Now, instead of talking about Dog leg lefts, he’s training dogs in a business Made in Vermont. Dog is man’s best friend, but sometimes it’s the other way around. In this case, man is Ian Grant, and when his friends are in need, he’s a friend indeed. “It’s so rewarding knowing that you’re making the difference in that dog’s life,” Grant said. Grant grew up with dogs in Hyde Park, but while living in Florida about 11 years ago, he came across a TV show with the ‘Dog Whisperer,’ Cesar Milan. “He cornered a German Shepherd in an alley and I thought this guy was completely nuts,” Grant said. He was hooked. A couple of months later Grant met his future wife and his very first client, Lula. “She was a mess,” Grant said. But since his sign from Cesar, Grant had been studying dog behavior, and he eventually trained Lula. The three moved back to Lamoille County and Grant opened Vermont Dog Boarding and Behavior out of their home.
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operations of Tata Steel Ltd., the overhang from failed ambitions like Tata Motors Ltd.s cheap Nano car, debt-ridden Indian Hotels Co., and a $1.17 billion arbitration battle with telecom partner NTT Docomo Inc. Mistry has previously defended his time as chairman, when he tried to reduce debt built up during a series of global acquisitions by Ratan Tata. In an e-mail to directors after his dismissal, Mistry said the group may face 1.18 trillion rupees in writedowns over time because of “legacy hotspots” he inherited. Mistry, whose family owns an 18 percent stake in Tata Sons, filed a case with the National Company Law Tribunal seeking the appointment of an administrator to oversee the companys affairs,a forensic audit and a probe into the role of the trustees of Tata trusts, the majority shareholders of Tata Sons. Hes asked for Ratan Tata, head of the trusts, to be restrained from attending board meetings. A spokesman for Mistry said he would not comment as the matter is subject to the legal proceedings. Read here about the legal battle for control of Tata Sons Investors expect Chandra to act quickly to resolve governance issues, said Shriram Subramanian, founder and managing director at proxy advisory firm InGovern Research Services Pvt. Key to his success will be how he handles Ratan Tata, who has indicated that he may step down as chairman of the trusts this year. Read More HereTata championed the Nano project, a troubled airline venture and many of the other expansions that are now draining the groups resources. “How can a Tata company professional be independent of Ratan Tata? said Hemindra Hazari, an independent research analyst in Mumbai with more than two decades of experience in Indias capital markets. Will Chandra have the courage and skill set to divest loss-making units or turn them around?
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