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Seeing client-specific softness after Brexit: Infosys

IT services provider Infosys is seeing some “softness” in clients after Britain voted in June to leave the European Union, a top company executive said during an analyst meet on Friday.

Can economists put value on a good night's rest?

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India attracts $339 million fintech investments

Indian financial technology companies raised $339 million in the first seven months of this year. Despite its second slot in the Asia Pacific region India was way behind

WhatsApp to share user's phone nos with Facebook

Messaging service WhatsApp has updated its global privacy policy, under which it will now share phone numbers of users with its parent company, Facebook.

While the move will help Facebook

India's startup boom turns to bust

In the past few years India experienced its biggest-ever startup boom with entrepreneurs founding thousands of companies. Now the country is getting its own version of a

Samsung, Tencent to become Asia’s most valuable firm

Tencent Holdings and Samsung Electronics are racing to be crowned Asia’s most valuable company as expectations for robust earnings growth push their share prices to record highs.
Their surge -

FSS launches access control server

The Chennai-based Financial Software and Systems (FSS), which deals in payments technology and transaction processing, on Tuesday launched FSS access control server. It is a secured authentication platform that

Microsoft buys artificial intelligence startup Genee

Software giant Microsoft has bought a smart scheduling app Genee, as part of its effort to embed artificial intelligence (AI) to compete with the likes of Google Now and Apple.

Renesas seen buying US chipmaker Intersil for up to $3b

Japan's Renesas Electronics Corp is in the final stages of negotiations to acquire US chipmaker Intersil Corp for as much as 300 billion yen ($2.99 billion), an industry source familiar with the deal said on Monday.

Infosys denies laying off 500 people

Infosys on Monday said it has laid off "a few" people on grounds of non-performance and disciplinary issues but denied reports of 500 jobs being cut by the country's second


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