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Two of several water nymph statues in York House Gardens Twickenham along side the River Thames and near Dial House Riverside -- The statues were Imported from Italy by a Whitaker Wright who following his conviction for fraud took his own life in court from cyanide in 1904 This led to Sir Ratan Tata an Indian grandee to aquire the statues and bring them into his gardens at York House - source - The Twickenham Museum


Ratan Tata: The Future of Business in India by Stanford Graduate School of Business via slideshare


Ratan Tata , the scion of one of India's oldest business houses who is now an active startup investor, believes that valuations of e-commerce companies are "very high" but these firms should be given time to prove themselves on a par with established businesses.

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The era of Ratan Tata is coming to an end today. Business tycoon Ratan Tata who proved that business can be done with dedication and good morals is retiring today from Tata Group. He will be succeeded by Cyrus Mistry.

Mr Ratan Tata Dialogue part 2 update by National Critics Choice, Robin Stienberg Robin Stienberg, Editor in Chief, Journalist and Talk Show Host for the National Critics Choice updates Mr Ratan Tata's Dialogue in Singapore. Mr Ratan N. Tata is the Chairman Emeritus of the Tata Group.