The Telegraph
Friday , September 22 , 2017

Tata Sons reclaims private tag

Tata Sons - the holding company of the $103-billion Tata group - has become a private limited company, reclaiming a status it had enjoyed prior to 1975.   | Read..

Cyrus gets a boost

The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) today allowed Cyrus Mistry to pursue his suit against Tata Sons for oppressing his rights as a minority shareholder and...   | Read..

Tribunal to take note of UK order on McD

The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) will study the award of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), which had asked McDonald's estranged...   | Read..

Govt plans to spend $7.7bn more to grow

The government is considering a plan to loosen its fiscal deficit target to enable it to spend up to Rs 50,000 crore ($7.7 billion) more to halt an economic slowdown, two...   | Read..

Agarwal to up stake in Anglo American

Mining billionaire Anil Agarwal plans to purchase up to £1.5-billion worth of additional stake in blue chip British miner Anglo American Plc to become its largest...   | Read..

Tata Steel sniffs twin benefits in Thyssen deal

The joint venture with ThyssenKrupp will help Tata Steel cut Rs 19,000-crore debt. Moreover, the new entity is expected to be a dividend paying one. A combination of the...   | Read..
Tata Sons reclaims private tag

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