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  • Top-seven Companies Add Rs 76,793 Crore in Market Valuation; TCS Shines

    Top-seven Companies Add Rs 76,793 Crore in Market Valuation; TCS Shines

    Amid a strong stock market where the benchmark Sensex gained 485.19 points or 1.89 per cent, top-seven companies, including RIL, ITC, CIL, HDFC Bank, Infosys and HDFC, saw surge in their m-cap.

  • Wipro Sinks 8% as Q1 Growth Lags Infosys, TCS

    Wipro Sinks 8% as Q1 Growth Lags Infosys, TCS

    Traders, however, pointed that Wipro's revenues growth paled in comparision to Infosys' 2 per cent sequential dollar revenue growth and TCS' stupendous 5.5 per cent sequential growth. The June quarter is traditionally considered to be a strong one fo...

  • Why IDFC Securities is Still Bullish on TCS

    Why IDFC Securities is Still Bullish on TCS

    Hitesh Shah of IDFC Securities says despite its size TCS, remains the fastest growing IT services company in the offshore space and to that extent the premium valuation of TCS is justified.

  • Hiring in IT-BPM to Go Up 6 Per Cent in 2014: Nasscom

    Hiring in IT-BPM to Go Up 6 Per Cent in 2014: Nasscom

    An improving global economic sentiment and a rise in technology spend are expected to drive hiring in the Indian IT-BPM sector, pushing net hiring up 6 per cent this year, industry body Nasscom said on Wednesday.

  • TCS Market Value Tops Rs 5 Lakh Crore for First Time

    TCS Market Value Tops Rs 5 Lakh Crore for First Time

    TCS is the first Indian company to hit cross the Rs 5 trillion mark. TCS' nearest rival, in terms of market cap, is state-run ONGC (Rs 3.5 lakh crore). Reliance Industries, India's biggest company by sales, ranks third by market cap (Rs 3.3 lakh cror...

  • Buy ACC, Grasim; Sell Infosys Today: Sanjeev Bhasin

    Buy ACC, Grasim; Sell Infosys Today: Sanjeev Bhasin

    With macro-economic improvement Indian bourses could outperform amid present geo-political risks.

  • ICICI Bank, 7 Others Gain Rs 72,259 Crore in Market Value

    ICICI Bank, 7 Others Gain Rs 72,259 Crore in Market Value

    The market valuation of top eight Sensex companies surged by Rs 72,259 crore last week, with ICICI Bank, ONGC and State Bank of India (SBI) emerging as the major gainers.

  • TCS Soars Over 4% to Near Record-High on 'Superlative' Q1

    TCS Soars Over 4% to Near Record-High on 'Superlative' Q1

    TCS posted a consolidated net profit of Rs 5,058 crore on sales of Rs 22,111 crore in the first quarter. Analysts polled by NDTV had estimated the company to report a net profit of Rs 4,852 crore on sales of Rs 22,044 crore.

  • TCS Looks to Digital Technology to Boost Growth

    TCS Looks to Digital Technology to Boost Growth

    He said digital technology, which includes cloud computing and mobile applications, was a "multi-billion dollar opportunity" for IT outsourcing services providers.

  • Former US Employees of Infosys Allege 'Hindi' Bias, File Lawsuit

    Former US Employees of Infosys Allege 'Hindi' Bias, File Lawsuit

    Former US employees of Indian software services firm Infosys have filed a lawsuit against it alleging discrimination because of their inability to communicate in Hindi, a charge denied by the company as "false and baseless".

  • Infosys Co-founder Donates $1.8 million for Brain Research

    Infosys Co-founder Donates $1.8 million for Brain Research

    "Senapathy Gopalakrishnan has donated $1.8 million to CMU to establish a research partnership between CMU and the Center for Brain Research (CBR) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bangalore," a statement said today.

  • Sensex in Narrow Range, Bajaj Auto Skids

    Sensex in Narrow Range, Bajaj Auto Skids

    BSE Sensex and Nifty were moderately higher in afternoon trade on Thursday after rising sharply in the previous two sessions. Gains in metal, capital goods and power stocks were offset by some profit-taking in realty, auto and oil & gas stocks.

  • TCS Sales Seen at Rs 22,044 Crore in Q1; Margins Set to Fall

    TCS Sales Seen at Rs 22,044 Crore in Q1; Margins Set to Fall

    In rupee terms, TCS is expected to post a 2.9 per cent quarter-on-quarter rise in sales at Rs 22,044 crore, though operating margins are seen lower at 26 per cent as compared to 29.1 per cent in the previous quarter. Lower margins will translate into...

  • Buy Exide Industries, Sell Bajaj Auto Today: Sanjeev Bhasin

    Buy Exide Industries, Sell Bajaj Auto Today: Sanjeev Bhasin

    The weakness in crude prices and Reserve Bank's sop for infrastructure and housing sectors have turned the sentiment with foreign flows turning positive.

  • Buy BPCL, Sell TCS, Infosys Today: Sanjeev Bhasin

    Buy BPCL, Sell TCS, Infosys Today: Sanjeev Bhasin

    Earnings season and improving economic fundamentals would be the key positives as Budget woes get discounted. The Nifty will face resistance around 7,530 any any crossover can take it up to 7,620.

  • Consulting, IT Services Clash Behind Infosys Exodus: Ambit

    Consulting, IT Services Clash Behind Infosys Exodus: Ambit

    According to Ambit, Infosys hired senior people at high salaries to provide consulting services, but focused on very high-end strategic consulting, which did not have as much synergy with the IT business. Consulting margins were low at 9 per cent for...

  • Sensex Falls for Fifty Day, Infosys Slides 3 Per Cent

    Sensex Falls for Fifty Day, Infosys Slides 3 Per Cent

    The BSE Sensex remained under pressure on Monday, extending its losing streak to the fifth day as foreign investors turned sellers.

  • Sensex Edges Lower as Overseas Investors Sell

    Sensex Edges Lower as Overseas Investors Sell

    Infosys Ltd led the fall on profit-taking after gaining 1 per cent in the previous session as the company's earnings beat expectations. The stock gained 10.8 per cent in June and 2.2 per cent so far this month as of Friday.

  • Sensex Falls Below 25,000; Infosys Slides 4%

    Sensex Falls Below 25,000; Infosys Slides 4%

    BSE Sensex and Nifty struggled for the fifth day in a row, retreating further after posting its biggest weekly loss since December 2011 on Friday. Continued profit-taking and some disappointment over the Budget's lack of specifics had triggered a sel...

  • Infosys Falls Over 4% as Q1 Fails to Impress

    Infosys Falls Over 4% as Q1 Fails to Impress

    Shares in Infosys fell as much as 4.23 per cent to Rs 3,185.80 on Monday after analysts said its growth revival will take time.

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