Help desk, desk-side services, infrastructure, and application support have been outsourced to the Indian firm.
On the eve of the G-20 meeting near London, Nandan Nilekani urges continued free flow of labor and free trade as best remedy to the global economic crisis
CNET News.com's Reporters' Roundtable reacts to the Infosys CEO's predictions for the future of outsourcing. Hear the group discuss what could happen next.
Infosys Technologies posts strong quarterly results, another sign that India-based companies are faring well.
Two politicians, who are backing a bill designed to prevent foreigners from displacing Americans, want more information from nine companies, including heavy hitters Wipro and Infosys, about their visa practices.
Despite lingering anti-outsourcing sentiment in the U.S., Infosys Chairman N.R. Narayana Murthy tells CNET News.com's Charles Cooper why the momentum behind this global trend is far from spent. The interview took place in Fremont, Calif., on May 2, 2006.
After Facebook joins the Nasdaq 100, the stock exchange drops EA, Marvell, and VeriSign from its collection of the largest 100 nonfinancial companies trading on the stock exchange.
Social-networking company's stock will be added to stock market's collection of largest companies on December 12.
Budgets are tight everywhere but take a lesson from one Indian outsource giant, where employee education and retraining remains a corporate priority.
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