• Oct
    03
    By FC Bureau

    The government is likely to spend around $7. 2 billion on information technology (IT) products and services this year which will be an increase of 2

  • Sep
    26

    Indian IT companies are sitting on a huge pile of cash, with top four companies together holding Rs 96,200 crore on their books. An analysis of balance sheets shows

  • The shock waves of Brexit as well as a decline in IT spend by global companies are taking a huge toll on Indian software companies as most them have given

  • Investors have turned bearish on IT companies as most of brokerages have downgraded the IT sector stocks. IT stocks have largely underperformed the benchmarks by a wide margin over

  • Sep
    01
    By Reuters

    The European Union’s imposition of a $14.5 billion back tax bill on Apple is “total political crap”, chief executive Tim Cook said in a newspaper interview on Thursday, and anti-US bias may have played a role.

  • Aug
    30
    By PTI

    The rapidly expanding e-commerce companies on Tuesday made a strong case for keeping them out of the proposed GST net but the state finance ministers appeared in no mood to oblige.

  • By Reuters

    The European Commission will rule against Ireland's tax dealings with Apple on Tuesday, sources familiar with the decision told Reuters, one of whom said Dublin would be told to recoup over 1 billion euros in back taxes.

  • Aug
    29
    By PTI

    India's Tata Consultancy Services, a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation, on Monday announced that it has been recognised in the leadership zones across several segments by

  • Aug
    26
    By Reuters

    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.

  • Aug
    23
    By PTI

    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.