By Basab Pradhan on August 20, 2011
Yesterday, N R Narayana Murthy retired from Infosys. In a touching farewell in Bangalore, friends and colleagues, present and past, bade him goodbye. There were breaking voices amongst the speakers and moist eyes in the audience. It was a great send-off for a great leader. To Indians, everywhere, Narayana Murthy, means something special. For those [...]
By Jason Busch on September 27, 2010
For anyone who has spent time in India traveling a longer distance that it takes to get from an airport into a city or office complex, it quickly becomes abundantly clear that the country’s infrastructure is not up to the task of …
By Phil Fersht on June 2, 2010
If anyone had told you a few years ago that Wipro would have a market cap of more than $30bn, you would have made a few discreet calls to their doctor, or perhaps their math teacher. But today, the Bangalore-headquartered firm has firmly shed the tag of That Indian IT firm which makes the vegetable oil, to become a genuine leading global IT services and BPO enterprise, with 105,000 employees.
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