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Narayana Murthy awarded Honorary doctorate by Royal Holloway University

Narayana Murthy co-founded Infosys, which today specialises in technology services and consulting and employs 70,000 people globally, generating $3 billion in revenues.

'Every obstacle is an opportunity': N R Narayana Murthy

He points out that the primary job of a leader is to bring about transformation which is a work in progress involving hard work, sacrifice and trust.


H D Kumaraswamy seeks Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy's guidance

Murthy suggested to the CM that he should take into confidence non-government organisations working in the city on development issues while planning and implementing urban development projects.

Nandan Nilekani 'excited' about future of Infosys, firm's board terms past differences with Murthy 'unfortunate'

The Board of Infosys, on the other hand, termed the past differences over governance issue with founder NR Narayana Murthy as "unfortunate" and stated that it never intended to cause him "personal distress or anguish".

No payback, it’s pay it forward: Infy’s Generation Ex fuels dreams

Hundreds of former staff, including founders, look at funding start-ups.

Infosystem reboot

Vishal Sikka may just provide the shake-up Infosys needs as it seeks to climb to its former position.


Too early to comment on Modi govt, says Narayana Murthy

The government has been elected with such a wonderful majority. Therefore my best wishes are to them and I hope we will see good days, Murthy said.

Infosys looks beyond its founders to choose its leader: SAP’s Sikka is CEO

Sikka was picked from a short list of four candidates, both from within and outside Infosys.

No standoff with corporates if media sticks to facts: Murthy

Murthy said Gupta’s book “would have a definite place in history when future generations look at what India was like in 2010-2012’’.

India has a long way to go in some sectors, says Infosys chief N R Narayana Murthy

Narayana Murthy said 'in some way it will be more useful to this society than most other societies.'