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Indian IT company accused of discrimination against non-Indians

In her lawsuit, American national Tami Sulzberg alleges that at least 90 per cent of the US workforce of San Jose-based Happiest Minds, whose headquarters is in Bangalore, are South Asians, primarily from India.

Industry figures indicate 2018 will be a better year for Indian IT companies

"If you look at the Gartner report, they talked about overall IT spend going up by 4-4.5 per cent this year. I think there is growth. The ability of company to take on growth is critical. I think growth opportunities are there," added Balakrishnan.

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IT company brings new traffic management system to CII

Comprised of specialized cameras, and wired networks, the system can be installed at any of the light points.

Infy crisis pulls market down to largest intra-day fall in 4 months

Sensex, Nifty slip on news of exit of Infosys president BG Srinivas.

Cognizant reshuffles top order

Cognizant said that three senior executives Sumithra Gomatam,Debashis Chatterjee,and Allen Shaheen will assume new responsibilities reporting to Mehta.

Briefly Business: Infosys settles US visa cases for $34 million

Infosys will pay $34 million to settle all the visa related issues it had with the various US government agencies.

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IT firm run by Indian-Americans to fix Obamacare website

Founded in 1997 by Tony Singh,QSSI is one of the top IT companies in the healthcare sector.

15 rob IT firm,assault guards

A gang of 15 robbed an IT company based in Hinjewadi after beating and tying up security guards and fled with goods worth Rs 51 lakh in the early hours of Monday.

HP,Mindtree tie up for application testing

IT company Mindtree has selected HP Software to offer application testing solutions.

When Infosys had a big fall

Global giant. Now,Infosys is just a pale shadow of its former self. What went wrong?

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