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Tatas say no offer to Jet Airways yet, talks only preliminary; stock rallies over 40%

Jet Airways' Amit Agarwal had earlier admitted that the company was in talks with "multiple interested parties" for fund infusion, selling six of its Boeing planes along with a stake in its loyalty progarmme Jet Privilege.

Tata in active talks to buy majority stake in Jet Airways: Reports

Jet, founded by entrepreneur Naresh Goyal, is struggling to make payments to creditors including aircraft lessors and employees and has seen its share price plunge 70 per cent so far this year.

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#Metoo: Tata Sons drops Suhel Seth’s firm; contract to end on November 30

On October 20, a spokesperson for Tata Group had said that the corporate had “noted the recent (media) reports” on alleged sexual misconduct on Seth’s part, and were “looking into the issue”. Sources said since the allegations had surfaced, Seth has not been consulted by the group.

NCLAT to Tata Sons: Don’t ask Mistry to sell stake

The NCLAT restrained Tata Sons from forcing him out of the company as a shareholder but refused to stay the conversion of the holding firm into a private company from a public limited one.

No merit in Cyrus Mistry's charges against Tata Sons, Ratan Tata: NCLT

The tribunal also blamed Mistry for "leaking" confidential information pertaining to the group to the I-T department soon after his ouster as the chairperson.

At TATA Sons: NCLT dismisses Cyrus Mistry pleas against removal as chairman

A special bench of the tribunal said that the board of directors at Tata Sons was “competent” to remove the executive chairperson of the company.

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Shares of Tata group companies see mixed trends after NCLT ruling

In its ruling, the tribunal said it was not accepting Mistry's contentions that his removal was due to the result of mismanagement by the board and oppression of minority shareholders of the group.

Tata Sons rejects claims of $50 million gift to Harvard Business School, demands apology

Tata Sons has formally written to The Daily Caller, giving a detailed and point-by-point rebuttal of the "several errors" and "blatantly false statements" in the article and demanded an apology and that the website take down the article.

HUL chairman on board of Tata Sons

Manwani who is the former Global COO for Unilever will retire as Non-Executive Chairman of HUL in June. He is also the Global Executive Advisor to Blackstone Private Equity group.

Ex-foreign secy S Jaishankar joins Tata Sons as global corporate affairs president

Jaishankar will be responsible for the Tata group's global corporate affairs and international strategy development and Tata Sons' international offices will report to him.

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