On retiring, Ratan Tata to move out of Bombay House

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Ratan Naval Tata, the 75-year old chairman of Tata Sons, is preparing to move to a new office after he retires on December 28.
Contrary to market speculation that he would continue to call the shots at Bombay House even after his retirement, Tata has decided to move office of the key Tata trusts — Sir Ratan Tata Trust, Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust, Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and other allied trusts out of Bombay House and its immediate vicinity such as Ewart House to a heritage building owned by the car-to-software group.
Courtesy : Cyrus Bulsara

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