Green award for Infosys eco-buildings

The LEED rating system is a global benchmark for design, construction and operation of high-performance green buildings.

No plans now to return Bengal land: Infosys

IT major Infosys on Monday said it did not have any immediate plans to return the 50-acre plot given by the West Bengal government.

Infosys turnaround is still a distant prospect

The dollar revenue grew by 2.73 percent sequentially which was above street estimates of nearly 1 percent growth.

Infosys ranked leader for reducing carbon footprint

Indian IT bellwether Infosys became Environmental Tracking (ET) carbon ranking leader in 2013 for its greenhouse gas emissions and disclosure practices.

Infosys to combat cyber security threat with Belfast varsity

Indian IT bellwether Infosys Ltd has tied up with Queen`s University in Belfast, Ireland, to combat the global cyber security threat.

Global award for N.R. Narayana Murthy

Indian IT bellwether Infosys` co-founder and chairman emeritus N.R. Narayana Murthy was recently honoured in the US with the James C. Morgan Global Humanitarian Award.

Should Infosys ‘guide’ RBI?

There is apparently nothing common between Infosys, India’s pioneering company in IT domain and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the nation’s central bank. But a closer look shows that of late both have shown remarkable capability in missing targets forecast by them though with contrasting results.

Infy among top 25 Performers in Caring for Climate Initiative

Software major Infosys has been identified as one of the top 25 performers in Caring for Climate Initiative by UN Global Compact and UN Environment Program.

Govt approves creation of 1004 new posts in CISF

The government has approved creation of 1004 new posts in CISF for augmenting security at several public and private installations, including Ahmedabad Airport and Infosys Technologies, Mysore.

Over 1,000 CISF personnel for thermal power plants

Govt has sanctioned more than 1,000 CISF personnel for providing security cover to various thermal power plants across the country besides the Infosys.

Infosys woman manager hangs self

Infosys` assistant manager and former woman journalist Smita Rao, 32, hanged herself at her home Monday due to alleged harassment by her husband Rohit, a software engineer.

Don`t agree with Murthy: Kapil Sibal

Kapil Sibal refused to subscribe to Infosys chief Narayana Murthy`s
view about slump in the quality of education in IITs.

BCCI contacts Infosys to prepare injury database

Concerned over the spate of injuries to its top players, BCCI is in talks with IT Major Infosys for preparing an exhaustive injury-database.

Murthy turns nostalgic at his last Infy AGM

Indian IT bellwether Infosys` founding chairman and chief mentor NR Narayana Murthy turned nostalgic Saturday as he presided for the last time over the blue chip company`s 30th annual general meeting (AGM) her

Infosys, TVS sign up for auspicious `merger`

Bringing two of the country`s top business families together, software major Infosys chief mentor N R Narayana Murthy`s son Rohan on Sunday entered into wedlock with Lakshmi Venu of the TVS group.

Infosys to start new campus in Shanghai

The country`s second largest software exporter Infosys Technologies Saturday said it plans to invest between USD 125-150 million in its new campus in Shanghai, China.

Officials sought bribe but we refused, say Infosys` Pai

Top Infosys official Mohandas Pai has alleged that his company was asked to pay
bribe by government officials to clear projects but it refused
and said files `go missing` when `palms are not greased.`

Infosys likely to set up centre in Bihar

The government has decided to develop an IT park in Bihta, 30 km from Patna.

Infosys techie jumps to death in Hyderabad

A 23-year-old female software
engineer working with Infosys at Gachibowli here allegedly
committed suicide by jumping from a multi-storeyed building in
her office campus, police said.

Not chop shop, but body shop: Schumer

Clarifying his remarks branding Indian IT firms like Infosys as "chop shops", US Senator Charles Schumer has said he meant to call them "body shops".