We just do not want the board to drive this institution to death through serious governance deficits in our own life time.
Infosys CEO resigns: Revenues, profit up under Vishal Sikka, so what are the co-founders complaining about?
VIshal Sikka’s resignation has wiped off investor wealth in Infosys to a whopping Rs 22.430 crore market capitalisation in the bourses.
The promoter-versus-outsider debate has returned to the fore on running a blue-chip enterprise in India with experts blaming differences between the top management and some founders for Vishal Sikka quitting as Infosys CEO
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Vishal Sikka resigns: Narayana Murthy becomes the villain in former Infosys CEO's Mark Antony moment
Vishal Sikka's resignation letter, never once, mentions the name of Infosys co-founder N R Narayanamurthy, but the letter is all about him.
Vishal Sikka resigns: Why Infosys needs to codify a corporate philosophy as Murthy's shadow looms large
Infosys of today must clearly define the path ahead for itself as far a public perceptions go, let performance take a backseat
Vishal Sikka resigns as Infosys MD, CEO: Timeline of former chief's tenure in India's second largest software exporter
Vishal Sikka was appointed in 2014 to help transform Infosys, as the company mentions in its website. We take a look at the former CEO's tenure in the software major.
Murthy may yet have a say in what might be his Third Coming to Infosys -- if not in an explicit way, at least in a significantly influential way, despite his failed attempt at restoring the company's glory.
Vishal Sikka to get $1 salary for hanging around at Infosys as executive vice chairman until March 2018
Sikka will continue to focus on strategic initiatives, key customer relationships and technology development
Vishal Sikka filled the CEO bill perfectly as he brought to the table his formidable knowledge and experience of developing SAP and ERP solutions besides using artificial intelligence
Vishal Sikka's 'moving on' mail to Infosys staff: Journey has been a difficult one due to distractions, says former CEO
I have decided to leave because the distractions, the very public noise around us, have created an untenable atmosphere, said SIkka
UB Pravin Rao, the current COO, has been appointed as the interim CEO and managing director.
As the focus completely shifts from the field to the BCCI board room and the tour of West Indies to the coach selection, we discuss some facets of the latter in a slight unusual way
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has issued a stern warning to enrolment agencies for refusing enrolment to residents citing technical glitch or on any other pretext, and termed such refusal as "corrupt practice"
Narendra Modi's US visit: Having low expectations from Donald Trump may not be a bad thing for India
Narendra Modi's US visit might give India the opportunity that to set the course for a very transactional India-US relationship under Donald Trump that is based not just on common strategic imperatives but on quid pro quo
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Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy has lamented dropping performance standards at the IT behemoth, saying the generous compensation given to COO Pravin Rao was improper
Two Indian-Americans have been indicted by a US federal court for using fraudulent documents in obtaining H-1B visa for Indian technology professionals.
Ride services company Uber Technologies Inc has been thrust deeper into turmoil with the departure of company president Jeff Jones, a marketing expert hired to help soften its often abrasive image.