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IT firm Tech Mahindra to buy back shares at 14.59% premium for Rs 1,956 crore
Business

IT firm Tech Mahindra to buy back shares at 14.59% premium for Rs 1,956 crore

The share buyback proposal has been approved by Tech Mahindra's board

IT layoffs: Ravi Shankar Prasad says no downturn, retrenchment due to performance issues
Business

IT layoffs: Ravi Shankar Prasad says no downturn, retrenchment due to performance issues

The IT minister said firms like TCS and Infosys have said they would recruit thousands of professionals in the current fiscal.

British Airways doesn't blame Indian firm for global IT outage: CEO Alex Cruz
World

British Airways doesn't blame Indian firm for global IT outage: CEO Alex Cruz

British Airways (BA) has not blamed any Indian IT firm for the massive flight disruption over the last weekend that hit more than 1,000 flights.

After Infosys and Wipro, Tech Mahindra may lay off hundreds on 'performance' ground
Business

After Infosys and Wipro, Tech Mahindra may lay off hundreds on 'performance' ground

With the US hardening its stance on outsourcing, IT firms are under pressure to hire locals instead of taking Indian employees on work visas to client sites.

Life beyond H-1B: Try L1, EB5 visas, immigration experts suggest
Business

Life beyond H-1B: Try L1, EB5 visas, immigration experts suggest

L1 visas facilitate the temporary transfer of a foreign worker in the managerial, executive or specialised knowledge category to the US to continue employment with an office of the same employer.

Tango with Trump: Jaishankar's US visit may pave the way for more fruitful Indo-US ties
India

Tango with Trump: Jaishankar's US visit may pave the way for more fruitful Indo-US ties

If anyone can change a challenge into an opportunity, it is Jaishankar, who famously called for India not to "demonize Trump" but to "analyze him"

Infosys' Vishal Sikka expects US policies under Donald Trump to be business friendly
Business

Infosys' Vishal Sikka expects US policies under Donald Trump to be business friendly

There are concerns that the new government in the US, under Donald Trump, is likely to push for a stricter visa regime to curb "abuse" of H1-B and L1 visas used by foreign workers.

Wipro's Azim Premji says year 2016 has raised obstacles on path to better world
Business

Wipro's Azim Premji says year 2016 has raised obstacles on path to better world

In a letter to Wipro employees, Premji urged them to increase their commitment to others and find common ground rather than focussing on conflicts.

India IT firms may raise fees to counter dearer US visas
News & Analysis

India IT firms may raise fees to counter dearer US visas

India's export-driven IT outsourcing firms are likely to raise client fees and process more work from their centers in India to cushion the impact of an increase in fees for work visas in the United States, their top market, investors said.

H1-B and L-1 visa hike: How India's IT industry is a punching bag for American protectionism
World

H1-B and L-1 visa hike: How India's IT industry is a punching bag for American protectionism

India has just relaxed foreign investment limits in multiple areas ranging from defense to insurance but the U.S. visa hike may set off tit-for-tat reprisals.

US amends laws on H1B and L1 visas: Indian IT firms may end up paying special $2000 fee
World

US amends laws on H1B and L1 visas: Indian IT firms may end up paying special $2000 fee

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared with US President Barack Obama the concerns of Indian IT industry and professionals on the proposed legislation in the US Congress relating to popular H1B and L1 visas.

Indian IT firms eye robotics; driverless cars for next round of growth
News & Analysis

Indian IT firms eye robotics; driverless cars for next round of growth

After decades of low-margin work like server maintenance, India's information technology services firms are moving upscale in search of lucrative contracts for driverless cars and other advanced projects as online innovation changes clients' needs.

Non-Specialist IT Providers To Refocus To Grow Business
Biztech

Non-Specialist IT Providers To Refocus To Grow Business

Instead of selling out, many of them will divorce non-strategic clients to refocus; and make boutique acquisitions to boost IP assets.