Lesser revenue seen for TCS’ Japan venture

Sitting pretty: (From left) Ajoy Mukherjee, Executive Vice-President and Head-Global Human Resources, Tata Consultancy Services; N Chandrasekaran, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director; Rajesh Gopinathan, Chief Financial Officer; and Phiroz Vandrevala, Director and Head, Global Corporate Affairs, announcing the company’s results in Mumbai on Thursday. - SHASHI ASHIWAL

Tata Consultancy Services will have to settle for less revenue than previously estimated from its proposed joint venture with a unit of Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation.In April, TCS h... »

DoT rejects Vodafone plea to extend licence period

The Department of Telecom has rejected Vodafone’s request to extend its mobile licences in seven circles. These licences were given for a twenty year period and are set to expire in Decembe... »

IGATE inks $200-million multi-year pact with US-based insurance firm

Ashok Vemuri

Barely three quarters after taking over as President and CEO of IGATE Corporation, Ashok Vemuri has clinched the company’s largest multi-year deal ever, worth $200 million, in the second q... »

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