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Infosys sees higher attrition at junior level, says chief operating officer Pravin Rao

During FY 18, Infosys received 15.4 lakh applications for jobs and interviewed 1.44 lakh and extended offer letters to 53,943 applicants.

Infosys sees higher attrition at junior level

Chief Operating Officer of the IT bellwether Pravin Rao said the company has done multiple things with regard to the employee engagement perspective, including compensation increase for 85 per cent of..

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Infosys, the Indian IT services company, has hired an external chief executive for the first time. Lex's Oliver Ralph and Lucy Colback discuss whether Vishal Sikka, who has a reputation as an..

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The Indiana Economic Development Corporation approved $84 million in tax breaks and incentives Thursday for Infosys. The company plans to increase its workforce to 3,000 by the end of 2023.

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Infosys shares soar 6% despite firm posting lower-than-expected earnings for June quarter

Infosys was the biggest gainer among the blue chips on both indices during morning trade

Sensex, Nifty edge lower; pharma, energy stocks top drag

The Sensex and Nifty fell on Monday, dented by losses in energy and healthcare stocks, with subdued Asian peers dampening sentiment further, while technology stocks gained with Infosys Ltd hitting an..
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DNA ANALISYS: Would you bomb a city to take out a terrorist?

There are questions I have in mind I would like to share with you first. They have been troubling me since yesterday when the news of internet ban first filtered in.   Forget about not being able..

TCS vs Infosys: While Tata gem beat analysts' estimates on all parameters, latter's profit misses forecast; analysis in 6 charts

Both TCS and Infosys logged declines in operating profit margin for the June quarter.

Infosys delivers in-line numbers but why isn't Dalal Street enthused?

Panaya drags Q1 profits though revenue improves on the back of large deal wins, good traction in North America.

Infosys net up 3.7 per cent in first quarter Also reported by •Sify

Infosys gives bonus shares to mark 25 years of listing

Infosys revenue up 6% in Q1, trails TCS’ 9.3%


Infosys retains revenue forecast as seeks recovery

India's second-biggest IT firm Infosys Ltd retained its revenue outlook for the fiscal year to March, with its chief executive upbeat about demand for the company's services in the key markets of..
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Infosys Q1 consolidated net profit up 3.7% to Rs 3,612 crore; company announces 1:1 bonus issue

Infosys has maintained revenue growth outlook of 6-8 percent in constant currency for fiscal 2019. It had also maintained FY 2018-19 operating margin guidance in the range of 22-24 percent
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Infosys profit up 3.7% in Q1; issues bonus shares

Rival TCS (Tata Consultancy Services) had set the tone higher as it reported a record net profit of Rs 7,340 crore in the quarter to June 30, compared with Rs 5,945 crore a year earlier.

Infosys shares gain over 2% ahead of quarterly results

Shares of Infosys today rose by over 2 per cent ahead of its June quarter results.
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Infosys June-quarter profit rises about 4 percent, misses estimates

Infosys Ltd, India's No.2 software services exporter, posted a 3.7 percent rise in quarterly profit on Friday, below market expectations.
Reuters India

Sensex, Nifty post second straight weekly gain

Indian equity markets were little changed on Friday, but ended higher for a second straight week, as gains in blue-chips such as Infosys Ltd were offset by losses in state-run lenders.
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