View: Don’t jump the gun in Infosys governance row

By Rishikesha T Krishnan The first time I heard of Infosys was about 30 years ago. I was working in my father’s company at that time, and I attended a meeting organised by the Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council at Bangalore to promote software exports. One of the key speakers was a bespectacled … Read moreView: Don’t jump the gun in Infosys governance row

Infosys submits applications with RoC in ex-CFO’s severance agreement matter

NEW DELHI: IT firm Infosys on Friday said it along with some current and former executives has submitted applications with the Registrar of Companies in the matter related to severance agreement with former CFO Rajiv Bansal. Infosys said it has applied for compounding “to put this legacy matter to rest”. “The company (along with certain … Read moreInfosys submits applications with RoC in ex-CFO’s severance agreement matter

Whistleblower plaint: Infosys wants probe to be completed in 2 weeks

MUMBAI | BENGALURU: Infosys has directed law firm Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas and consultancy EY to complete investigations into whistleblower allegations of accounting malfeasance within the next fortnight, according to a person directly aware of developments at the software services major battling to return to a business-as-usual mode. Chief executive officer Salil Parekh and CFO Nilanjan … Read moreWhistleblower plaint: Infosys wants probe to be completed in 2 weeks

Narayana Murthy awarded honorary doctorate from University of London college

NEW DELHI: Narayan Murthy, the founder of information technology services company Infosys, was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Science by the Royal Holloway college, University of London today. He was awarded the degree for his “outstanding contribution to the field of computer science and the role model he represents in India and on … Read moreNarayana Murthy awarded honorary doctorate from University of London college

We have to improve our work habits, productivity levels to compete with China: NR Narayana Murthy

The government has to make it even easier for entrepreneurs to start more companies, create more jobs and wealth for themselves. We have to make it easier for foreign companies to come and invest in India, said NR Narayana Murthy, Co-Founder, Infosys, in an interview with ETNOW. Edited excerpts: What do you expect from NDA-2?It … Read moreWe have to improve our work habits, productivity levels to compete with China: NR Narayana Murthy

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