MUMBAI (Reuters) - Infosys co-founder and former chief executive Nandan Nilekani is set to return to head the company and put an end to an acrimonious dispute between its board and founders, Indian media reports said, sending the …
Bangalore-based Infosys, which has been criticized in testimony before Congress over its use of the H-1B visa program, announced today that it will open four new US-based "Technology and Innovation Hubs" to serve Infosys clients in …
The board of Bengaluru-headquartered Infosys approved the repurchase of 113 million shares at 1,150 rupees apiece, the company said in a stock exchange filing, returning cash to investors at a substantial premium to Friday's closing price …
Infosys hiring spree: Indian outsourcing giant Infosys (INFY ... Global market overview: U.S. stock futures were flat on Tuesday. European markets opened mostly higher, while Asian markets finished the trading session mixed. The Dow …
Infosys Limited INFY was a big mover last session, as the company saw its shares rise nearly 6% on the day. The move came on solid volume too with far more shares changing hands than in a normal session. This continues the recent …
Mumbai: The day brought some much needed relief to beleaguered Infosys, whose shares had fallen to a three year low on Monday after its CEO Vishal Sikka quit the company. Markets responded positively to the suggestions of Nandan …
The stock touched its lowest level since the start of Sikka’s tenure. The tussle between Infosys and its founders began in February after founder and former chairman Narayana Murthy accused the company of corporate governance lapses. …