The Cyrus Mistry-Tatas row looks far from over as the ousted chairman dismissed the allegations against him as baseless that Docomo issue was handled by him in a manner inconsistent with Tata culture and values. Mistry added that all decisions on Docomo deal was taken with approval of Tata Sons board and the actions were consistent with every collective decision. Mistray maintained that the Tatas suggestion that he acted without knowledge and/or concurrence of Ratan Tata on Docomo deal is false and mischievous. Mistry was sacked on Oct 24 as Chairman of Tata Sons and was replaced by Ratan Tata as interim head for four months.
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