As TCS results were largely in-line with estimates, Viju George of JPMorgan was surprised to see TCS stock price slightly higher today. Money Control, 3 days ago
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Bahrain's Khalid Thawadi and Kareem Abdulnabi defeated Dutchman Mathijs Bloem and fifth seeded American George Barth respectively in the first round of qualifying yesterday in the Third Bahrain ITF Futures Tennis Championships. Thawadi was one of ...4 Traders, 4 weeks ago Bahrain pair book slots in main draw Gulf Daily News, 3 weeks ago K-Day for Bahrain Gulf Daily News, 4 weeks ago
Infosys dollar revenue guidance of 7-9% for FY15 surprised the Street on Tuesday, given how just a month back the IT major had indicated some loss of momentum in near-term revenues. In mid-March, Infosys had said profits in Q4FY14 might come in ...Financial Express, 4 days ago Top brass is cautious but Infy outlook cheers Street Financial Express, 5 days ago
In a scenario where Africa is being touted as the continent which holds the greatest promise for tomorrow, it is easy to forget that Tanzania just entered its third decade of capitalism. Before then the economy was centrally planned and led by ...African Business, 1 week ago
Fifth seed Julien Cagnina of Belgium and ranked 501 advanced to the Round of 16 after defeating compatriot Jonas Merckx 6-0, 7-5 in the open round of the men's singles yesterday in the Third Bahrain ITF Futures Tennis Championships being hosted by ...4 Traders, 3 weeks ago
PETER Heller of Germany ruthlessly exposed the gap between regional and international level by routing Bahrain's wild card entry Abdulrahman Janahi 6-0, 6-0 in the first round of the Bahrain International Futures Tennis Championship yesterday at the ...Gulf Daily News, 3 weeks ago
Murthy says 'good riddance' to many of Infosys' former top execs who he thinks weren't pulling their weight The saga concerning the mass executive flight at Infosys seems to have no ending. A few days ago Chandrashekhar Kakal, the company's India ...ZDNet, 3 weeks ago
Top-level exits from Infosys have triggered higher attrition at the middle-management level, raising serious concerns among investors about the company's growth momentum. More than 50 people at the level of associate vice-president and above ...Hindustan Times, 4 weeks ago Infosys top-level flight hogs headlines as Chandrashekar Kakal exits Economic Times, 4 weeks ago Infosys exits begin to worry investors Economic Times, 4 weeks ago Why NRN is wrong in saying that attrition is not hurting Infy Economic Times, 1 month ago
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MUMBAI: In India's telecommunications sector, investors are finding more value in infrastructure than in service. Shares of telecom tower company Bharti Infratel have gained about 20 per cent since the beginning of February, closing at Rs 197.85 on ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
MUMBAI: The exodus of senior-level professionals in India's second largest IT company continues unabated. On Thursday, Chandrashekar Kakal, senior vice-president and head of business operations at Infosys, called it a day, bringing the spotlight ...Economic Times, 4 weeks ago
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