Story – When Dorabji Tata started working as journalist and then moved to cotton business

Upon graduating, Dorabji worked for two years as a journalist at the Bombay Gazette. In 1884, he joined the cotton business division of his father’s firm. He was first sent to Pondicherry, then a French colony, to determine whether a cotton mill might be profitable there. Thereafter, he was sent to Nagpur, to learn the cotton trade at the Empress Mills which had been founded by his father in 1877.

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