Harpreet A De Singh appointed CEO of Alliance Air; becomes first woman to head an Indian air carrier
Harpreet was also the first woman to be appointed as a commercial pilot by Indian Airlines. She, however, had to give up her flying job due to health issues
As per the order, a list will be drawn based on suitability, efficiency, competence and quality of performance as well the current health of the employee
Infosys had agreed to pay Bansal a severance amount of Rs 17.38 crore or 24 months of salary, but the company suspended payments after he got Rs 5 crore as co-founder NR Narayana Murthy and others objected to the package as excessive
Air India says Rajiv Bansal takes charge as chairman and managing director; Ashwani Lohani completes his one-year tenure last week
Senior IAS officer Rajiv Bansal on Monday took charge as the Chairman and Managing Director of disinvestment-bound Air India
Infosys chairman Nandan Nilekani says speculations of co-founders' role in whistleblower complaints appalling
Infosys on Wednesday said speculations of co-founders and former employees being involved in the recent whistleblower allegations were "appalling" and seem to be aimed at tarnishing the image of some of "the most accomplished and respected individuals"
IT major Infosys has settled with Sebi a case of alleged disclosure lapses regarding severance payment made to its former chief financial officer Rajiv Bansal
New-age savvy: Digital acceleration at Infosys, TCS shows India's software giants are finding their mojo again
A combination of growth in digital segments and a lower attrition would help Infosys retain its image as an admired institution.
Infosys says 'will comply' with arbitration award to pay former chief financial officer Rajiv Bansal
Infosys had lost the arbitration over the severance package to Rajiv Bansal and had been asked to pay outstanding amount of Rs 12.17 crore with interest.
Infosys ex-CFO Rajiv Bansal files caveat in civil court against IT firm over Rs 12.17 crore severance package
Rajiv Bansal filed caveat in civil court after an arbitral tribunal directed Infosys to pay him outstanding severance package amount of Rs 12.17 crore with interest
Infosys loses arbitration case over severance package to ex-CFO Rajiv Bansal; asked to pay Rs 12.17 crore with interest
Bansal's severance payout has been one of the issues that Infosys founders had raised to allege governance lapses at the Bengaluru-based firm.
On 18 August, Ranganath, fondly known as Ranga, who has been working with Infosys for close to two decades, resigned in a surprise move that raises questions about stability at the country's second largest IT services firm.
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
Infosys may deny severance pay to former CFO Rajiv Bansal over data deletion that 'caused financial loss'
Infosys believes former CFO Rajiv Bansal's actions will influence the final verdict in a dispute over his severance package.
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
Air India new CMD Pradeep Singh Kharola takes charge amid talks of divestment of ailing national carrier
Air India is staying afloat on taxpayers' money as a result the government has decided on selling stake in the airline
Infosys' former chief financial officer Mohandas Pai says settlement move with SEBI 'perfectly fine'
Infosys' move to settle with Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) the alleged disclosure lapses involving a severance pact is "perfectly fine", the company's former chief financial officer, TV Mohandas Pai, said. He disagreed with the whistleblower who has reportedly asked the market regulator SEBI to prosecute the IT giant's management and the Board.
Infosys' new CEO Salil Parekh is a good fit, but questions loom on strategy amid disruptive technological change
Narayan Murthy has not been effusive in his early welcome for Salil Parekh. For Parekh, this might contain a watch-your-step message.
With so many questions and few answers, what will the appointment of yet another bureaucrat as Air India CMD do? Won’t his hands be tied to the eventual fate of the disinvestment process, hindering day-to-day decision making?
Pradeep Singh Kharola would replace Rajiv Bansal who has been serving as interim CMD of Air India for a little over three months