Mr. Ratan Tata would have felt bad about it. But to term it ‘humiliated’, we may be over-reacting. That may be coming from Mr. Kadle’s perspective, mind-map?!

In the same vein he may not consider the take over of JLR as a “sweet revenge”.

Wonder what has Mr. Tata got to say on these!

For in business, there is nothing like “revenge”. He would have looked at JLR as a good business acquisition, just as many of his decisions were, over the years, while at the helm of Tata group. A Level5+ leader would never approach these important decisions based on these emotions.

Hope Tata Motors still makes a winner out of Nano & PV Division. They owe it to their iconic business leader.

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