NEW DELHI/MUMBAI, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Tata Sons accused its former chairman, Cyrus Mistry, of making "unsubstantiated claims and malicious allegations" against the Indian conglomerate as the gloves came off in a bitter and highly public row over his sacking earlier this week. The acrimonious exchanges have prompted aides to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to urge restraint in a dispute that could sully the reputation of one of India's oldest and most respected business houses. Tata Sons has had only six chairmen since it was founded in 1868, growing into a $103 billion international group spanning cars, steel and information technology.
- The Wall Street Journal•yesterday
Some Tata Group companies said the valuation of their operations were accurate and audited, in response to a letter from the conglomerate’s former chairman suggesting they could face nearly $18 billion ...
Ratan Tata, who returned this week to the helm of India’s largest conglomerate, is seeking a partner that could buy out the Tata Sons Ltd. stake held by the family of ousted Chairman Cyrus Mistry, people ...
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NSE - NSE Delayed Price. Currency in INR
|Day's Range||2,388.00 - 2,415.10|
|52wk Range||2,115.00 - 2,744.80|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
|P/E Ratio (ttm)||18.63|
|Avg Vol (3m)||1,077,855|
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