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GEL now in the big league 24.6.2017 TOI: Goa
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TCS hires 12,500 US employees in 5 years; biggest IT services job creator 23.6.2017 All Companies Stories
India's largest software exporter Tata Consultancy Services has hired 12,500 people in the five years to 2016 in the US, creating more than half of the jobs by global IT services firms in America, according to a study by The Cambridge Report. The Indian software major has spent over US $3 billion (Rs. 19,360 crore) on employment, educational and academic partnerships over the past three years in the US. TCS had posted consolidated revenue of US $17.6 billion (Rs. 1,13,572 crore) in fiscal 2017. "Our industry leading US recruitment, advanced digital training of employees, and academic and STEM partnership programs act as a key contributor to the US innovation economy, while also preparing the current and upcoming workforce with foundational skills needed for 21st century careers" said Surya Kant, President of North America, UK and Europe, TCS in a statement.TCS continues to hire 600-800 people every quarter in specialised roles in digital, cloud architects and even autonomous drone ..
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Sensex gets a buying lift, edges up 75 points 23.6.2017 Hindu: Markets
The Sensex climbed 75 points to 31,365 at the start on Friday, aided by fresh domestic and foreign buying amid mixed Asian pointers.Caution set in as investors waited for the launch of the Goods and S...
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Markets call Trump's bluff with Indian IT rally 23.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Markets call Trump's bluff with Indian IT rally
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IT industry growth will remain weak - Times of India 23.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
IT industry growth will remain weak - Times of India
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Not pessimistic on IT jobs, startups should help: RBI Guv Urjit Patel 23.6.2017 News
Remark comes amid reports pointing to a slowdown in IT sector hiring
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Nasscom forecasts single-digit growth for IT sector at 7-8% in FY18 22.6.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
The sector's domestic growth was 8.6% to $38 billion, taking the total to $155 billion
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Indian IT firms look for lateral staff overseas, poach from each other 21.6.2017 News
While top 5 firms have stepped up hiring, Infosys has quoted a promising number of 10,000 people
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Infosys leads poaching war as IT companies rush to ramp up headcount abroad 21.6.2017 ET: IETS
Infosys poached 12 executives from Cognizant, 13 from Capgemini, five from TCS, and eight each from Wipro, Accenture and IBM in the fiscal year ended March.
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Sensex rises as IT stocks rally; state farm loan waiver hits lenders 20.6.2017 Sify Finance
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Meet Ashok Soota, this 74-year-old believes IT still has the zing 19.6.2017 ET: IETS
He’s now talking a $75-million revenue run rate based on the latest quarter. He single-handedly raised $53 million of venture capital.
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From Infy to BAT: Firms wake up to flip side of social media 18.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
From Infy to BAT: Firms wake up to flip side of social media
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From Infy to BAT: Firms wake up to flip side of social media 18.6.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
From Indias Infosys to MNC giant British American Tobacco, companies across the world have begun to realise the severe reputational risks posed by social media alongside the big business opportunities. In their latest regulatory filings and investor communications, a large number of companies have started explaining the risks they face from the increased public scrutiny through the social media, regardless of the factual basis of the assertions being made on these platforms. Some of these companies, including the IT giant Infosys, have expanded such risk factors and feel that responding to such "inaccurate posts" and allegations could divert the attention of their boards and senior management away from the business and adversely impact the companys reputation. An analysis of regulatory filings made by the companies listed in the US shows that a large number of them have flagged such risks in the recent weeks for their reputation as well as for the investor sentiments and share prices. In case of Infosys, ...
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From Infosys to BAT: Firms wake up to flip side of social media 18.6.2017 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
Infosys feels responding to 'inaccurate posts' and allegations could divert the attention
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Using social media to find the right job 18.6.2017 ET: Jobs
Social media is no longer a place for teenagers to post selfies. It can be a powerful tool to make you ready for next career move, to augment job search.
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Wipro flags cybersecurity breaches as potential risk to business 18.6.2017 ET: IETS
The development comes weeks after 'WannaCry' ransomware hit systems across sectors like telecommunications and healthcare in over 100 countries, including India, Russia and the UK.
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Infy appoints Sawhney as group general counsel; Dadlani quits 16.6.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
Infosys, the countrys second-largest software services firm, on Friday announced the appointment of former Wipro executive Inderpreet Sawhney as its group general counsel. Inderpreet will be replacing incumbent Gopi Krishnan Radhakrishnan, who will be leaving the company later this month to pursue other opportunities, the company said. Infosys also informed that Inderpreet will take charge on July 3. Inderpreet, who holds LLB degree from Delhi University and an LLM from Queen's University, Canada, worked as Managing Partner of a midsized law firm in Silicon Valley and has also worked with ITC Limited as in-house counsel before joining Wipro as General Counsel in October 2011. Speaking on the appointment, Infosys Chief Executive Officer Vishal Sikka said he is delighted to welcome Inderpreet to Infosys. "Inderpreet has a strong and diverse, global experience spanning over 24 years, and her expertise will be integral to the transformation journey we are on," he said. In a statement, Infosys also announced ...
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Infosys appoints new global heads for RCL, manufacturing 16.6.2017 ET: IETS
Vaswani and Banga will replace Sandeep Dadlani, President and Head of MRCL, who is leaving the company.
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Sh. Ravi Shankar Prasad Meets the Industry Leaders to Develop a Roadmap for US$1 Trillion Digital Economy 16.6.2017 Govt of india: PIB
Digital India being one of the most important programmes of the Government of India, the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY) today organized a high-level consultation with the industry leaders from IT and ITeS sector with focus on digital financial services and e-commerce.
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Infosys appoints Inderpreet Sawhney as group general counsel 16.6.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Sawhney appointment will be effective from July 3, 2017
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