* Says in view of market activity in company’s stock on June 12, New York Stock Exchange has contacted Wipro in accordance with its usual practice * Says clarifies that payable date and ex-dividend date for its ADR bonus issue, or …
NEW DELHI/NEW YORK: Wipro, India's third largest software services firm, today said it will contest the lawsuit filed by National Grid US seeking damages of over USD 140 million for a project that began in 2009. In a filing to the stock
New York/New Delhi, Jun 12 (PTI) Wipro today said the date for issuing bonus or stock dividend to the holders of its American Depository Receipts is yet to be finalised, amid the ADRs witnessing steep fluctuations in pre-market trading …
Shares of Wipro closed at Rs 547.70, up 1.83 percent on Friday on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the sensitive index, Sensex, ended the day marginally up 0.31 percent.
"The company felt that it was important to clarify to the market that the payable date and ex-dividend date for its ADR bonus issue, or stock dividend, are yet to be determined," Wipro said. Wipro, in May, told its investors that the board …
Infosys and Wipro have recorded a rise in attrition ... To incentivise employees, Infosys re-launched the Employee Stock Option Programme after nearly a decade for the junior and mid-level management staff. ESOP shares are used as a …
An increased number of India’s equity diversified funds favoured technology companies such as Wipro and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) among Sensex stocks in ... In December, the stock was a part of 70 funds as against 122 …
New Delhi: Shares of Wipro on Wednesday rose by over 3 percent after the company reported a 5.8 percent rise in net profit for three months to September. The stock jumped 3.16 percent to Rs 298.65 on BSE. At NSE, shares of the …
Sky News understands that Wipro is among a clutch of prospective bidders which in recent weeks have lodged their potential interest in a takeover with Equiniti's owners. Although it faces stiff competition from private equity buyers and a …
In a statement today, one of the newly named companies, Wipro — a $5 billion outsourcing behemoth that trades on the New York Stock Exchange — officially admitted it gave preferential stock to both a former World Bank chief information …