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Ratan Tata

Ratan Tata: ‘We don’t have the urge to be No 1’

Pritish Nandy

Pritish Nandy in conversation with Ratan Tata

Public Trials, Personal Tribulations

In controversies involving brands and personalities, ill-informed public opinion shows lack of empathy

Of Public Interest in Tata’s Private Affairs

A possible resolution of India's biggest corporate feud

The Incompatibles

Infosys is caught between a conservative promoter and an aggressive CEO from Silicon Valley

Who Will Win Tata’s Trust?

Cyrus Mistry’s successor will have his work cut out for him

Tata Steel: The Empire for Sale

Will Tata hasten Britain’s industrial decline?

Awaiting Ratan Tata’s Memoirs

The Group’s Chairman has shown no inclination to draft his memoirs, but Tata watchers deserve clues on at least four mysteries of his term

The Reign of Ratan Tata

The chairman had his hits and misses. History, however, will judge him by his dynamism as a business leader as much as his record on core Tata values

Decoding the Tata Succession

Yes, Cyrus Mistry is a surprise choice as the Tata Group’s next chairman. But a closer look suggests that it is an obvious one

“I met Raja today. He is a happy man”

“Yeah, I met Raja today. He is a happy man. The Chief Justice has given his clearance on him and he’s happy” —NIIRA RADIA “Does he know that the other guy is gunning for him?” —RATAN TATA

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