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Clues by Admin • 23 Aug 2018, Thursday
HCL Technologies, which recently beat Wipro to become the third largest software firm by revenue, paid the highest salary to a CEO among the top four IT companies. C Vijayakumar, who completed his first full term as CEO and ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 14 Aug 2018, Tuesday
Information Technology (IT) major, Infosys, has committed a Rs 100 crore software development centre in the West Bengal. The first phase of construction on the 525,000-square feet facility will be able to accommodate 1,000 employees, the country’s second-biggest software services ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 14 Jun 2018, Thursday
Infosys, India's second-biggest software exporter celebrates its 25th listing anniversary today. Narayana Murthy along with six of his friends started the company in 1981 out of a small room. Mr Murthy borrowed Rs 10,000 from his wife Sudha Murthy to fund ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 17 May 2018, Thursday
Infosys Ltd, India’s second-biggest software services exporter, has formed a blockchain-based network with 7 private-sector banks, to facilitatie trade finnace, increase security and efficiency in the banking sector while also broadening its product offering. Infosys’s Finacle ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 27 Apr 2018, Friday
The top three technology companies in India, TCS, Infosys and Wipro returned $9.75 billion to their shareholders in the year ended 31 March, the highest ever in their history. The decision to return money to shareholders, through dividends and share buyback, also ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 24 Apr 2018, Tuesday
In March 2009, TCS was 1.5 times smaller than Infosys in terms of market value. But at Monday's close, the shoe was on the other foot as it was 2.52 times higher than the same peer.  The Tata Group showpiece on ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 17 Apr 2018, Tuesday
Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has begun a preliminary examination into the allegations made by a whistleblower over inconsistency of Infosys board in Panaya acquisition. The markets regulator also has accepted a consent plea to settle charges ... Continue Reading
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