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|Day's Range||14.56 - 14.74|
|52 Week Range||13.42 - 16.15|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.34|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.46 (3.13%)|
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When Infosys set out to remake its internal training program, instructors visited flight schools to see how professional pilots are taught to deal with fast-changing situations. That led India’s outsourcing ...
REUTERS - Indian shares rose for a third straight session on Tuesday but the gains were capped as investors hedged their bets before September-quarter corporate results kick in later this week. The benchmark ...
Infosys (INFY) announces that the company has been selected by KONE to strengthen the latter's IT capabilities in application development and maintenance.
As India’s Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. is squeezed by the Trump administration to reduce the use of overseas workers for U.S. jobs, the information technology outsourcing giant is also fighting claims ...
Infosys' (INFY) "Renew New" strategy, strategic partnerships, new offerings are proving conductive to the company's striking performance, consequently stoking growth.
Silicon Valley titans want to tell you that unless Trump opens the borders and sings kumbaya to foreign labor, all the smart tech workers -- most of which hail from India -- will head back East. No they won't. And here's why.
BMO Capital Markets' Keith Bachman and his team check in with the software and IT services industry today from a valuation perspective, writing that Adobe (ADBE) and DXC (DXC) are still their favorite stocks. Bachman writes that although Adobe's guidance was disappointing, the stock still looks attractive, given that the its next-twelve-months enterprise value to free cash flow valuation is 24.3 times, below its two-year average of 25 times.
75% of the $60 billion market for business analytics gets spent on consultants who help pull data from many sources into data warehouses. Growing at 300%, Incorta slashes the need for such consultants -- that could be bad for Infosys and Accenture.
Infosys (INFY) announces its strategic seven-year partnership with the CMA CGM Group to transform its IT applications as well as improve customer service experience.
Shares of India's information tech services giant Infosys (INFY) may have hit rock bottom, according to a Goldman Sachs upgrade Monday. Infosys shares were up nearly 1% to $14.78 in U.S. trading Monday. ...
Infosys' (INFY) North Carolina Technology and Innovation Hub to likely generate nearly 2,000 employment opportunities in the United States by 2021.
BMO Capital Markets' Keith Bachman and his team take a look at the IT sector--specifically the Indian IT sector, and warn that it could be tough going through the end of the year. Bachman writes that he ...
Moving jobs offshore will remain an attractive option in the U.S. and other developed markets. So says Everest Group and the reason is simply demographic: an expanding supply of cheap labor, especially ...
The analytics-driven cloud environment of Unisys Corporation (UIS) will offer a plethora of services that are critical for the day-to-day administration of California State University.
With uncertainty surrounding the executive shuffle at Infosys (INFY and 500209.India), the company announced what seemed like a no-brainer for investor participation: a share buyback at a 25% premium to the current price. As I noted in my column last week, 3 Catalysts for Infosys Stock, the share buyback could lift shares. The iShares MSCI India exchange-traded fund (INDA) rose 1.3% on the week, and the WisdomTree India Earnings Fund (EPI) rose 1.5%.
Infosys (500209.India and INFY) alumni will be considered for the vacant CEO position, Chairman Nandan Nilekani said Aug. 25, and that is causing a lot of speculation. William Blair analysts Anil Doradla and Maggie Nolan explain why Vemuri is a desirable candidate: " ... we strongly believe Ashok Vemuri would be the ideal candidate. First, he has had a successful track record at Infosys when he ran North America and was even viewed as a potential CEO candidate of Infosys before his departure.
A public spat between the board and its founders, led by ex-chairman N.R. Narayana Murthy, ended Aug. 25 with a co-founder, Nandan Nilekani, returning as board chairman amid a spate of board exits. A week earlier, Vishal Sikka had resigned as chief executive officer, citing founder interference.
Infosys Ltd founder Narayana Murthy on Tuesday defended his role in a months-long war of words with the company's board that led to changes at the top, saying his actions were in the interest of shareholders. Speaking to investors on a conference call, Murthy said he hoped the company's management would rally behind Nandan Nilekani, a co-founder and a former Infosys CEO, who was named as non-executive chairman last week. Vishal Sikka, the first CEO of Infosys drawn from outside its founders, resigned this month, blaming Murthy for creating an "untenable atmosphere".
Infosys’ three-year CEO Vishal Sikka quit last week. It’s a blow to Infosys and an Indian tech industry trying to re-imagine itself.
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