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The Stake Out

The man’s retired, but Ratan Tata’s still busy as an angel investor

The Stake Out
Reuters (From Outlook 04 May 2015)
The Stake Out
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?Ratan Tata’s Cash Downs

  • Snapdeal  India’s second largest e-commerce company which also has investment from eBay
  • Urban Ladder Online designer furniture retailer
  • Bluestone Bangalore-based online jewellery retailer
  • Cardekho.com Online automobiles classifieds, also deals with second-hand vehicles
  • Paytm Mobile payments and e-commerce company
  • Grameen Capital Works in the area of microfinance
  • Swasth India  Affordable healthcare services provider
  • Altaeros Energies Works in the area of wind energy

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Ratan Tata had announced that post-retirement he would devote much of his time to his first love, flying, and also to taking piano lessons. But he’s been...

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