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|Day's range||14.56 - 14.74|
|52-week range||13.42 - 16.15|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.34|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.46 (3.13%)|
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When Infosys set out to remake its internal training program, instructors visited flight schools to see how professional pilots are taught to deal with fast-changing situations. That led India’s outsourcing ...
REUTERS - Indian shares rose for a third straight session on Tuesday but the gains were capped as investors hedged their bets before September-quarter corporate results kick in later this week. The benchmark ...
Infosys (INFY) announces that the company has been selected by KONE to strengthen the latter's IT capabilities in application development and maintenance.
As India’s Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. is squeezed by the Trump administration to reduce the use of overseas workers for U.S. jobs, the information technology outsourcing giant is also fighting claims ...
Infosys' (INFY) "Renew New" strategy, strategic partnerships, new offerings are proving conductive to the company's striking performance, consequently stoking growth.
MUMBAI/BENGALURU, Aug 25 (Reuters) - The new chairman of Infosys said his priorities were to find a CEO, reconstitute the board and shape future strategy, as he sought to calm investors frazzled by the recent shock exit of the firm's chief over a prolonged row with its founders. Nandan Nilekani, himself one of Infosys' seven founders and a former CEO, was named chair on Thursday in a victory for the founders, who led by Narayana Murthy have waged an acrimonious battle with the board for months over alleged corporate governance lapses.
Indian IT services firm Infosys named Nandan Nilekani, one of its founders and former heads, as chairman on Thursday in a bid to end a lengthy feud between the board and the company's founders. The move is likely to reassure employees and clients, and quell shareholder concerns after the shock resignation of its Chief Executive Vishal Sikka last week spooked investors and wiped billions of dollars from the company's market value.
Infosys needs to find a suitable replacement who can continue with the turnaround of the company that departing CEO Vishal Sikka started.
Sikka had come under fire in recent months from some of the founders of the company on issues related to corporate governance and salary increases for its top executives
Indian tech firm Infosys gets criticized for use of foreign-worker visas, but it is creating 2,000 tech jobs in Indiana. Gov. Eric Holcomb on the deal.
If businesses and governments aren't careful, innovation could exacerbate inequality, business leaders warned at "Summer Davos" in Dalian, China.
In their first face-to-face meeting, Trump and India’s Modi will attempt to build trust and a rapport in what some are calling a “bromance in the making.”
President Trump signed an executive order Tuesday calling for a full review of the H-1B visa program. Here's who will be most affected.
James Crabtree, a research fellow in Singapore, explains why denying companies in the US the ability to hire foreign skilled workers doesn't make sense.