To best protect its investment, Tata Motors Ltd. must resist any temptation to integrate Land Rover and Jaguar Cars operations with its core automotive business, academics say. The warnings come as Ford Motor Co. identifies the India-based conglomerate as the focus of the acquisition talks surrounding the storied British brands. “Land Rovers and Jaguars are an elite product,” says Rajeeva Sinha, associate professor at the University of Windsor’s Odette Business School in Windsor, ON, ...
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