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Infosys co-founder launches app chronicling Indian IT journey

Infosys co-founder launches app chronicling Indian IT journey

Infosys cofounder S Gopalakrishnan on Sunday launched a new app 'itihaasa' that chronicles the "fascinating journey" of the Indian IT industry since the 1950s

Infosys co-founders Gopalakrishnan, Shibulal sell shares worth Rs 862 crore

Infosys co-founders Gopalakrishnan, Shibulal sell shares worth Rs 862 crore

Two of the billionaire co-founders of software major Infosys, S Gopalakrishnan and S D Shibulal, and some of the latter's family members today sold 7.5 million equity shares of the company for Rs 862 crore on exchanges.

Sudha Gopalakrishnan largest promoter shareholder at Infosys

She held 2,45,89,250 shares accounting for 2.14 percent of the total shareholding, the Bangalore-based firm said in a filing.

Two Infosys co-founders float new venture

Infosys` co-founders S. Gopalakrishnan and S.D. Shibulal have come together again to set up Axilor Ventures, a business incubator to help entrepreneurs and early-stage firms succeed in diverse verticals.

Infosys co-founder donates $1.8 mn for brain research

In January, Gopalakrishnan had donated Rs 225 crore to set up a brain research centre in a joint effort between IISc and a trust formed by him and his wife.

Major events in my life linked to milestones at Infosys: Kris

Reminiscing time spent at the firm he co-created with six other friends in 1981, Infosys non-executive chairman S Gopalakrishnan said many major events in his life are linked to major milestones of Infosys.

Vishal Sikka to be Infosys CEO, MD; Murthy to step down as Chairman

Infosys said the chairman's office would be dissolved and Rohan would leave the company on Saturday.

Infosys names Vishal Sikka CEO; Murthy and son to step down this week

Sikka, who quit SAP in May, comes in after four straight years of narrowing margins at Infosys. He will also be the company's managing director.

Infosys' Executive Council stands dissolved starting FY'15

IT services major Infosys on Friday announced that its top decision-making body, the Executive Council, will be dissolved effective April 1, 2014.

Gopalakrishnan pitches for passage of key economic bills

GDP growth in the second quarter of the fiscal improved to 4.8 percent from 4.4 percent in the preceding three months.

Comeback an exciting yet challenging opportunity: Murthy

At a meeting held in Bangalore, the Board approved appointment of Murthy as Executive Chairman and Additional Director with effect from June 1, 2013.

Infosys recalls Murthy to head the company in challenging days

In a major top management re-shuffle, Infosys on Saturday said it has re-appointed N R Narayana Murthy as Executive Chairman and Additional Director with immediate effect.

S Gopalakrishnan elected as new President of CII

S Gopalakrishnan, Co-Founder and Executive Co-Chairman of Infosys, has been elected as the President of the industry body CII for the year 2013-14.

'Hiring activity in IT sector likely to be muted this year'

Industry-body Nasscom expects a rise in global technology spending and opportunities created through adoption of disruptive technologies to propel growth in FY 2014.

IT sector to see better growth, create more jobs in 2013: Kris

Enthused by improving global economic scenario and a renewed wave of reforms back in India, IT giant Infosys says it is bullish over better growth prospects of IT sector in 2013 and expects greater job creation this year.

2013 to be a better year than 2012: Infosys

Infosys Executive co-Chairman S Gopalakrishnan Thursday said 2013 will be a better year for the USD 100 billion Indian IT industry as economic environment improves and businesses invest in technology.

Infosys's Gopalakrishnan to head govt's cloud computing panel

In cloud computing, end users are not required to buy software or devices as they are provided by service providers on a rental basis.

Satyam scam: HC asks SEBI to defer probe against PWC auditors

In partial relief to Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) auditors Subramani Gopalakrishnan and Sriniwas Talluri, accused in the Rs 14,000 crore Satyam scam, the Bombay High Court on Monday directed market regulator SEBI to commence its inquiry against them from May.