BANGALORE - Terming the move of the U.S.
THE DROP: Infosys Technologies Ltd., India's second-largest software services company, said quarterly profit fell as a weak euro ate into overseas earnings.
THIRUVANTHAPURAM - Infosys Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Kris Gopalakrishnan expressed confidence that the growth in Information Technology industry has returned.
NEW YORK - IBM Corp. delivered first-quarter results slightly above analyst expectations Monday, providing another sign of a recovery in the technology industry.
A look at economic developments and activity in major stock markets around the world Tuesday: BEIJING - Chinese President Hu Jintao rebuffed U.S.
- Infosys says quarterly profit up 8.7 percent
- Malaysia PM asks Indian businessmen to invest in biosciences, information technology
- Ahead of the Bell: Infosys shares climb
- Infosys BPO planning acquisitions, hiring
- Manager level certification in software testing launched
- Infosys offers multi-function human resource solutions
- Microsoft launches on-demand e-mail solutions in India
- CII to host India IT Summit 2009 in Kerala next month
- Wipro results round out strong Indian tech earnings
- Microsoft launches Windows 7 in India
- Indian IT industry can bounce to double-digit growth: Infosys (Interview)
- Infosys profit falls 0.9 pct but outlook improves
- Wipro to open development centre in Australia
- West Bengal needs to ‘re-prioritise’ land for industry: NASSCOM
- Sonia salutes India’s IT success
- Kerala’s IT sector to have 200,000 jobs in 5 years: official
- Analyst sees offshore IT sector slump bottoming
- Slowdown opens new vistas for Indian outsourcing
- Infosys signs strategic agreement with Bancolombia
- West Bengal acquires 200 acres for IT project
- India’s IT, outsourcing revenues seen at $63 bn this fiscal
- ‘Big mistake’ if US blocks overseas skilled workers: Bill Gates
- Bill Gates says US curb on skilled migrant labour will be a ‘mistake’
- CIT Group, Chevron, AIG are big movers
- India's Infosys says quarterly profit up 1.6 pct
- Orissa’s software exports grew by 39 percent in 2008-09
- Software sector hails tax holiday extension
- Israeli IT firms to bid for unique ID card project
- Indian PM should induct more professionals in government, says Silicon Valley’s Kanwal Rekhi (Interview)
- Nandan Nilekani to head national identity card project
- Tata Consultancy eyes e-governance projects
- Chandigarh region’s software exports grow 31 percent
- Infosys To Hire 1,000 People in US within a Year or So
- Obama tax move won’t affect Indian firms, Murthy to president
- India’s Outsourcing is not yet hit by Obama’s biased tax plan and may not ever: Nasscom