Corporates today are more concerned about their employees' well being and are taking necessary steps for the betterment of workplaces in order to make them comfortable and more friendly for the employees.
India’s bellwether information technology services company’s original founders are looking to sell their entire 12.75% equity stake and sever their all ties with the firm after a bitter feud with the current management ov
Shares of Infosys hit their fresh 52-week low of Rs 996.15 and dipped as much as 5.31 per cent on Friday after the second-largest software services exporter cut its FY17 revenue growth target for the second time in three mont
For the quarter ended September 30, 2016, Infosys on Friday registered 4.95 per cent rise in consolidated net profit at Rs 3,606 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2016 against Rs 3,436 crore in the sequential quarter
Infosys, which received a setback due to the recent cancellation of RBS contract is on its way towards achieving its strategic initiatives and there are early indicators of success, Prabhudas Leeladhar has said in a report af
Infosys shares slid as much as 3.35 per cent on Tuesday after it announced that it will ramp-down about 3,000 employees, primarily in India, over the next few months after the cancellation of contract with Royal Bank of Scotl
The system will be extended to support other health and social programmes, providing the district's citizens and caseworkers with a way to check eligibility for various health and social programmes through a single applicatio
Infosys shares slipped over 4 per cent intraday on Thursday after company's COO Pravin Rao reportedly said that the company would face volatility over the next few quarters due to weaker spending from sectors such as energy a
Extending the deadline for the third time, Corporate Affairs Ministry has now given time till July 7 for companies to submit their statutory filings as issues related to MCA21 portal are yet to be fully resolved.
Rishi Sunak, the son-in-law of Infosys co-founder Narayan Murthy and the Conservative party's prominent first-time Indian-origin MP, today threw his weight behind Britain leaving the EU in the June 23 referendum.