Tata Sons chairman rules out leadership revamp

India’s Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran said on Wednesday that no leadership changes were on the anvil, refuting media reports. The holding firm of the Indian conglomerate was considering adding a chief executive role amid a revamp of its leadership structure, a Bloomberg report had said on Tuesday. Source link

Piyush Goyal terms Indian industry anti-national, raises eyebrows

An unprovoked 19-minute tirade from Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal on August 12, asserting that Indian industry’s business practices went against national interests, has left India Inc CEOs baffled, with Mr. Goyal repeatedly singling out the 153-year old Tata group in comments that he said came straight from his ‘heart’. After the Minister’s remarks … Read more

Airtel, Tata Group announce collaboration for made in India 5G

Bharti Airtel and Tata Group on Monday announced a strategic partnership for implementing 5G networks solutions for India. Tata Group has developed a O-RAN based Radio & NSA/SA Core and integrated a totally indigenous telecom stack, leveraging the Group capabilities and that of its partners. This will be available for commercial development starting January next … Read more

starbucks: Tata Starbucks offers two-wheeler financing support to employees

Tata Starbucks has launched an employee benefits programme that will give its staff in India a special financing support to purchase a two-wheeler vehicle for professional or personal use. The two-wheeler support programme is created based on a survey of employees that showed reliable transportation as one of the top areas of concern. In a … Read more

Auto sales take fast lane in Dec; carmakers see double-digit rise in sales

Indian automakers replenished stocks before the new year, helping wholesale auto sales witness healthy growth. Inventory was lower than usual for passenger vehicles and tractors, leaving headroom for higher inventory filling in the coming months, industry executives said. They said spillover demand from the festive season and inventory refilling would drive demand for passenger vehicles … Read more