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Senior level exits good for them, good for Infosys: Narayana Murthy
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Senior level exits good for them, good for Infosys: Narayana Murthy

In an conference call with analysts and later with the media, Murthy answered a host of questions relating to the sluggishness in the company's business in the last few years that seen rival TCS leapfrog it by a huge margin in revenue.

Infosys Q3 earnings: Growth falls in America, rises in Europe
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Infosys Q3 earnings: Growth falls in America, rises in Europe

Infosys, India's second-largest software exporter, raised its annual sales growth forecast for the second consecutive quarter as economic recovery prompted clients in Europe to spend more in the last quarter.

Reliance Jio asks govt not to change spectrum charges, warns of losses
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Reliance Jio asks govt not to change spectrum charges, warns of losses

Spectrum Usage Charge is the levy telecom companies pay based on their adjusted gross revenues, an annual fee which is over and above the price they pay for acquiring airwaves.

Undeterred by top level exits, Murthy has new succession plan for Infosys
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Undeterred by top level exits, Murthy has new succession plan for Infosys

In a move to reduce the downside of the exits, Infosys has created a three-tier leadership structure consisting of about 500 executives.

Seventh exit at Infosys in 6 months: R&D head Goparaju quits
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Seventh exit at Infosys in 6 months: R&D head Goparaju quits

In the seventh top level exit in six months at Infosys, Subrahmanyam Goparaju, Senior Vice President and a member of the Executive Council that frames business strategy, has resigned.

GSK offers Rs 6,000 cr to raise stake in Indian arm: All you need to know
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GSK offers Rs 6,000 cr to raise stake in Indian arm: All you need to know

With the latest India deal, GSK is set to spend close to $2 billion in roughly a year to increase its holdings in two listed Indian companies, underscoring the British drugmaker's drive to deepen its footprint in emerging markets.

PepsiCo ropes in ex-Nokia MD as its chief: Who is D Shivakumar?
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PepsiCo ropes in ex-Nokia MD as its chief: Who is D Shivakumar?

In his new role, Shivakumar will oversee all aspects of PepsiCo's India business, which includes food and beverage brands such as Pepsi, Frito Lay's potato chips, Slice mango beverage, Kurkure snacks, Tropicana juices and Quaker oats.

Tata Motors' Nov sales skid to lowest in three years
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Tata Motors' Nov sales skid to lowest in three years

Hit hard by subdued domestic sales, home-grown auto major Tata Motors today reported nearly 39 percent decline in November sales at 40,863 units, its lowest in at least three years.

Maruti to launch lighter, more fuel efficient cars from next year
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Maruti to launch lighter, more fuel efficient cars from next year

Suzuki has finished developing three new vehicle platform which will enable cars to be at least 15% lighter and therefore even more fuel efficient than at present. Maruti's "kitna deti hai" obsession is sure to get magnified with vehicles which come off these new platforms beginning 2014.

Cadbury to set up largest chocolate manufacturing facility in Andhra
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Cadbury to set up largest chocolate manufacturing facility in Andhra

Cadbury India today signed a memorandum of understanding with the Andhra Pradesh government for setting up its chocolate manufacturing facility at Sri City Special Economic Zone in Chittoor district.

Trai to banks: Check pesky calls, SMS before mid-December
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Trai to banks: Check pesky calls, SMS before mid-December

Coming down heavily on pesky callers, telecom regulator Trai today said it has penalised some service providers, but has given banks time till mid-December to check unsolicited commercial calls and SMSs.

Nasdaq executive Eric Noll quitting co leaves a hole in succession plan
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Nasdaq executive Eric Noll quitting co leaves a hole in succession plan

Nasdaq OMX Group Inc said on Monday Eric Noll, the exchange operator's top internal candidate to replace Chief Executive Robert Greifeld, is leaving to become president and chief executive of brokerage ConvergEx.

IndiGo plans to expand fleet with smaller aircraft
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IndiGo plans to expand fleet with smaller aircraft

IndiGo airline's promoter Rahul Bhatia said today he is looking to acquire smaller aircraft though no plans have been firmed up as yet on either the manufacturer or the number of planes to be bought.

Starbucks opens first store in Bangalore, plans 2 more by yr-end
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Starbucks opens first store in Bangalore, plans 2 more by yr-end

Opening its first store in south India here, American coffee giant Starbucks today said it is taking the Indian grown coffee to its 19,000 stores across the world.

JPMorgan, US reach $13 bn deal on mortgage bonds: All you need to know
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JPMorgan, US reach $13 bn deal on mortgage bonds: All you need to know

JPMorgan Chase & Co said it routinely overstated the quality of mortgages it was selling to investors, and it agreed to pay $13 billion to settle related charges with the US government, federal officials said on Tuesday.

It's the end of PC manufacturing business for HCL Infosystems
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It's the end of PC manufacturing business for HCL Infosystems

Homegrown PC maker HCL Infosystems, which competes with multinational giants like HP and Dell, will phase-off its manufacturing business in the next few years to improve margins and increase organisational efficiency.

Burger King coming to India; tough time for McD, KFC?
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Burger King coming to India; tough time for McD, KFC?

In what may come as bad news for McDonald's and other big burger joints in the country, one of the world's top fast-food companies, Burger King, will soon enter India.

Vedanta seeks shareholders' support for $3.5 bn India buyout
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Vedanta seeks shareholders' support for $3.5 bn India buyout

Mining group Vedanta has asked shareholders to renew their backing for an offer of up to $3.48 billion to buy Indian government minority stakes in two of its subsidiaries, as it seeks to streamline its structure.

Ashok Vemuri quits Infosys: Why investors should be worried
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Ashok Vemuri quits Infosys: Why investors should be worried

The third high-profile exit in less than a month is not taken in positive stride by brokerages as it raises questions on the company's leadership planning.

Mistry plans to soup up Tata Nano as 'smart city car', can it revive sales?
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Mistry plans to soup up Tata Nano as 'smart city car', can it revive sales?

Despite discounts and other freebies, Tata Motors has not been able to draw in customers to Nano showrooms and its dedicated Nano plant at Sanand in Gujarat is running much below even half its capacity.