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Scion bringing nautical themed xB to SEMA Show

With the automaker's support of the aftermarket and a veritable army of customizers putting their individual spins on their xBs, tCs, and xDs, the Scion booth is always home to crazy customs and tricked-out tuners.

By November 1, 2010


India's TCS continues hiring spree

Tata Consultancy Services plans to hire an additional 30,000 employees over the next 12 months, expanding in China.

By April 18, 2006


TCS buys banking software maker for $26 million

Tata Consultancy Services buys Australian firm to boost product lineup for customers in banking and financial sectors.

October 20, 2005


India's TCS on a hiring spree

Tata Consultancy Services' headcount to grow nearly 30 percent, signaling the emerging strength of Indian tech services firms.

By June 22, 2005


Indian outsourcing firm rakes in $2 billion

Yearly figures top $2 billion, but fourth-quarter growth at TCS, India's largest software company, is flat.

April 19, 2005


FBI supplier readies secure Linux

A new version of the operating system has been built by TCS, which sells software to U.S. intelligence agencies.

By October 20, 2004


Indian consultancy wins big IT deal

Tata Consultancy Services has won a two-year, $100 million deal to provide diagnostics company GE Medical Systems with global IT services. Mumbai, India-based TCS will work with the integration, development and management of various supply-chain management and customer-relationship management systems. The project will be launched in the United States and in more than 30 other countries in Europe and Asia, including Singapore. Initially, 200 TCS staff will be involved, and a total of 600 TCS employees are expected to work on the project over its duration. Prior to the announcement, TCS had been providing IT services to GE Medical Systems, which is based in Waukesha, Wis., for the last 18 months. The company underwent a two-month evaluation before winning the contract. Yong Shu Chiang reported from Singapore. To read the full story, visit CNETAsia.

By April 19, 2002


Short Take: Convergent Networks to acquire telecom software provider

Start-up Convergent Networks, a maker of high-speed network switches, said it plans to acquire telecommunications software provider Technology Control Services (TCS) in a stock merger transaction. Though terms were not disclosed, Convergent chief executive John Thibault said the deal's worth was "significantly north of $100 million." The 100-employee TCS, based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., makes software called a "softswitch" that allows a communications network operator to easily build and provision new software services for its customers. The company will offer the combined technology in the fourth quarter of this year, according to executives. Convergent currently has four announced customers for its set of broadband switching devices.

July 12, 2000