Despite corporate governance norms that are robust, why does corporate India witness governance crises rather periodically?
What Nandan Nilekani did and said in his first 24 hours on the job at Infosys.
Parekh will get Rs 2.37 crore as initial variable pay for the first three months of 2018.
Salil Parekh to take over nearly five months after Vishal Sikka’s exit.
This is the second time that Infosys has roped in an external candidate for the CEO role.
Nilekani’s return has brought in a sense of stability at the board level, said UB Pravin Rao.
Nandan Nilekani returns to lead Infosys within days of Vishal Sikka’s exit.
Why former Infoscions Mohandas Pai and V Balakrishnan want Ravi Venkatesan to step down from the Infosys board.
Not all promoters may have shared Narayana Murthy’s concerns.
Who’s to blame for the exit of Vishal Sikka? Sikka, Murthy or the Infosys board?
Ashburton Investments has been increasing its holding in the Indian IT sector for some time now.
Vishal Sikka resigns as Infosys CEO after heightened acrimony between the board and its founders.
A split between the founders and professional management preceded Vishal Sikka’s exit from Infosys
Infosys’ public shareholders lose more than Rs 20,000 crore in one day.
Murthy responds to statements by the Infosys board as the war of words continues.
If clients start deserting Infosys, it will be a really bad news for the IT giant, Sudin Apte says
Infosys faces biggest single day fall in over nine months after Vishal Sikka resigned.
Here’s the full text of Infosys board’s statement to the exchanges on Sikka’s resignation.
On a day when he resigned as CEO of Infosys, Vishal Sikka penned down his thoughts on his personal blog
The decision has more to do with the changing business environment than wooing Trump administration, says Sikka.