Interviews and stories

  

Look who's brewing Eight O'Clock Coffee
August 2017

US Senator Ben Cardin and Maryland State Senator C Anthony Muse visit Tata Global Beverages' state-of-the-art Eight O'Clock Coffee plant in Landover

Tata Tea awakens India with Jaago Re 2.0
August 2017

Sushant Dash, regional president - India, Tata Global Beverages, talks about the Jaago Re 2.0 campaign, its objectives and the future roadmap

Spurring innovation-led growth
August 2017

Tata companies are riding the innovation wave to push barriers and surprise the marketplace

'We need different kinds of innovation based on access'
July 2017

India Inc's innovation focus should be on solving the problem of access to products and services, says N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons

'Tata group has been a model of pioneering for over 150 years'
July 2017

Pioneering is how the Tata group defines innovation in enterprise, says Dr Gopichand Katragadda, group chief technology officer, Tata Sons

Capturing the magic of tea and tea estates
July 2017

Rishi Chadha, head, tea marketing, India, Tata Global Beverages, speaks about how Kanan Devan Photography Escapade connects with young consumers

Tetley is 180
July 2017

We trace the journey of the iconic tea that travelled from the finest gardens in the subcontinent back in 1837 and enticed the English way of life, to emerge as UK's favourite cuppa today

Growth constraints in advanced economies
July 2017

Dr Siddhartha Roy, economic advisor at Tata Services, explains why under performance and sluggish growth continue to haunt advanced economies

Talking cars
July 2017

Jaguar Land Rover and Tata Motors showcase connected car technology advancements with UK Autodrive test and demonstrate how multiple makes of a car can use their systems to 'talk' to each other

'Technology is going to decide how businesses are run'
July 2017

Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus of the Tata group and Chairman, Tata Trusts, speaks about the economy and its drivers, technology and its disruptions, and the challenges confronting communities

The enquiring mind
June 2017 | Harish Bhat

Curiosity is a key quality needed to succeed as a marketing professional, says Tata Sons brand custodian Harish Bhat in his new book The Curious Marketer

Getting the dynamics right
June 2017

Tata Advanced Systems partners global leaders in the aerospace and defence industry to deliver world-class components for defence and civilian aircraft

'Poverty is not created by the poor'
June 2017 | Christabelle Noronha

Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize winner and pioneer of microcredit and microfinance, speaks about the Yunus Social Business-Tata Trusts ICAT initiative and poverty alleviation

Onwards to a fluid future
June 2017 | Philip Chacko

InMotion, the recently established venture capital arm of Jaguar Land Rover, is engineered to support emerging enterprises in the mobility services sector

'We have met our profit targets consistently'
June 2017 | Philip Chacko

Vembu Muthukumaran, chief executive of Tata International subsidiary Bachi Shoes, speaks about how the company meets profit targets and customer expectations

Best foot forward
June 2017 | Philip Chacko

Footwear design is a strength Tata International has nurtured down the years to win over customers in some of the world's most demanding markets

'We could not be prouder of our English spirit and celebrate it too'
June 2017

Digvijay Singh, general manager, Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites and Residences and St James' Court, explains how the hotels blend Indian hospitality with local culture to exceed traveler expectations

Schooling made special
June 2017

The Tata Global Beverages-supported DARE school has been helping differently-abled children in Munnar acquire valuable skills and sustainable livelihoods for the past 25 years

To preserve and protect
June 2017

On World Environment Day, Tata Sustainability Group affirms its commitment to embed sustainability as a way of life at Tata companies

Road to resolution
May 2017

Tata Coffee has created a roadmap to reduce the conflict between humans and elephants to protect the animals, the workers as well as the plantations