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Infosys to acquire 75 per cent in ABN AMRO arm for €127.5 million

As part of the deal, Infosys will acquire 75 per cent stake in Stater, while the remaining 25 per cent will continue to be held by ABN Amro, Infosys said in a statement.

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Infosys Q3 profit falls 29.6 per cent, misses estimates

Last year, it made a profit of 51.29 billion rupees, helped by tax benefits from the firm's deal with the US Internal Revenue Service.

Infosys appoints Nilanjan Roy as Chief Financial Officer

Nilanjan Roy, joins Infosys from Bharti Airtel where he currently holds the position of Global Chief Financial Officer.

JNU professor who was removed as Dean awarded Infosys Prize

Singh, an art historian, was given the award for her “extraordinarily illuminating study of Mughal, Rajput and Deccan art

July-September quarter: Infosys sticks to FY19 guidance

The company’s net profit during the period was up 13 per cent sequentially at Rs 4,110 crore, while consolidated revenue grew 7.7 per cent quarter-on-quarter to Rs 20,609 crore, with digital business accounting for 31 per cent of the total revenues.

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Infosys built its global machine with Indian workers, can it adjust to Donald Trump’s ‘Hire American’?

Infosys is staring at two daunting challenges to its long-successful business model, which generated $2.5 billion in profit in its last fiscal year.

Infosys loses arbitration case, asked to pay ex-CFO Rajiv Bansal Rs 12.17 crore with interest

Infosys had agreed to pay Rajiv Bansal a severance amount of Rs17.38 crore or 24 months of salary, but the company suspended payments after he got Rs 5 crore as co-founders objected to the severance pay as being excessive in nature.

Infosys CFO M D Ranganath resigns

M D Ranganath, popularly called Ranga, will continue in his current position as chief financial officer till November 16, 2018, Infosys said in a stock exchange filing, without giving a reason for the resignation.

India's Infosys retains revenue forecast as seeks recovery

India's second-biggest IT firm Infosys Ltd retained its revenue outlook for the fiscal year to March, with its chief executive upbeat about demand for the company's services in the key markets of the United States and Europe.

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