Visa tightening triggers overhaul of business model Bengaluru, February 3: It could be the end of Indias Information Technology (IT) services industry, as we know it. If Y2K gave wing to a fledgeling industry in the early part of this millennium, making it ... Business Line, 2 months ago
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Why do Indian Start-ups fail? Mostly because they have a narrow understanding of what Scaling-Up Means. Roots of Scaling Up Philosophy There is a reason why Industrialization, the father of our modern technology, the way we know it, was born in the west. When ...Pluggd in, 2 weeks ago
There is scarcely a corporate family in India, which is not at loggerheads. It is far from uncommon to see brothers take on brothers in an all out game of financial one-upmanship and territorial acquisition. Some partings are amicable, some others come ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
‘As a society, we are very intolerant to failures which is contrary to entrepreneurship because all entrepreneurs will not succeed.’ B V R Mohan Reddy, founder and executive chairman of Cyient Ltd and a former chairman of Nasscom, is considered a pioneer in the field of Indian IT industry. The honorary consul of Germany in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, he has been part of central government initiatives like 'Make in India', 'Digital India', 'Swatch Bharat Mission'. Other than that, ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
* Proposed visa rules pose challenge for Indian IT firms * India trade min says will engage with new administration * Says Indian investments have provided jobs to U.S.citizens * Indian nationals are largest group of recipients of H-1Bvisas By Manoj Kumar and ...Sify, 1 month ago Indian IT industry faces twin challenges of Trump, automation| Reuters First Post.com, 2 months ago
He may make a comeback as co-chairman at India's second largest software exporter. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. Marti G Subrahmanyam, a professor of finance, economics and international business at New York University’s Stern School of Business, who helped Infosys acquire a view of its main market United States, may make a comeback as co-chairman at India’s second largest software exporter. Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy hinted as much when he found fault with the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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