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(This story appears in the 31 January, 2020 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)
I truly believe that there IS compelling evidence to support tge chairman change at Tata Sons. It was a pure legacy pick and a wait and see for promises fulfilled. Ending in a change. Cyrus pitched for yhe position, gad backing of Lord Bhatacharya UK connection, Cyrus prepared a presentation tentatively received the nod. It is up to the company and the BOD to keep him in on the merits. Whether Cyrus fulfilled expectations is up to Tata Sons Board and honestly Tata. Ratan was not happy about the situation deteriorating which required his involvement. Why Cyrus did not respect his colleagues and from my understanding (he often bad mouthed them and Tata as well), unilaterally made company decisions with consultation and did not relinquish his Irish Citizenship (which was a deal breaker) we will never know. etc etcon Jan 15, 2020