Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Monday, Feb 09, 2004
Mood upbeat as Nasscom draws to a close
US cos `satisfied' with outsourcing.
Infrastructure must to draw BPO investments: Nasscom-KPMG study.
BPO sector to grow 60 pc this year: Giga.
Democrat hopefuls denounce job shifts.
Can Penny Black tech help MS block spam?
Compass 2004 sees Rs 100 cr deals.
Cable & Wireless to outsource more work.
Cell user base at 29.77m in Jan.
Indian IT majors abusing L1 visas, say: US unions; Cos refute charge.
Be seen as value creators, not job stealers: Murthy.
Govt, Nasscom must adopt low-key approach to BPO backlash.
MS to scale up India operations.
Xansa unfazed, to beef up India team.
Indian software cos can tap $ 44b US spend on security.
Samsung mulls mobile phone manufacture here.
Data Access IPO to hit market in March.
Tata Tele eyes 10m extra lines by '05.
Nasscom 2004: Software services, BPO need different biz models; Offshoring is win-win trend, says McKinsey.
Lower ARPU, but cell cos earnings up 12 pc.
Australian union upset over Telstra HR job shifts.
CMC sounds alert over rising attrition rate prior to govt divestment.
VSNL doing due diligence of Dishnet.
Tata Tele pays Rs 417 cr fee for 11 new circles.
Hutch to invest Rs 1700 cr on expansion.
Cisco sales leap 15 pc to signal rebound.
Goldman to set up BPO unit in India.
Global BPO sector saves 80 pc costs through India.
Mini-budget: BPO tax regime stays; industry disappointed.
Reliance Info raises mobile tariffs.
Pioneer Online plans Rs 10 cr expansion.
VSNL advances investments in Tata Tele.
Now, move in Ohio to bar outsourcing.
Global chip sales surge 28 pc in Dec quarter.
TRAI says IUC no case for tariff hike.
Spectrum no longer free for govt.
Nasscom 04 to focus on security concerns.
Amkette see 40 pc growth in computer essentials.
Kale Consultants Q3 net up at Rs 1.74 cr.
Ravi Venkatesan is MS India chairman.
US raises pitch on outsourcing.
US experts presage fresh anti-BPO Bills.
Mobile tariffs shoot up; new interconnection usage charges take effect.
BSNL users unaffected.
Huawei plans to outsource 1000 jobs to Indian vendors; to up headcount inBangalore.
UK against law on outsourcing.
We need a few more deals to validate BSP concept: Phaneesh Murthy.
Wipro gains from higher outsourcing by telecom firms.
TiE lines up slew of VCs to invest in IT, Biotech firms.
Reliance Info plans to raise Rs 5000 cr domestic debt.
Data Access plans Rs 150 cr IPO.
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