Infosys plans to hire another law firm to strengthen investigation into whistleblowers' allegations: Report
A whistleblower letter stating alleged financial misconduct and “unethical practice” against Infosys Chief Executive Officer Salil Parekh and chief financial officer Nilanjan Roy
Infosys whistleblower complaint: Shades of Satyam fiasco; US is epicentre of both firms, but auditors can still redeem themselves
The US SEC is taking up cudgels for American investors. It is in the fitness of things that SEBI should bat for the Indian investors in Infosys
TCS is a flying elephant, while Infosys has healed its wounds; Salil Parekh needs to show some magic
The numbers show TCS maintaining a clear lead in profit margins and hiring far more people than Infosys—two indicators that show it is bigger AND better.
Ranganath, popularly called Ranga, will continue in his current position as chief financial officer till 16 November, 2018,
Infosys to sell Panaya: Narayana Murthy's stand is vindicated; not everything was clear about the 2015 deal
The Panaya deal became controversial following two anonymous letters, in February 2017, that alleged wrongdoing in some of Infosys' acquisitions, including Panaya
Infosys Q4 net profit falls 28% sequentially to Rs 3,690 cr; buys digital creative WongDoody Holding for $75 mn
For the full fiscal 2017-18, Infosys' profit was up 11.7 percent at Rs 16,029 crore, while revenues grew 3 percent to Rs 70,522 crore over the previous year
Last month also, V Balakrishnan had sought the discontinuance of Venkatesan and Kudva after Infosys filed a settlement plea with the SEBI on alleged corporate governance lapses relating to severance payment to its former CFO Rajiv Bansal.
Takeaways from Narayana Murthy's investor call: If there are no more spats, Infosys can focus on strategy
Narayana Murthy and the Infosys board should remember that corporate governance does not bring glory to a company on its own if it is not matched with good performance which only can come from team work
The biggest challenge for the new CEO will definitely be the corporate governance and keeping the co-founders, board, investors and staff in good stead
Infosys board, chaired by Nandan Nilekani, terms past differences with Narayana Murthy 'unfortunate'
Nandan Nilekani said his goal is to build consensus, bring stability to Infosys
There is strong opinion from the investors and former Infosys executives in favour of getting Nandan Nilekani back
Both the founders and the board of Infosys should realise that the current collision course isn’t doing any good to the company
Vishal Sikka resigns: Infosys board didn't trigger his exit to cause losses, US investors' class action suit will fail
What is the guarantee that Sikka would have steered the company clear of the troubled waters the IT industry in India is generally finding itself in, and improved its profitability and fortunes?
When issues become as stark as old guard versus new guard, it starts polarising a generation. The staff will be divided too on who was right and wrong
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'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
Infosys has made public only the summary of the findings by the internal audit done by Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
In a way, the dispute at Infosys is symptomatic of the struggles that the sector itself is facing. The companies are forced to raise the emoluments at the higher level to retain the priced executives who have the potential to boost the business while the lower-rung staff continues to see meager hikes
The public debate about Infoys corporate governance should bring into focus the issues of business ethics at a time when a new world order is emerging with the far right increasingly pushing for more inwardly looking, protectionist trade policies
Murthy has stopped his battle with the board; but the management has a few explanations to do