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Ratan Tata

June 23, 2011

India’s family-controlled Tata Group has become the country’s wealthiest company. The group, headed by Ratan Tata, said that its total market value is $98.7 billion, overtaking the combined value of fellow family-controlled Reliance groups. 

India’s family-controlled Tata Group has become the country’s wealthiest company. The group, headed by Ratan Tata, said that its total market value is $98.7 billion, overtaking the combined value of fellow family-controlled Reliance groups, worth a reported $81.6 billion.

The buoyant growth for the Tata Group comes following a rise in share price of its listed companies, while a string of controversies caused a slump in value of Reliance, controlled by the feuding Ambani brothers.

May 19, 2011

India’s Tata Group is making progress in its hunt for a successor to chairman Ratan Tata, according to a report in Indian newspaper Business Standard.

India’s Tata Group is making progress in its hunt for a successor to chairman Ratan Tata, according to a report in Indian newspaper Business Standard.

The report said that the five-member panel appointed to find a suitable successor has shortlisted 11 candidates, of which four to five are employees within the group. When contacted, Tata Group refused to confirm this information.

In a statement issued by the family-controlled conglomerate on 18 May, the group said that the panel was engaged in its task to find a replacement.

May 19, 2011

As parts of Asia emerge as economic superpowers, the patriarchs driving the region’s growth have faced a succession of scandals, prompting questions over autocratic styles of governance, which appear increasingly at odds with the demands of the new generation.

As parts of Asia emerge as economic superpowers, the patriarchs driving the region’s growth have faced a succession of scandals, prompting questions over autocratic styles of governance, which appear increasingly at odds with the demands of the new generation.

April 13, 2011

Adi Godrej, chairman of India's family-controlled Godrej Group, said that a family member will succeed him whenever he decides to step down, according to India's The Economic Times. 

Adi Godrej, chairman of India's family-controlled Godrej Group, said that a family member will succeed him whenever he decides to step down, according to India's The Economic Times.

At a conference, third-generation Godrej revealed that he expected someone from the family to succeed him and said that it could also be a woman.

August 5, 2010

With the announcement that the board of Tata Sons, the holding company of India-based Tata Group, has formed a selection committee to choose a successor to chairman Ratan Tata, speculation is rife over who will replace him.

With the announcement that the board of Tata Sons, the holding company of India-based Tata Group, has formed a selection committee to choose a successor to chairman Ratan Tata (pictured), speculation is rife over who will replace him.
 
A statement from Tata Group said: "The committee is in the process of formulating criteria for identifying the most suitable candidate, taking into account the global nature and complexity of the Tata group's business at the present time."
 

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