Ratan Tata

Industry leaders to join Automotive Hall of Fame

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 22, 2015

The 2015 Automotive Hall of Fame inductees are Elwood Haynes (1857-1925), who co-founded Haynes-Apperson Automobile Co. (1898-1925); Luca di Montezemolo, 67, former chairman of Ferrari S.p.A.; Roger Penske, 78, founder of Penske Corp.; and Ratan Tata, 77, founder of Tata Sons, the holding company for Tata Group and its subsidiaries, including Tata Motors....
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2015 Automotive Hall of Fame inductees named

2:46 pm U.S. ET | June 12, 2015

The Automotive Hall of Fame will induct four industry leaders at its 2015 ceremony in Detroit on Thursday, July 23....
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Tata's retired patriarch still stirring things up

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 2, 2015

Two years into his official retirement from the auto business, Ratan Tata continues to steal the show. In a rare interview last week, the billionaire said Jaguar Land Rover is considering a North American assembly plant, and that his most famous and controversial creation -- the ultracheap Tata Nano -- would be repositioned....
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RICHARD JOHNSON

Still a car guy -- with a Tata friendship

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 2, 2015

Bona fide car guy Wolfgang Reitzle, the former BMW rising star and Ford luxury chief who's been running an industrial gas company for the last few years, hasn't left the car business after all. It turns out that he's befriended Indian industrial magnate Ratan Tata, the guy who bought Jaguar and Land Rover from Ford in 2008. Tata said last week that he and Reitzle meet every month or so to discuss Jaguar and Land Rover models. Reitzle doesn't hold back....
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Jaguar Land Rover 'is indeed looking' at N.A. plant, Tata says

11:16 pm U.S. ET | Feb. 24, 2015

Jaguar Land Rover is "indeed looking at North America as a location for another plant," said the chairman emeritus of owner Tata. His statement marks official confirmation of the British luxury maker's factory hunt....
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Tata plans image lift for ultracheap Nano

6:43 pm U.S. ET | Feb. 24, 2015

Tata Motors, producer of the car conceived as the world's cheapest, is rethinking the “cheap” part of it. The Indian automaker believes its Nano, which went on sale in 2009 with a price tag of about $2,500, may have been too inexpensive for its own good....
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