From being an "ideal choice for the post" according to Narayana Murthy, things changed for the worse for Vishal Sikka at Infosys.
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Vishal Sikka, in his resignation letter, urged the board to speak up in the interest of the company and be the voice of fairness and reason if the attacks continue. Here are his statements which take the aim at Narayana Murthy.
Vishal Sikka today said that he is resigning from Infosys on the account of rising personal disruptions as founder Narayana Murthy's attacks on the company management over corporate governance continue to grow.
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At the time of Sikka's appointment, Infosys founder Narayana Murthy had said that Vishal Sikka means lots of money.
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