Interviews and stories


Package ideal
April 2017

Glimpses of the production lines of the Eight O'Clock Coffee manufacturing plant in Landover, where America's most popular coffee gets processed and packed

Preserving art for the future
April 2017

Tata Trusts and Tata organisations ensure the preservation of art and culture for future generations

Best foot forward
April 2017

Warren Harris, MD, Tata Technologies, reveals his varied interests and his support for Everton FC

Indian Institute of Science ranked best university in India
April 2017

For over a century, the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, conceived by Tata Founder Jamsetji Tata, has been a byword for excellence for scientific research in India

Creating green havens
April 2017

Tata companies have been deploying their resources and knowledge towards ecological regeneration and biodiversity conservation across geographies

Tuned into nature
April 2017

Arpita Dutta, naturalist, Taj Safaris, reveals how love for nature led her to take up a career as a naturalist

The marketer of Magadi
March 2017

Benard Karigo, digital and social marketing assistant, talks about Tata Chemicals' Magadi efforts to promote tourism of the Lake Magadi region

Safeguarding habitats
March 2017

At least 10,000 species go extinct every year as per World Wildlife Fund estimates. Tata companies are doing their bit to bring down the number

Caring for the caribou
March 2017

Tata Steel Minerals Canada is a member of the Caribou Ungava research program and plays an active part in tracking the declining caribou population to improve conservation efforts

Glimpses of a royal past
March 2017 | Sangeeta Menon

Rambagh Palace preserves both Rajputana history and the nobility of erstwhile royal residents within its opulent interiors

'The 'made versus make' quest is a source of competitive advantage'
March 2017

Sabaleel Nandy, VP, manufacturing, Tata Chemicals North America, offers an insight on the 'Made in India' push and other variables surrounding the relationship between India and the US

'Loss of culture is the greatest loss any society can suffer'
March 2017 | Namrata Narasimhan

Biren Bhuta, chief of corporate social responsibility at Tata Steel, explains the company's role as a catalyst in preserving and promoting tribal culture

A fine dispensation takes tasty shape
March 2017 | Sanghamitra Bhowmik

Blending in with the culture and staying in tune with local consumption patterns have worked to Tata Global Beverages' advantage in the foodservice business

Royal retreat
March 2017 | Sangeeta Menon

General manager Manish Gupta shares his insights on what makes Taj Group's Rambagh Palace one of the most desired royal holiday destinations in Rajasthan

Mentoring women for success
March 2017 | Cynthia Rodrigues

TCS is a frontline supporter of the 'million women mentors' initiative to enhance gender diversity in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics

Shedding light on heat
March 2017 | Richard Young

An innovative system designed by Tata Consultancy Services uses smart lighting and the industrial internet to help General Electric streamline a major production line and reduce costly errors

The icon stands tall
March 2017 | Namrata Narasimhan

The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai exemplifies a unique tradition of graciousness and luxury. A look at some of the facets that make the iconic hotel so special

A blend for the future
March 2017 | Christabelle Noronha

David Allen, senior vice president, marketing and sales, Tata Global Beverages, reveals how the Eight O'Clock Coffee product range is keeping customers energised in the crucial North American market

For the love of stories
March 2017 | Harish Bhat

Marketers and brands need to become evocative storytellers as consumers engage better if products tell a story, says Harish Bhat, brand custodian, Tata Sons

A sound investment
March 2017

Tata Chemicals North America supports Southwest Wyoming Regional Science Fair and reaffirms commitment to STEM education