F C Kohli, the 92-year-old former chief executive and deputy chairman of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), has debunked the charges made by ousted Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry that his predecessor Ratan Tata wanted to put on block India’s largest
Information technology (IT) services major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Indian Hotels have called extraordinary general meetings (EGM) to try to remove ousted chairman Cyrus Mistry from their board of directors.
Ousted Chairman of Tata Sons Cyrus Mistry leaves from Bombay House in Mumbai.Tata Consultancy Services has alleged that Cyrus Mistry, former chairman of Tata Sons, has caused enormous harm to the Tata group, as well as its shareholders.
Interim Chairman Ishaat Hussain leaving after the TCS board meeting in Mumbai (Pic: Kamlesh Pednekar)Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), the largest information technology (IT) service provider in the country, decided in its board meeting on Thursday, to
Interim Chairman Ishaat Hussain leaving after the TCS board meeting in Mumbai (Photo: PTI)The board meeting of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Tata Sons, first since Cyrus Mistry was ousted as Chairman of the company on Novermber 10, was held in
Ratan TataIt won’t be unfair to say that the Tata group would have been in a similar situation as that of many financially-stressed groups, were it not for the profits and cash flows of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Tata Motors’
Unlike his predecessor, Cyrus Mistry was more proactive in tapping the group's cash rich companies such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) by way of higher equity dividend to muscle-up Tata Sons' balance sheet.
File photo of Ratan Tata (left) with Cyrus Mistry. Tata Sons on Monday removed Cyrus Mistry as its Chairman, nearly 4 years after he took over the reins of the group. Tata makes a comeback, taking over as the company's interim boss for 4 months.
The combined market valuation of all listed companies of Tata Group almost doubled during the four-year tenure of outgoing chief Cyrus Mistry, but the growth was nearly 57-times under his predecessor Ratan Tata who has returned at the helms for now.
There is something about an election that excites and disturbs businesses. Businesses are jittery about formulating a forward looking plan and their clients are less than willing to loosen their purse strings.