Free Press Journal
  • Tatas reopen Bombay House after renovation

    Mumbai : The Tata Group re-opened Bombay House, its headquarters in Mumbai, after a 9-month-long restoration process on Sunday, which also marked the 114th birth anniversary of its Former Chairman, JRD Tata.

  • After Pranab Mukherjee, now Ratan Tata to share dais with RSS chief

    Mumbai: Industrialist Ratan Tata will be sharing the stage with RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat at an event here next month. The development comes after former president Pranab Mukherjee attended a function of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in Nagpur last month.

  • I am being sacked, Mistry texted wife before board meet

    On October 24 last year, Tata Sons said that its board has  replaced Mistry as Chairman of Tata Sons. On February 21 this year, former head of TCS N  Chandrasekaran took over as its chairman.

  • Narendra Modi’s concession to Tata dues more than farmers’ loan waiver: Rahul Gandhi

    Nanded: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi enthused party workers at Nanded on Friday, saying with confidence that Bharatiya Janata Party could win one or two more elections, but the Congress would retain power again. Gandhi also compared the amount of farmers’ loan waiver with the hefty concession of Rs 65,000 crore given to Ratan Tata by Narendra Modi while he was chief minister of Gujarat.

  • Vishal Sikka’s exit revives promoter vs outsider debate for top mgmt job

    New Delhi : The promoter-versus-outsider debate has returned to the fore on running a blue-chip enterprise in India with experts blaming differences between the top management and some founders for Vishal Sikka quitting as Infosys CEO. Sikka took charge as Infosys’ first non-founder CEO in 2014, prior to which the top post at the company was held by one or other founders of the country’s second largest IT firm. The company Friday

  • Snapdeal to send Flipkart’s proposal to shareholders

    New Delhi : Snapdeal is likely to send Flipkart’s USD 900-950 million buyout proposal to its shareholders this week to seek their views on the plan, according to sources.

  • Mumbai: Former Tata Finance MD Dilip Pandse commits suicide

    Mumbai: Tata Finance’s former managing director Dilip Pandse, 61, committed suicide at his office in the Dadar area of the megapolis, the police said on Wednesday. This is the third instance of senior Tata Group officials ending their lives, after the then Tata Motors chief executive Karl Slym and an ex-spokesperson of Tata Steel Charu Deshpande in 2014 and 2013.

  • Trump worries have changed nothing for TCS on ground: N Chandrasekaran

    Mumbai :Amid heightened concerns over protectionism in the Western markets, TCS chairman N Chandrasekaran on Friday said “nothing has changed” for the country’s largest software exporter on visas and the company continues to operate “successfully” across markets, including its largest market the US.

  • Tata to open Cancer Research Centre & Hospital in Jharkhand

    Ranchi: Tata Group will open a Cancer Research Centre and Hospital in Jharkhand, an official release said today. Accepting Chief Minister Raghubar Das’s request to set up a hospital in Jharkhand, the Tata Trust Chairman Ratan Tata approved it and a delegation today met Additional Chief Secretary, Health, Medical Education & Family Welfare department, Sudhir Tripathi.

  • Geneva journey has been worthwhile: Ratan Tata

    Geneva : From the humble Indica 20 years ago to the sports car RACEMO, Tata group Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata feels that it has been “a worthwhile journey” at the prestigious Geneva motor show.

  • Cancer comic to inspire and raise hope for cancer patients

    Bengaluru: A comic book on cancer sharing inspirational stories of survivors will hit the stands soon. Legends Amitabh Bachchan and Ratan Tata have given a promise to the author Neelam Kumar, a cancer survivor, to fund the noble initiative. Kumar would share inspirational stories of survivors, who triumphed over cancer in the book.

  • Lata Mangeshkar honoured with Legendary Award

    Melody Queen Lata Mangeshkar has been honoured with the ‘Legendary Award’ by Brand Laureate. The Brand Laureate Awards recognise world-class achievement in branding amongst individuals and companies. “Heartfelt thank you to “The Brand Laureate” for honouring me with the “Legendary Award” 2017,” Mangeshkar, 87, posted on Twitter alongside the pictures of the award.

  • Mistry camp asks NCLT to waive off shareholding requirement

    Mumbai : In its ongoing battle against the Tatas, Cyrus Mistry camp on Tuesday filed an affidavit with the NCLT seeking “waiver” from the condition of shareholding requirement in the petition filed by his family-owned two investment firms against Tata Sons, Ratan Tata and its directors, even as it argued for its maintainability.  Tata Sons had argued that maintainability of the petition filed by Cyrus Investments Pvt Ltd and Sterling Investments Corporation Ltd

  • Relief to Tata Sons as NCLT rejects Cyrus Mistry firms’ contempt plea

    Mumbai: The National Company Law Tribunal on Wednesday dismissed a contempt petition filed by two Cyrus Mistry family companies against Tata Sons and its directors, alleging violation of NCLT directives in taking steps to remove him from the board of Tata Sons.