Terming media stories on Panaya acquisition false and malicious, Infosys Chief Executive Vishal Sikka told its employees that the attacks were orchestrated by people hell-bent on harming their reputation.
Infosys on Thursday said information technology (IT) industry lobby Nasscom deferred guidance for 2017-18 because not much has changed since the last review in November and asserted customers remain "optimistic".
Infosys, in its 33 years of existence, has for the first time recorded negative growth in employee hiring this financial year (FY), said a senior official of the Telangana Government on Monday, citing the information technology (IT) giant's co-founder N R
N R Narayana Murthy (Left) and Vishal SikkaInfosys has changed the severance pay rule of its management team after founder N R Narayana Murthy criticised the board of directors over violation of corporate governance norms in giving excessive pay to a
Vishal SikkaAt a time when the information technology (IT) sector is grappling with a tough business environment and headwinds related to Donald Trump's policies regarding H1-B visa, founders of Infosys have flagged concerns over transparency and
Vishal Sikka (L) and Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw (R)Infosys, the country’s second largest software exporter, has been transparent in its actions and there’s been no rift between the founders, the board of directors and its chief executive, Vishal
Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Tech Mahindra, Wipro and HCL Technologies were trading down in the range of 1% to 2% on the National Stock Exchange (NSE). All these stocks ended lower by up to 4% on Tuesday.
Infosys, the country’s second largest information technology (IT) services company, could see its “weakest&" quarterly performance in two years on Friday, when it announces the December quarter results.
Infosys and Cognizant, two of India’s largest software exporters, have warned that there is a shortage of talent in the United States, a concern that has to be looked at by President-elect Donald Trump when he assumes office.
Infosys has put in Rs 31.6 crore in Stellaris Venture Partners, an early-stage venture firm founded by former Helion Advisors partners, the second such move in a venture capital firm through its $500-million innovation fund.
Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka Photo: PTISoftware service group Infosys is bracing for pressure on its US business from anti-immigrant policies by US President-elect Donald Trump, who has identified clamping down on immigration as one of his three top
Infosys chief executive Vishal Sikka has said the company continues to see pricing pressure from customers as they see their businesses undergo structural changes and emergence of digital technologies.