Noel Tata is currently the Chairman of Trent and Managing Director of Tata International
The Tatas may insist that Naresh Goyal sell his entire 51 percent stake in Jet Airways and relinquish the board positions held by him and his family
The company held a board meeting on November 16 to discuss the Jet Airways deal.
Currently, Tata Sons owns 49 percent of AirAsia India with the rest held by Malaysia-based AirAsia Berhad
In the second leg, Singapore Airlines may purchase the entire stake of Jet Airways promoter Naresh Goyal's family in the combined entity
Discussion between Tata Sons Chief Financial Officer Saurabh Agarwal and Jet Airways Chairman Naresh Goyal is underway, the report said
Airtel had informed the DoT two weeks ago that it would take care of the payment, including licence fee, spectrum usage charge, and one-time spectrum charge
The right to information (RTI) reply, given by Uday Khomane, the assistant registrar of companies (RoC), Mumbai on October 3, is in response to a RTI request filed by the investment arms of the Shapoorji Pallonji Group on August 31.
Ever since several women, including model Diandra Soares, filmmaker Natasha Rathore and writer Ira Trivedi, accused Seth of sexual misconduct, Tata Sons stopped dealing with Counselage, a brand consultancy firm owned by Seth.
The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) is looking into whether the transaction, which took place more than a year ago, falls under the ambit of GST
The airline, majority-owned by Tatas, commenced operations more than three years ago and currently has a fleet of 22 planes.
Fund managers tracking the group told the paper that Chandrasekaran will now have to deliver growth and profit
The airline joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, has narrowed its losses to Rs 431 crore in the 2018 FY, from Rs 518 crore a year earlier
Naresh Goyal’s Jet Airways is looking for an equity collaboration but Tata Sons seeks management control, according to a report.
Board members must approach their directorships as a privilege and not as a right. Given the nature of its responsibilities, board members must put the interests of the company and its stakeholders ahead of themselves.
There are ongoing deliberations on whether the conglomerate should return to the earlier concept of having a common chairman for both Tata Sons and Tata Trust, the report stated
The tribunal, in an interim order on Mistry's plea for putting on hold the approval for conversion of Tata Sons' into a private company from a public limited company.
The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) said that pending the litigation here, the Cyrus Mistry camp which was seeking a status quo over it cannot be "forced to sell shares".
The parent company of the Tata Group acquired a tranche of 2.61 crore shares at around Rs 255.8 apiece, as per disclosures made to exchanges
The move is a setback for the Mistry family, which has filed a petition that seeks to stay Tata Sons' conversion into a private limited company
Last year in September, shareholders of Tata Sons had voted in favour of turning it into a private limited company despite opposition by Mistry's family, which is the single largest shareholder of the holding company.
Mistry had approached the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) last week against the NCLT dismissing his plea challenging his removal as chairman of Tata Sons.
A petition was filed before the appellate tribunal against the July 9 order of the Mumbai bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).
The NCLT rejected proportional representation for Mistry Group on Tata Sons board. "We don't find merit in arguments related to mismanagement in Tata Group companies," it said.
The board of Tata Sons was updated on the issues concerning AAIL and particularly matters pertaining to the investigations being carried out by official agencies.