Mumbai: The sudden ouster of Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry may not, in the strict sense, have resulted in any legal lapses given that it's an unlisted entity and it does not fall in the ambit of Sebi's
MUMBAI: Cyrus Mistry was the first Tata Sons chairman in the history of the Group not to be made chairman of the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust (SDTT) which, together with the Sir Ratan Tata Trust, holds the bulk of the 66 per cent that gives the Tata Trusts near-absolute control of the holding company of the
MUMBAI: India Inc's social spending rose 28% in fiscal 2016 from the year before, but at Rs 8,345 crore it missed estimates, show data compiled from company filings.
NEW DELHI: CEOs wear many hats and play many a role within the organisation they lead. And, as they move off the corporate limelight and give up day-to-day operational management, many of these business leaders are juggling multiple roles that provide diversity the CEO job cannot offer.
NEW DELHI: Pressured by what has now become an annual affair of termination of low performers and then revoking the termination, Indian Institute of Technology-Roorkee, has decided to lower the bar for passing the B-Tech (Bachelor of Technology) course.