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Prosenjit Datta
New Delhi, Edition:November 19, 2017

Will CEO Satya Nadella's game plan work?

Coimbatore, May 21, 2017
Leading commercial vehicles maker, Tata Motors has launched its new BS IV-ready medium and heavy duty trucks with 'exhaust gas recirculation' (EGR) and 'selective catalytic reduction' (SCR) technologies in Tamil Nadu.
Delhi, February 9, 2017
US-based IT major Cognizant today posted a 1.8 per cent fall in net profit at USD 416 million for the December quarter, while its board okayed a plan to return USD 3.4 billion to shareholders over two years.
August 18, 2016
Companies that traditionally have made most of their money selling computers, chips, servers, routers and other equipment are especially vulnerable, analysts say, as mobile applications and cloud computing become increasingly important.
Venkatesha Babu
July 19, 2016
A recent bill introduced in US Congress would seriously handicap any company's ability to hire workers on H-1B and L1 visas -which are temporary work visas. This is clearly targeted at Indian IT companies, which significantly rely on them.
Venkatesha Babu
December 18, 2015
The $146 billion Indian Information Technology (IT) industry, which employs 3.1 million people, is at a crossroads.
Gyan Nagpal
Edition:June 7, 2015
Talent is the scarcest resource in business and it's time to invest in the talent economy for growth. Here are four steps to reboot reactive talent agendas.
Goutam Das
November 6, 2013
Malcolm Frank, Executive Vice President of Strategy at Cognizant, spoke to Business Today on what is working for India's second largest IT exporter.
Goutam Das
August 23, 2013
Big data - the need to manage it, crunch it and use it to generate more revenues is resulting in a new category of executives in the United States - the Chief Data Officer or CDO.
Associated Press
San Francisco, October 25, 2012
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer can't afford to be wrong about Windows 8. The world's largest software maker will unveil in New York today a dramatic overhaul of its Windows operating system.
Somnath Dasgupta
Edition:July 10, 2011
Many historic companies have weathered technological and political upheavals. Others have been less fortunate.
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