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Tatas agree to pay NTT Docomo $1.18 bn subject to court nod

Tata Sons on Tuesday said it has agreed to pay Japanese telecom firm NTT Docomo USD 1.18 billion to settle the 2-year old dispute over their Indian telecom joint venture.
Zee News Also reported by •DNA

Tata - Docomo decide to settle Rs 7,78-crore dispute out of court

Tata Sons and Docomo informed the court on Tuesday that they had agred to settle their dispute over a $1.17 billion (nearly Rs 7,783 crore) bill outside the court.  Tata Sons and Japan's NTT Docomo..

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News video: Tata promotes insider Natarajan Chandrasekaran to top job

Tata promotes insider Natarajan Chandrasekaran to top job 00:40

The Indian conglomerate Tata has a new boss. He is Natarajan Chandrasekaran, who takes over four months after his predecessor Cyrus Mistry”:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyrus_Mistry was ousted...
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News video: N Chandrasekaran takes over as Tata Sons Chairman, promises to work towards groups' upliftment

N Chandrasekaran takes over as Tata Sons Chairman, promises to work towards groups' upliftment 01:10

Mumbai, Feb 21 (ANI): N Chandrasekaran on Tuesday took over as the Chairman of India's largest conglomerate Tata Group, which was embroiled in leadership turmoil since the ouster of former..
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News video: Chandrasekaran Takes Over as Tata Chairman Today

Chandrasekaran Takes Over as Tata Chairman Today 03:23

Feb.20 -- Tata gets a new chairman today after almost four months of boardroom turmoil since the ouster of predecessor Cyrus Mistry. Bloomberg's Harsha Subramaniam reports on "Bloomberg Markets."
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News video: Tata Sons Ousts Mistry From Board

Tata Sons Ousts Mistry From Board

Feb.06 -- The former chairman of Tata Sons, Cyrus Mistry, was officially ousted from the board, bringing an end to the corporate side of a governance battle within India's largest conglomerate...
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News video: Tata Said to Explore Boosting Stakes

Tata Said to Explore Boosting Stakes 01:36

Jan.16 -- Bloomberg has been told that Tata Sons wants to boost its stake in listed units with the aim of protecting them from takeovers. That's ahead of new chairman Natarajan Chandrasekaran taking..
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UPDATE 1-Tata Sons moves to settle $1.18 bln legal dispute with DoCoMo

* Settlement comes days after new chairman starts at Tata Sons
Sify Also reported by •Reuters India

TTML shares spurt as Tata Sons agrees to settle dispute with NTT DoCoMo


BRIEF-Tata Sons, Docomo reach deal in principle on payment of LCIA arbitration award

Feb 28 (Reuters) - Tata Sons:

Tata Sons, DoCoMo set to resolve $1.2 bn dispute

Tata Sons and Japanese telecom giant NTT Do-CoMo are hammering out an out-of-court settlement on the latter’s exit from the Indian joint venture in 2014, which became a flashpoint between the parent..
IndiaTimes Also reported by •Sify

Tata Sons can force Mistry family to sell its stake

While the Tata and Mistry camp may have quietened down after their very-public spat, Tata Sons is collecting its arms to push one of its largest shareholders out. And it may just have the power to do..

After Tata Sons, Infosys boardroom battles, Sebi bats for overhaul of board governance

Regulator Sebi is in favour of a major overhaul of the way boards of listed firms discharge their duties, including for appointment and removal of directors, and also wants their audit committee to be..

After dark days, full moon rises at Bombay House

Chandra, 54, who is understood to have chosen today as an auspicious date to step into his predecessor Cyrus Mistry’s shoes will kick off the day with his first formal Tata Sons board meeting.

Mumbai headed for fractured mandate

*A record 52-55% of 92 lakh voters exercised their franchise on Tuesday in the crucial civic polls in Mumbai, where traditional partners Shiv Sena and BJP contested against each other for the first..
Deccan Herald

Citizen first, chairman later: N Chandrasekaran cast's vote before taking over Tata Sons

Chandrasekaran decided to cast his vote before taking over as the chairman of India's largest business house, Tata Sons.

SBI chief, Tata Sons board members hail Chandrasekaran

SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya today expressed confidence that the new Tata Group chairman N Chandrasekaran will "do really, really well" in his job.

For new Tata Sons chairman Chandra, voting comes first

It promised to be a very busy and eventful day for N Chandrasekaran.

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