Concerns over the pace of change at India’s second-biggest software services company have spurred three former officers of Infosys Ltd to seek Rs 112 billion (1.83 billion US dollars)
Once a darling of stock markets, Infosys is now battling challenges like pushing growth and retaining talent and these are issues that the newly appointed CEO Vishal Sikka will have
Infosys Ltd will improve its business by looking for new growth avenues and will return to historical performance levels in two years, top executives said on Friday.
Vishal Sikka, the
IT major Infosys today reported a healthy 21. 6 per cent growth in consolidated net profit for the first quarter helped by increase in business from Europe and improved
Infosys CEO-designate Vishal Sikka feels "disruption" at India's second largest software services firm is an opportunity to learn new skills and to develop new products and services.
Sikka, who takes
In an eventful week ahead, stock markets would take cues from a host of important triggers, including the Union Budget for 2014-15, industrial production data and quarterly earnings from Infosys,
Infosys Ltd's operating profit may lag consensus estimates when India's second-largest IT services exporter reports quarterly results on July 11, Thomson Reuters StarMine's SmartEstimates shows.
StarMine's SmartEstimates, which places a
Infosys Ltd will pay its new chief executive officer Vishal Sikka up to $5. 08 million in annual salary besides a stock option of $2 million a package considered
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William D. Green
Chairman & CEO, Accenture