• May 19, 2010
Rajiv Dube, the mind behind Tata Motors' move into the passenger car world, has decided to part ways with the company after 27 years. Dube joined Tata way back in 1983, and neither he nor the company are saying exactly why the long-standing exec decided to move on. Our guess is that after 20 years, retirement was sounding plenty tasty. Cars like the Nano and Indica hatchback can all pledge their allegiance to Dube's market-minded approach to the automobile.
According to Automotive News, Dube's position will be filled internally. S. Krishnan will now helm the premier car division while Girish Wagh will take on both small-car and passenger-car operations.

[Source: Automotive News - sub. req.]


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Guess he couldn't take the 'heat'!
      • 4 Years Ago
      Rajiv Dube was one of the dynamic persons Tata Motors had. Its a surprising decision; does it have something to do with the recent hiring of Carl-Peter Forster by Tata?