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Ratan Tata signs up for Richard Branson’s B Team

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | June 22, 2013 09:47 IST

"We have to create a new approach to business,' Branson said.

According to reports, Ratan Tata, former chairman of the Tata group, has signed up to a new global experiment christened Plan B, which seeks to infuse businesses.

The B Team, which is a clutch of 14 global business leaders, by the swashbuckling Richard Branson of the Virgin Group and Jochen Zeitz, former CEO of Puma last week, hopes to change manner in which businesses are conducted and governed.

"All the members wish to 'start at home,' setting their houses in order before they preach to the others. "We have to create a new approach to business,' Branson said.

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