Infosys shares on Friday plunged by over seven per cent after the tech star’s chief executive (CEO) Vishal Sikka quit following a welter of charges and denials between him and the company’s founders led by former Chairman NR …
All eyes are set on Infosys, which kicks off fourth quarter results today, but the stock may not see much action, say analysts. Wild swings in the counter around the results have offered huge trading opportunities in derivatives segments …
New Delhi, Aug 17 (PTI) The Infosys scrip gained nearly 5 per cent today following the companys announcement that its board will on Saturday consider a proposal for buyback of equity shares. The stock jumped 4.54 per cent to settle at Rs …
Mumbai: Taking over as the non-executive chairman of Infosys, Nandan Nilekani, one of its founders and former heads, said that he 'will take stock of current board composition and bring in suitable structure in six months from now'. No …
head of research at Guiness Securities Ltd., said before the decision that Infosys may spend as much as $1.6 billion on the buyback. Earlier this year, rival Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. agreed to repurchase about $3.4 billion of …
MUMBAI: Infosys co-founder and former chief executive Nandan Nilekani is set to return to head the company and put …
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 …
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. …
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 …