrus Mistry Says Surprised By Tata's Justification Of His Dismissal

The war of words between Tata Sons and its ousted Chairman Cyrus Mistry ratcheted up a notch with Mistry stating he was surprised with reasons given by the Indian conglomerate for his dismissal

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Deposed Chairman Cyrus Mistry Counters Tatas Claim On Welspun Buy

Stepping up his attack on the Tata Group in general and Ratan Tata in particular, ousted chairman Cyrus Mistry has denied group's claim that the board was not properly consulted on Tata Power's purchase of Welpsun Power in June

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Ratan Tata May Find Dismissing Cyrus Mistry Easier Than His Accusations

Ratan Tata may have dumped Cyrus Mistry as chairman of his 148-year-old family empire, but will find it harder to expunge the ex-manager's accusations that his acquisitive habits and lack of focus on returns have destroyed billions of dollars in shareholder value

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Tata Group Accuses Ousted Chairman Cyrus Mistry Of Malice

Tata Sons accused its former chairman, Cyrus Mistry, of making "unsubstantiated claims and malicious allegations" against the Indian conglomerate as the gloves came off in a bitter and highly public row over his sacking earlier this week

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Mistry’s Claims Unsubstantiated, Malicious: Tata Sons

The Tata Sons board gives its Chairman complete autonomy to manage opportunities and challenges. However, the tenure of the former Chairman was marked by repeated departures from the culture and ethos of the group

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Have Made All Relevant Disclosures, Say Tata Group Companies

Tata Steel and Indian Hotels on Thursday said they have always made all relevant disclosures and have no further comments to offer following comments made by ousted Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry that Tata group firms could face a potential $18 billion writedown

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Ousted Tata Boss Cyrus Mistry's Hostile Defence Takes Boardroom Battle Public

Public confrontations of this nature are rare in Indian corporate life, particularly when they involve conservative and established conglomerates like salt-to-cars group Tata and a patriarch like Ratan Tata, who has temporarily taken back the helm of the parent group

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Ratan Tata To Stay Longer As Successor Selection May Take Time

Experts say since the group’s preferences would now naturally be a candidate who believes in the values that made the group different from its rivals and most preferably from the Tata legacy itself rather than a new-age professional who sticks to ‘profitability’ alone, the selection process is going to be a complex one

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Deposed Tata Group Chairman Mistry Alleges Rs 22 Crore Fraud Transactions In Tatas Aviation JV

Flagging 'ethical concerns' in Tata group's aviation joint venture with Air Asia, ousted Chairman Cyrus Mistry has alleged that forensic investigation revealed fraudulent transactions of Rs 22 crore involving non-existent entities in India and Singapore

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Tata Sons Former Boss Cyrus Mistry Says Group Could See $18 Billion In Writedowns

Group companies in the salt-to-software Tata Sons conglomerate faces potential writedowns to the tune of close to $18 billion due to investments in unprofitable businesses, according to an internal letter that ousted Chairman Cyrus Mistry sent to the company's board.

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Tata Sons Inducts 2 New Directors; CEOs Asked To Focus On Business

Ratan Tata on Tuesday followed up the sacking of Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry by inducting two new directors into the board of the holding company, even as he asked CEOs of group firms to focus on their businesses and enhancing returns to shareholders without being distracted by change in top leadership

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Mistry's Ouster: Tatas File Caveats In Apex Court, High Court And NCLT

Tata group on Tuesday filed caveats in Supreme Court, Bombay High Court and National Company Law Tribunal to prevent ousted Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry from getting an ex-parte order against his sacking

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Cyrus Mistry's Ouster May Be 'Good' For Tata Steel's UK Operations: Media

The shockwaves over Tata Group's decision to oust its chairman Cyrus Mistry were felt strongly in London with the British media on Tuesday speculating that it may be "good news" for the company's UK operations due to interim chairman Ratan Tata's affinity towards the business

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Cyrus Mistry Denies Filing 'Caveats'

Former chairman of Tata Sons Cyrus Mistry has denied filing any "caveats" against his former company

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