The only way to permanently save Infosys and its legacy is if its co-founders leave, sell their holdings, and move on
The only way to permanently save the institution of Infosys and its legacy is if the co-founders come together under a common pact
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
Narayana Murthy's comments assume significance given the protracted stand-off in the past between him and the previous Infosys management over issues of corporate governance and severance package doled out to former executives like Rajiv Bansal
NR Narayana Murthy regrets quitting as Infosys chairman in 2014, feels he should have listened to co-founders
Murthy had the longest run of about 21 years as CEO before passing on the baton to Nandan Nilekani and then S Gopalakrishnan and S D Shibulal.
Confederation of Indian Industry summit to focus on intellectual capital as the new wealth of nation
The CII summit would also deliberate on India's digital transformation into a cashless economy.
On several start-ups shutting shop, Nilekani said it's the nature of the business
Infosys co-founder S Gopalakrishnan Sunday launched a new app itihaasa that chronicles the "fascinating journey" of the Indian IT industry since the 1950s.