Bharti Airtel, one of India’s largest telecommunications service providers, announced on Monday that it has acquired a strategic stake in Juggernaut Books, a popular digital platform to discover and read high quality, affordable books and to submit amateur writing. The investment is in line with Airtel’s endeavour to build an open content ecosystem and bring…
Salil Parekh overcame long odds to become Infosys Ltd.’s choice for its next chief executive officer. He now faces at least as challenging a task in getting the iconic Indian outsourcing company back on track. The low-key, 53-year-old from Capgemini SE was named to the helm of Infosys Saturday, beating out a field of internal…
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Infosys Chairman Nandan Nilekani will oversee a smoother transition of running the country’s second-largest software exporter once CEO-designate Salil S Parekh takes over in January, learning from the culture clash encountered during former chief executive officer Vishal Sikka’s tenure.
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Infosys, India’s No.2 IT services company, named Salil S Parekh as chief executive on Saturday, picking an outsider for the job for a second time and handing him the twin challenges of reviving growth and forging peace between its founders and board following
After well over a decade with Capgemini, Salil Parekh is returning home to head unsettled Indian software services firm Infosys, where he will seek to replicate his success in notching up record growth at the divisions he ran.