Infosys among UK firms accessing Rishi Sunak’s COVID-19 job saving scheme; IT major furloughed 3% of staff
The COVID-19 job saving scheme was unveiled by the Indian-origin finance minister, married to Murthy’s daughter Akshata, at the peak of the crisis and is set to gradually wind down until it is fully closed at the end of October.
Rishi Sunak, son-in-law of Infosys founder Narayana Murthy, appointed UK finance minister in extensive Cabinet reshuffle
Sunak is set to move into No. 11 Downing Street, next door to the Prime Minister''s office as he takes charge of the second most important government position as the finance minister.
The country needs to focus on creating jobs that give a reasonable income to tackle the issue of inequality, Infosys co-founder and chairman emeritus NR Narayana Murthy said on Sunday
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
Improvement in the education system is crucial for India to cement its position as a global leader in software services and will involve strengthening universities that specialise in technology and raising their research contribution to the $125 billion industry, Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy said on Monday
IT veteran and Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy has been awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) by Royal Holloway, University of London, on Friday for his contribution to the field of computer science
Phase 2 of Lok Sabha Election saw polling across 11 states, including crucial southern seats and 1 Union Territory
In Phase 2 of the Lok Sabha election on Thursday, 18 April, 95 parliamentary constituencies went to polls
Miserly income-tax benefits for education have dented middle class’ passport to prosperity; Budget 2019 should address lacuna
Section 80C allows tuition fees paid for two children of the taxpayer, whether to a school or college so long as it is in India. But this section is not education-specific
As Infosys marks 25 years on the bourses, ex-CFO V Balakrishnan says Narayana Murthy made it all happen
As IT major Infosys completed 25 years of its listing on the stock exchange, a former senior official of the firm paid rich tributes to the co-founder N R Narayana Murthy for creating the "dream" company
Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy met Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy and sought his guidance to meet the growing needs of Bengaluru city.
Salil Parekh set to take charge as Infosys CEO today, co aims to bring back focus on revenue, biz strategy
Infosys, which spent most part of 2017 handling the public standoff between its high-profile promoters and the past leadership, will also announce its third quarter financials on 12 January.
Infosys: It's high time former execs, board stopped public spats, allowed company to focus on strategy, feel experts
The Board should not respond to comments, be it from its co-founders or past employees, in public
Infosys said on 6 December, it has approached Sebi with an application to settle the issues arising out of alleged disclosure lapses on the severance package paid to ex-CFO Rajiv Bansal
Infosys' investors remain concerned about how he will deal with potential strains in the relationship with the founders, which cost Infosys billions of dollars in market capitalisation earlier this year.
"He (Nilekani) is a very organised person. His strength is simplification of complex ideas. There were lots of complexities and therefore he has his hands full," Narayana Murthy said.
Murthy's comments came after Infosys board, under chairman Nandan Nilekani (considered to be a close confidant of the founder), on Tuesday gave a clean chit to the company's $200 million Panaya acquisition.
Infosys gives Panaya deal a clean chit: Is Nandan Nilekani implying Narayana Murthy was overreacting?
Clearly Arun Jaitley's glitter saved Nandan Nilekani and Infosys the glare on Tuesday
Infosys attempts to put behind months of acrimony between founders and former board members over allegations of lapses
Seshasayee said Murthy's statement to the investors "misleadingly attributes words" to him, words taken "completely out of context" to make it appear that he had lied
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