Infosys’s Battle With Corporate Governance Is Not Just It’s Own

As if Monday morning blues aren't enough to rock one's world, folks at Infosys had it worse on Monday, 21st October. At about 9 am IST, the media reported another round of supposed corporate governance issues at Infosys. And post that,…

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A ‘Kshatriya’-Run Infosys Continues To Ring The Bell Despite Murthy’s Attack

Run by a kshatriya, a warrior – Vishal Sikka calls himself one – Infosys’ stocks continue to perform well despite allegation of “low corporate governance” by former chairman and co-founder NR Narayana Murthy. “There will always be differences in how…

Startup World Is No stranger To Boardroom Bickerings Playing Out In Infosys

The hullabaloo over former Infosys Chief Financial Officer Rajiv Bansal’s severance payout could just be the trigger for a larger war inside the IT bellwether. But the battle lines have yet to be clearly drawn. The question everyone seems to…

Infosys: A Tata-Mistry In Making, But Vishal Sikka Is No Cyrus Mistry

It takes more than just a boardroom coup to oust a company’s chairman or chief executive, though Ratan Tata is different. It took him just one board meeting to remove Cyrus Mistry, then the chairman of Tata Sons, whose family’s…

Infosys Governance Row: Are Indian Cos Not Ready To Accept Global Talent Yet?

Over the last 24 hours, the Indian IT Industry and media have been abuzz with supposed corporate governance issues at Infosys. The founders have lashed out at Vishal Sikka, CEO and the board via a letter that highlights possible corporate…

Infosys Governance Row: 10 Points To Ponder

Over the last 24 hours, the Indian IT Industry and media have been abuzz with supposed corporate governance issues at Infosys. Founders have lashed out at Vishal Sikka and the board via a letter that highlights possible corporate governance issues under…

Infosys Letter: Why Can’t Founders Of Indian Cos Leave Without Looking Back, Just Like Bill Gates?

The letter sent by founders to Infosys board raising governance concerns has given rise to nagging suspicion that remote controlling of a company by former promoters may be an emerging trend in Indian corporates that are restructuring and reinventing themselves to come to…

Infosys Defends Pay Hike To Sikka, Says Decision in Company’s Interest

IT major Infosys today defended pay hike to chief executive Vishal Sikka and the severance package of two former senior executives saying all decisions were made "in the overall interest of the company", amid reports of simmering differences between the…

FirstCry Acquires BabyOye; Raises $34 Mn

Online baby products retailer FirstCry has agreed to acquire auto-to-software conglomerate Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd’s baby-care business BabyOye in a cash-and-stock deal that will help it consolidate its presence in the growing segment through an omni-channel strategy. Sanchit Vir Gogia,…

Nasscom rejects Murthy’s ‘immigration agents’ comment on Indian IT firms

The National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) rejected NR Narayana Murthy's comment wherein he called Indian IT firms as behaving like "immigration agents." Sanchit Gogia, chief analyst and CEO, Greyhound Research, explained that the Indian services model is just not…

Nasscom rejects Murthy’s comment calling Indian IT firms immigration agents

N R N Murthy, co-founder Infosys, may have stirred up a hornet's nest by saying Indian IT firms behave like immigration agents, but the model that he claims he created to be less dependent on visa's did not yield the…

Nasscom rejects Murthy’s comment calling Indian IT firms ‘immigration agents’

N R N Murthy, co-founder Infosys, may have stirred up a hornet's nest by saying Indian IT firms behave like immigration agents, but the model that he claims he created to be less dependent on visa's did not yield the…

Budget 2015: Rs 1,000 Cr Fund Is A Confidence Booster But Start-Ups Fear Red Tapism

The Rs 1000 crore fund set aside for IT start-ups in the Budget 2015 would pave way for entrepreneurs to explore opportunities in newer sectors, provided the proposed techno-financial, incubation and facilitation programme, or Self-Employment and Talent Utilisation (SETU) does…