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N. Chandrasekaran set to focus on new businesses in smart mobility, cities

5h livemint
Mumbai: After solving some of the challenges he inherited in the first year, Tata Sons Ltd chairman N. Chandrasekaran is set to focus on new businesses in the fields of smart mobility and smart cities. (12-0)

N. Chandrasekaran completes one year as Tata Sons chairman, stabilizes group

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Mumbai: N. Chandrasekaran, 54, completed a year in his role as chairman of Tata Sons Ltd on 21 February, capping a period in which he stabilized the group after the messy ouster of former chairman Cyrus Mistry. (26-0)

Skoda Reveals Fabia Facelift; India-Spec Rapid Could Get New Face

It’s been over seven years since Skoda introduced the Rapid sedan in India. Although it is due for a generation change, it’s unlikely to happen anytime soon. The Rapid was given a facelift in 2016 with a heavily redesigned front fascia inspired by the new-generation Euro-spec Fabia. Meanwhile, the Fabia is scheduled to receive a facelift at next month’s Geneva Motor Show and we expect Skoda India to incorporate some of these changes to the front end of the Rapid as well. (3-0)

One year at Tata Sons: Chandrasekaran cuts group flab, eyes profits

2018-02-20 business-standard
Twelve months may be a short time in the life of a 150-year-old conglomerate, but there has hardly been a dull day since N Chandrasekaran took charge as chairman of Tata Sons, the group’s holding company. Since he stepped into the corner office on February 21, 2017, Chandra, as he is popularly called, has been firing on all cylinders — from untangling cross-holdings among listed group companies, to selling non-profitable and non-core assets, to ensuring profitability and consolidation top the agenda of most companies. (24-0)

Maruti Suzuki seeks place in crowded light commercial vehicles market

2018-02-20 business-standard
Maruti Suzuki, which rules the domestic car market with a fifty per cent share, is slowly but surely started marking its presence in the new business of light commercial vehicles (LCV or goods carrier). The Suzuki-promoted company had entered the LCV business in July 2016 and is now the fifth player in the segment, though market share is just 2 per cent. The company had sold 460 units of LCV, branded as Super Carry, in the April-January period of FY17. (4-0)

A year on, Tata Sons chief Chandrasekaran shines bright over Bombay House

2018-02-19 business-standard
N Chandrasekaran, who completes a year as Tata Sons chairman on Wednesday (February 21), is turning out to be lucky for India’s largest private sector business group. After years of losing money on two of the group’s biggest bets – global steel business and domestic passenger cars – there are strong signs of a revival in both businesses. Tata Steel reported a net profit for the third consecutive quarter in October-December 2017, after posting losses in seven out of nine preceding quarters. (17-0)

Why NITI Aayog believes electric car goal may raise cyber-security risks

2018-02-19 business-standard
India’s dependence on imported components for electric vehicles could make the country vulnerable to cyber-security breaches, according to the government’s chief policy think-tank. India should manufacture the majority of the parts needed for its electric vehicle fleet as equipment shipped from overseas could be compromised, V K Saraswat, a member of the think tank, Niti Aayog, said in an interview. (6-0)

Exclusive - MM plans to drop laggards to meet BS-VI norms. End of the road for Verito, Xylo?

2018-02-19 moneycontrol
Some of the slow-moving products of sports utility vehicle specialist Mahindra & Mahindra will get phased out over the next 18-24 months as the company begins to prepare for stricter emission regulations which will come into effect beginning April 1, 2020. (3-0)

Sensex rises 167 points in early trade on firm global cues

Mumbai: The BSE benchmark Sensex surged over 167 points, staging a strong recovery in early trade today on firm cues from global markets. A stronger rupee against the dollar also influenced market sentiment. (16-0)

EXCLUSIVE -- MM#39;s Pawan Goenka bets on Ola Uber to drive electric vehicle growth, here#39;s why

2018-02-19 moneycontrol
The captain of Mahindra & Mahindra is highly-enthusiastic about the future of electric vehicles in India. His confidence on motown’s latest buzzword stems from what he predicts is a three-phase adoption of electric vehicles across segments. (4-0)

Electric Vehicles May Raise India’s Risk of Cyber-Security Breaches - Bloomberg

2018-02-19 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (6-0)

Chandrasekaran's second year may begin with Bhushan Steel takeover

2018-02-18 business-standard
As N Chandrasekaran, the first non-Parsi chairman of the Tata Group in its 150 year-old history, completes his first year on February 21, he can draw lots of satisfaction that he's successfully pulled the group out of the morass that began after the sacking of his predecessor, and also possibly has a good start to the second year with the largest acquisition the group has ever made. Chandra, as he is known popularly and also the third non-Tata to head the group, was asked to helm the salt-to- software group with over $105 billion in revenue of which over 65 per cent come from outside, during one of the most critical periods in the group' long history following the acrimony created by the sacking of the previous chairman Cyrus Mistry on October 24, 2016. (25-0)

This week in Auto: Auto Expo concludes, Govt says EV policy not required

2018-02-17 moneycontrol
Auto Expo 2018, the week-long glitzy event, concluded this week, having witnessed the participation from dozens of companies exhibiting numerous products. Into its 14th edition the biennial event is a big draw for auto enthusiasts, prospective customers and for companies to showcase their latest technology. Though in recent years some of its sheen has been stolen by smaller similar events happening across the country. (6-0)

TTM / Tata Motors Ltd. (Current Report of Foreign Issuer)

Form 6-K     UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION Washington, D.C. 20549     Form 6-K     Report of Foreign Issuer Pursuant to Rule 13a-16 or 15d-16 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 For the Month of February 2018 Commission File Number: 001-32294       TATA MOTORS LIMITED (Translation of registrant’s name into English)     BOMBAY HOUSE 24, HOMI MODY STREET, MUMBAI 400 001, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA Telephone # 91 22 6665 8282 Fax # 91 22 6665 7799 (Address of principal executive of

Daimler India starts production of mini truck for exports, is open for local launch

2018-02-16 moneycontrol
Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV), the local subsidiary of the German trucking giant, has started production of a mini truck at its Chennai facility for exports and is open to launching it in the country, a top company official told Moneycontrol. (3-0)

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