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PTI
October 15, 2020
Over the past few years, Indian IT firms have significantly increased hiring in the US and other international markets as these countries have taken steps to tighten their work visa regimes


E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, December 11, 2019
Buoyed by big deals and focus on digital, CP Gurnani is looking at industry-beating growth


Goutam Das and Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, September 30, 2019
CEO Brian Humphries's growth agenda has two components. An employee agenda, or making sure that the manpower is skilled and motivated. Second, making sure that the company is in a position to invest


BusinessToday.In
June 11, 2019
Share Market Update: Top index gainers in NSE pack today were Zee Entertainment, ONGC, YES Bank, Tata Motors and JSW Steel. Top losers of today's closing session were Indiabulls Housing Finance, Sun Pharma, M&M, Dr. Reddy and Tech Mahindra.


Nevin john
New Delhi, January 7, 2019
How it became India's fourth most valuable group and what it is doing to stay on top.


BusinessToday.in
December 22, 2017
Tata Consultancy Services, India's largest IT exporter has bagged a $2.25 billion outsourcing contract from television ratings company Nielsen. The deal is the largest ever secured by an Indian IT firm.


Nevin John
New Delhi, November 25, 2017
TCS under Rajesh Gopinathan continues its growth momentum despite industry disruption, US visa restrictions.


Nevin John
Delhi, July 19, 2017
N. Chandrasekaran is doing his best to restore normalcy at the Tata Group after the acrimonious exit of Cyrus Mistry. But his problems are many.


Nevin John
New Delhi, January 12, 2017
N Chandrasekaran was selected from a list of celebrated executives- which also included Tata's half brother Noel among other heads of some multinational giants. He was the favourite from the beginning, considering the performance of TCS and his closeness with Ratan Tata.


Goutam Das
New Delhi, January 12, 2017
Chandra never attended any management school. Nor does he read much management literature. His lessons in running a company have come from real-life experiences.


Shamni Pande
March 3, 2015
Business Today's ninth listing of the best and the brightest corporate performers under 40.


Sunny Sen
August 11, 2011
Mid-sized IT companies scramble to remain relevant as cost arbitraging falters.


PTI
Mumbai, July 2, 2011
Media has reported that income tax authorities have initiated scrutiny of country's biggest software exporter TCS for claiming tax benefits on onshore services.


www.businesstoday.in
October 15, 2008
The year 2007 was remarkable for virtually every asset class. Money Today reached out to experts on stocks, real estate, mutual funds and commodities for their views on the way the markets will pan out in the coming times.


Narayan Krishnamurthy and Devangshu Datta
November 28, 2007
When shopping for fruit, you can get foxed by vendors selling apples of the same size and colour, at different prices. Investors face similar confusion when buying stocks.


T.V. Mahalingam
July 6, 2010
They say they touch more consumers than any other Indian company — and it's not just with soaps, locks and cupboards.


Rahul Sachitanand
August 6, 2009
Azim Premji’s elder sonRishad is on the rise at Wipro. It may be early days yet to herald him as a successor, but the current joint CEO structure—which is going swimmingly for now—may be a stop-gap arrangement.


Rahul Sachitanand
April 30, 2009
Satyam’s apparent low valuation wasn’t exciting enough to attract the top tier of IT services—Indian and global—towards a risk-riddled acquisition.


www.businesstoday.in
April 29, 2008
From a long list of names, we finally picked 10 that stood out for the uniqueness of their businesses or rapid growth. Our second annual listing of the most happening young ventures.


Kapil Bajaj
November 13, 2007
As India Inc. racks up acquisitions overseas, it’s come square up against a new challenge: managing across cultures. Here’s how industry vanguards are dealing with it.


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