Fresh twist in Tata-Mistry tussle: Hours after SC orders status quo on shares, SP group says 'time to separate'
This development comes just hours after the Supreme Court restrained till 28 October the SP group and Cyrus Mistry from pledging or transferring their shares in Tata Sons Pvt Ltd
My family, although a minority partner, has been a guardian of Tata Group for over five decades: Cyrus Mistry
The statement comes just days after Tata Sons and Ratan Tata moved the Supreme Court challenging the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal's December verdict which ordered the reinstatement of Mistry as the Chairman of Tata Sons
Tata-Mistry saga: Registrar of Companies seeks modification in NCLAT order; to be listed for hearing on 2 January
The NCLAT had also directed the Registrar of Companies to reverse Tata Sons' status from a 'private company' to a 'public company'
Mistry vs Tatas: NCLAT verdict indicates corporate governance is not only about rules but also processes, say experts
The Tata group is not known for boardroom battles that have ricocheted outside the iconic Bombay House, the headquarters of the salt-to-software conglomerate
Unitech Power Transmission is engaged in the business of manufacturing and installation of power transmission lines.
NCLAT asks Cyrus Mistry camp to submit specific changes it wants in Tata Sons Articles of Association
Cyrus Mistry in his pleas primarily argued that his removal was not in accordance with the Companies Act and that there was rampant mismanagement of affairs across Tata Sons.
Full text: Cyrus Mistry to appeal against NCLT order; terms ruling as 'disappointing, not surprising'
Ousted Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry today said he would appeal against the order of National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) that dismissed pleas challenging his removal.
Feroz Abbas Khan's play Mughal-e-Azam: The Musical is nothing short of an exhilarating experience — both for the eyes and the soul.
Mughal-E-Azam's bewitching journey: From K Asif's iconic film to Feroz Abbas Khan's Broadway-style musical
In 2016, noted playwright and filmmaker Feroz Abbas Khan decided to revisit K Asif's magnum opus Mughal-e-Azam — as a stage production
Adapting a film as revered and grand as Mughal-e-Azam is a bold choice, but one gets the feeling that the director did not change the elements of the story enough for it to be a truly engaging play | #FirstCulture
Such corporate infighting is not rampant in India, but the latest events could set a dangerous precedent, suggesting an urgent need to relook at the role of independent company directors in the country, experts say
The recent allotment of extra shares to boost Tata Sons’ stake in the assorted listed companies can be scrutinised and proved to be oppressive to the minority shareholders interest
Hot on the heels of Tata Group's ousted chairman Cyrus Mistry alleging fraudulent transactions at AirAsia India, the Aviation Ministry today said all issues would be looked into and "law of the land will have to be followed" in case of any violation.
Courts have held that a good notice must fairly disclose the purpose for which the meeting is called, be open, be free from craftiness, and be in a language understood by common people
Tata Sons interim chairman Ratan Tata, hinting at possible changes in the group companies, on Tuesday urged them to "act as leaders in their respective markets and enhance returns to shareholders".
Four years after Cyrus Mistry was appointed as the chairman of Tata Sons, he was replaced on Monday and former chief Ratan Tata was made the interim chairman.
Mistry believes that the deal is a symbol of his gratitude towards Ireland — a country where their family is at No 1 in the Fortune wealth list.