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Prolonged lockdown may result in IT industry job cuts; pose huge challenge for startups, says ex-NASSCOM chief R Chandrashekhar
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Prolonged lockdown may result in IT industry job cuts; pose huge challenge for startups, says ex-NASSCOM chief R Chandrashekhar

The former bureaucrat also said startups which are surviving on funds infused by venture capitalists may face tougher situations if the present scenario deteriorates

Inefficient aircraft bloat aviation losses; Chinese firm Jingye Group's bid for British Steel; all this and more on Moneycontrol Pro
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Inefficient aircraft bloat aviation losses; Chinese firm Jingye Group's bid for British Steel; all this and more on Moneycontrol Pro

Moneycontrol Pro offers curated markets data, independent equity analysis, insights into investment styles and exclusive trading recommendations

IT-software industry rescue job-scene, hiring rises 6% in June; dip in opportunities in auto ancillary,  banking sector
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IT-software industry rescue job-scene, hiring rises 6% in June; dip in opportunities in auto ancillary, banking sector

Hiring activity in the IT-software industry clocked a growth of 26 percent, making it one of the fastest-growing industries.

Best of Mindtree yet to come; company to grow faster than industry despite uncertainties: Chairman Krishnakumar Natarajan
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Best of Mindtree yet to come; company to grow faster than industry despite uncertainties: Chairman Krishnakumar Natarajan

Mindtree described construction major L&T's unsolicited bid to acquire a majority holding in the IT firm as "unusual situation"

IT services sector estimated to clock flat growth of up to 9% in fiscal year 2019-20: Nasscom
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IT services sector estimated to clock flat growth of up to 9% in fiscal year 2019-20: Nasscom

The grouping has discontinued a 25-year-old practice of coming out with growth estimates citing the changes in the landscape which makes the job harder

Proposal to bar H-1B spouses from working in US reaches White House for final decision; move to impact 90,000
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Proposal to bar H-1B spouses from working in US reaches White House for final decision; move to impact 90,000

US lawmakers, including Senator Kamala Harris, and Silicon Valley companies argue that this is not only anti-women, but also prevents talented spouses of H-1B visa holders from working in the United States.

IT sector job vacancies on the rise; Wipro, TCS ramp up hiring from campuses
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IT sector job vacancies on the rise; Wipro, TCS ramp up hiring from campuses

Wipro plans to double hiring from campuses this year as it ramps up talent to meet surge in orders from customers and address shortage seen with high attrition,

Unavailability of American tech workers forces Indian IT firms in US to hoard employees and subcontractors
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Unavailability of American tech workers forces Indian IT firms in US to hoard employees and subcontractors

There were as many as 1,15,000 jobs a month available for application software developers. However, there were fewer than 32,000 recruitments.

Infosys to announce Q2 financial results today, IT major expected to report marginal growth in profitability
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Infosys to announce Q2 financial results today, IT major expected to report marginal growth in profitability

Most brokerages are expecting Infosys' revenue in constant currency (CC) terms to come in between 1.3-2.2 percent,

Wipro starts online assessment test for new hires; Capgemini hikes freshers salary by 20%
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Wipro starts online assessment test for new hires; Capgemini hikes freshers salary by 20%

French IT firm Capgemini has raised fresher salary by 20 percent at around Rs 3,80,000

Indian IT firms in US face talent crunch, poach employees from each other to work on projects
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Indian IT firms in US face talent crunch, poach employees from each other to work on projects

The H-1B visa, popular among Indian IT professionals, is a non-immigrant visa that allows US companies to employ foreign workers in speciality occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise.

IT hiring gets a fillip: Software companies bullish on employment prospects, to scale up recruitment by March 2019
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IT hiring gets a fillip: Software companies bullish on employment prospects, to scale up recruitment by March 2019

The hiring of tech experts is likely to be higher in the non-IT domains because of automation.

IT companies' share buybacks hamper their future business investment: Moody's
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IT companies' share buybacks hamper their future business investment: Moody's

Moody's said Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Infosys, the top two software exporters, can be an exception to it

TCS Q1 earnings beat estimates, posts record profit; expects strong growth in financial services to continue
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TCS Q1 earnings beat estimates, posts record profit; expects strong growth in financial services to continue

TCS, the flagship company of Indian conglomerate Tata Group and the only tech firm in the country with a market capitalisation of more than $100 billion

Government raises concerns over taxation of IT firms by Australia
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Government raises concerns over taxation of IT firms by Australia

The issue was raised during the recent visit of Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu to Canberra and Sydney.

Tata Consultancy Services board to meet on 15 June, will consider share buyback proposal
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Tata Consultancy Services board to meet on 15 June, will consider share buyback proposal

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) will consider a proposal to buy back shares at its board meeting to be held later this week

Indian IT firms not ready for European Union's proposed privacy laws, only a few compliant with GDPR
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Indian IT firms not ready for European Union's proposed privacy laws, only a few compliant with GDPR

Only a third of Indian IT firms are compliant with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will come into force on 25 May