By Prashant Mehra and Tony Munroe MUMBAI, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Culture and continuity have prevailed in the Tata Group's search for a new chairman to head India's biggest business house. In hindsight, the sprawling conglomerate's flirtation with bringing in an outsider appears to have been only that. "It is better to have somebody that the house knows, rather than somebody from the outside, because that will be a blind bet," said J.J. Irani, a Tata Group veteran and former managing ...
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