Feb 13, 2019 | Livemint.com
Investors repose faith in Tata Sons chairman N. Chandrasekaran after the controversial ouster of Cyrus Mistry; Market capitalization of all 28 listed Tata group companies rose to ₹10.88 trillion as of 12 February
Mumbai: Investors have reposed faith in the ability of Tata Sons Ltd chairman N. Chandrasekaran to steer India’s biggest conglomerate to a healthier future in the aftermath of the controversy over the ouster of its former boss Cyrus Mistry. The overall market capitalization of Tata companies has risen by about 21% in the two years since Chandrasekaran took charge as chairman on 21 February 2017.
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