Cyrus Mistry to lose if Tata Sons goes private – Economic Times

September 15, 2017
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Economic Times
MUMBAI: Tata Group’s plan to convert its holding company Tata Sons from a public limited company to a private one will substantially reduce the powers of its shareholders — mainly former chairman Cyrus Mistry whose family owns 18.4% stake — as Tata …
Tata Sons’ plan to go private seen as a blow to MistryLivemint
Mistry Family Opposes Tata Sons’ Plan To Turn Into Private CompanyNDTV
Mistrys to vote against Tata Sons move to become a private limited companyBusiness Standard
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