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Heal the wounds: The challenges before Chandra as Tata Sons chairman

Let's hope his presence helps provide the much-needed healing touch

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Indrajit Gupta 



Indrajit Gupta

On January 12, the proverbial white smoke emanated from the chimneys of Bombay House, the seat of power at the Tata group, almost six weeks ahead of schedule. The hurry was understandable. The undignified mess sparked off by Cyrus Mistry’s abrupt sacking had impacted morale and taken the sheen off the Tata group. A new chairman, a quintessential insider, is expected to heal the wounds and bring the focus back on business.

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First Published: Fri, January 20 2017. 11:04 IST

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