SHAPOORJI PALLONJI GROUP
Shapoorji Pallonji Group raises $200 mn against Tata Sons shares
This short-term finance is part of a larger round of balance sheet restructuring to reduce debt.
Sterling and Wilson promoters must provide exit option to minority shareholders: InGovern
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Shapoorji Pallonji Group’s investment in focus
The ruling said the companies controlled by the SP Group have, so far, invested about Rs 1,00,000 crore. People in the know told ET that the actual amount invested by the group was about Rs 69.64 crore in 1965.
Tatas determined to fight Mistry’s reinstatement in SC
Legal experts close to the matter said TCS might have decided to postpone the board meeting because it wasn’t expecting to get any hearing before January 9, when it is scheduled to consider thirdquarter results.
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.
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.
Fewer in numbers, yet IPOs proved India’s biggest wealth creators of 2019
Thirteen of the 15 debutants beat Sensex’s 15 per cent return for the year.
Suits & Sayings: Whispers and murmurs in corporate corridors & policy parlours
ET’s weekly roundup of the wackiest whispers and murmurs in corporate corridors & policy parlours
Mahindra Finance and Cholamandalam preferred NBFC picks in long term: Vivek Mavani
Deferment of BPCL divestment will disappoint market in short term but would catch up maybe in the next couple of months.
View: NCLAT ruling in favour of Mistry could push India Inc from the realm of law to business morality
The rift threatens to push corporate India beyond the confines of the law to the realm of business morality.
RoC may soon classify Tata Sons as ‘public company'
Tata Sons might soon be classified as a public company, changing the ground rules for the Mistry-Tata feud.
What happens next in Tata-Mistry saga? Here are five scenarios
The NCLAT order was a bolt from the blue for the public at large, and an unexpected reversal for the Tata Group.
Procedures not followed in Cyrus Mistry's ouster: NCLAT
Tata Sons did not follow the required procedures for the conversion, NCLAT said, adding that the process laid out under Section 14 of the Companies Act, which includes getting approval from the tribunal for conversion, was not followed.
Tata Sons Chairman & directors to be appointed in consultation with Mistry Camp: NCLAT
"We are of the view that for better protection of interest of all stakeholders as also safeguarding the interest of minority group, in future at the time of appointment of the Executive Chairman, Independent Director and Directors, the ‘Tata Group' which is the majority group should consult the minority group i.e.‘Shapoorji Pallonji Group," said NCLAT.
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