Tata Sons Will Pursue Legal Recourse: Chandrasekaran
The Hindu Business Line|December 20, 2019
Stay focussed, says Chairman in mail to employees
Rajesh Kurup

Tata Sons firmly believes in the strength of its case, and will pursue appropriate legal recourse, Chairman N Chandrasekaran said in an mail to employees.

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