Ratan Tata retires, Cyrus Mistrynew chairman Tata Chemicals

Ratan Tata retires, Cyrus Mistry the new chairman of Tata Chemicals

5:26 AM, 28th December 2012
Ratan Tata retires, Cyrus Mistry the new chairman of Tata Chemicals
Cyrus P Mistry, Chairman, Tata Chemicals.

MUMBAI, INDIA: The board of directors of Tata Chemicals announced the appointment of Cyrus P Mistry as the Chairman of the board with effect from 28 December 2012, on the retirement of Ratan N Tata. The board conferred on Tata the honourary title of Chairman Emeritus.

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