Wipro chief financial officer Jatin Dalal tells Bibhu Ranjan Mishra & Raghu Krishnan why the company is hopeful of showing consistence performance over the next three quarters. Edited excerpts: Is this (Q1) a good start for the rest of the year? ... Smart Investor, 1 week ago
Arijit Paladhi & Bibhu Ranjan Mishra | New Delhi/Bengaluru Jun 27, 2015 12:33 AM IST Intuit India, the Indian arm of Nasdaq-listed financial software maker Intuit, is said to have dismissed around 100 employees, both staffers and contractual ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago PPP is the best model in India's digital transformation: Dinesh Malkani Smart Investor, 11 hours ago
Infosys on Tuesday reported a strong set of numbers in the Q1 of FY16, especially in terms of revenue growth. The company's CEO & MD Vishal Sikka and CFO Rajiv Bansal tell Bibhu Ranjan Mishra & Anita Babu that with the company returning back to ...Smart Investor, 1 week ago We have to invest to achieve 30% profit margin: Vishal Sikka & Rajiv Bansal Business Standard India, 1 week ago
Related to : ITC Ltd ITC Ltd BSE 03 Jul 15 | 12:00 AM 315.50 0.6 (0.19%) NSE 03 Jul 15 | 12:00 AM 315.60 0.55 (0.17%) After she assumed charge as managing director and chief executive officer of midsize information technology ...Smart Investor, 4 weeks ago 'We will make at least one large acquisition this year, for scale' Smart Investor, 4 weeks ago
Singapore-based venture capital firm Jungle Ventures has so far invested in around 30 start-ups in Asia including ZipDial (bought by Twitter), Livspace and Tradegecko. It is now in the process of raising its second fund, of $50-150 million. Anurag ...Smart Investor, 1 month ago
While Airtel has launched fourth generation (4G) service in multiple cities in the country and a few other operators, including Reliance Jio and Vodafone, are looking to launch it by the end of this year. For Qualcomm, which provides the key ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
CEOs are not happy with scorecard so far but are ready to invest more as they think one year is too short a time to revive the economy A majority of India Inc’s leaders are not happy with the Narendra Modi government’s performance in its first year in office. But they are willing to give Prime Minister Modi the benefit of doubt, as they feel one year is not enough to revive the economy, shows a poll conducted by Business Standard among 20 chief executives across India. While 70 per ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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