The septuagenarian interim chairman of Tata Sons says that he was keen to put in a place a succession process that would allow him to leave and a new chairman to come in his place "at the right time"
Serial entrepreneur C Sivasankaran blames a trust deficit post-Ratan Tata's exit as chairman in 2012 for his predicament involving his investment in Tata Teleservices
The Bombay Dyeing chairman, in his letter to Tata Motors shareholders, said that it was only under Cyrus Mistry that the company chalked out a proper strategy to revive the passenger car business
In a hard-hitting missive to shareholders of Tata Steel, Wadia points out several differences between Ratan Tata and himself, denies Tata Sons allegations against him, and questions past management decisions
The Ratan Tata-Cyrus Mistry row is an institutional corporate battle says Abhishek Manu Singhvi, counsel for the Tata group
At the core of the ongoing boardroom battle at the $103-billion Tata group, one of India's most important corporate institutions, is a serious deficit of trust. How it plays out will have ramifications not just for group companies but also for Corporate India
The $103 billion-conglomerate appealed to shareholders to support the move to remove Mistry from operating companies. Failure to do so will jeopardize the cohesive synergy with which the Tata Group operates, it says