Advocating the need for meaningful "global action" to deal with climate change, honchos of 78 corporates, including from India, today said delaying action would damage growth prospects in the years to come.
Information technology (IT) companies’ shares came under pressure again on Wednesday, with the NSE (National Stock Exchange) Nifty IT index hitting its four-month low on concerns over weaker-than-usual revenue growth for the firms on account of
Infosys, India’s second largest IT services company, on Tuesday said it is looking to step up hiring in the US, especially fresh graduates from the campuses of top American educational institutions, even though the company reiterated that a
After lying low for some time, Infosys is back in limelight due to better-than-expected financials in the past couple of quarters. The management is much more confident today than in the recent past, under the leadership of chief executive Vishal Sikka.
Echoing Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy's concerns over 'growing intolerance', another business leader Kiran Mazumdar Shaw and economist Lord Meghnad Desai on Sunday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi must correct India's image to prevent any threat to
The digital transformation can best be achieved by adopting automation and artificial intelligence (AI) and the growing symbiosis between Infosys and Oracle is going to help achieve this goal faster than ever, said Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka.
Infosys, India’s second largest information technology (IT) services company, said on Monday it would acquire US-based Noah Consulting for a consideration of $70 million (Rs 454 crore), in an all cash deal.
The fact that Infosys and TCS announced their second-quarter results for 2015-16 within a day of each other tended to prompt comparisons between the two, instead of a coherent examination of how the two Indian software leaders are countering the headwinds
After rallying over 2% in morning deals, Infosys slipped nearly 3.5% to Rs 1,127 levels after the company announced a 9.8% year – on - year (y-o-y) jump in its consolidated net profit for the quarter ended September 2015 at Rs 3,398 crore.
Country's second largest software services firm Infosys today said its Chief Financial Officer Rajiv Bansal has resigned from the company.He will be replaced by M D Ranganath, who has been with the company for nearly 15 years.
Shares of Infosys are trading higher by almost 2% at Rs 1,123 on the BSE after the company secured a three-year contract to develop and maintain all global web-based properties of not for profit enterprise TOMS Shoes for an undisclosed sum.