Covid impact: Tata's top deck to take up to 20% pay cut for the first time in group's history
Chairman of Tata Sons and CEOs of all operating...
Tata companies told to conserve cash, go slow on capex
Tata Sons has undertaken a swift review of all group companies amid the ongoing Covid-...
Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran reassures employees, says we are there for you
"Today we complete the ninth day of India's nation-wide lo...
Covid-19: Companies pull out all stops to work from home
Companies across sectors are scrambling to follow ‘work from home’ practices, as the...
Tata companies to ensure full payment to temporary workers: Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran
"During this time of crisis, our group companies commit to ensuring full payments to the temporary workers and daily wage earners who are working in our offices and at our sites in India for the month of March and April, 2020, even if these workers are not able to work due to either quarantine measures, site closures, plant shutdowns or other reasons." he said .
Remove tags to get more women in workforce: Tata Sons chairman
There are lots of 'tags' in India such as 'women cannot do this (kind of jobs); this is only for men,' and all of them have to be removed, he said. "There is a possibility of creating platforms for SMEs, there is a possibility of getting (more) women into workforce," Chandrasekaran said. Policy changes are also needed.
Tata vs Mistry: Supreme Court stays NCLAT order favouring Cyrus Mistry
Tata Sons has challenged an NCLAT order that restored Mistry as the group's executive chairman.
Supreme Court to hear on Friday Tata Sons' plea challenging NCLAT decision restoring Mistry as chairman
TSPL has challenged the December 18 decision of the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) that gave a big relief to Cyrus Investment Pvt Ltd and Mistry, restoring him as the executive chairman of TSPL. The NCLAT also ruled that the appointment of N Chandrasekaran was illegal.
Ratan Tata and Nusli Wadia should 'talk it out' says SC in defamation case
The Supreme Court Monday asked Bombay Dyeing chairman Nusli Wadia and Ratan Tata, chairman emeritus of Tata Sons, to sit together and resolve their differences in a defamation case.
Not pursuing chairman's post, but will protect rights as a minority shareholder, says Cyrus Mistry
The ousted Chairman said he won't pursue chairman's post, but will protect rights as a minority shareholder.
Now, TCS moves Supreme Court against NCLAT Order reinstating Mistry as director
"...the company, based on a legal opinion, has on January 3, 2020 filed an appeal in the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India (i) to set aside the said Judgement qua the company and (ii) in the interim stay on operation of the said judgement to the extent it relates to the company," it added.
Tatas to seek urgent relief ahead of January 9 TCS board meeting
Group to file an appeal on January 2 although a hearing is possible only when SC opens on January 6.
Tata Group intends to focus more on digital transformation as a future growth strategy: N Chandrasekaran
The chairman of Tata Sons has said that the group is on-course and executing ‘One Tata’ strategy.
TGBL appoints Sunil D'Souza as MD & CEO
New Delhi, Dec 20 () Tata Global Beverages Ltd (TGBL) on Friday announced appointment of Sunil Alaric D'Souza as its Managing Director and CEO.
Business as usual for Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran
Top officials close to the chairman said there has been no major business impact of the order. Chandra and his top legal team discussed the order and its implications with Tata Trusts chairman Ratan Tata in Mumbai till late Wednesday night, an official said.
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