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Infosys Ltd (INFY.NS)

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Mon, Mar 20 2017

MEDIA-Infosys decides not to apply for H-1B visas for junior staff - Economic Times

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BRIEF-Infosys says Housing Bank Algeria selects Infosys Finacle to power operations

* Says Housing Bank Algeria selects Infosys Finacle to power its operations Source text - (http://bit.ly/2mRt7JV) Further company coverage:

MEDIA-HP-Infosys, Fidelity Information eye India Post Payment Bank project - Economic Times

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BRIEF-Infosys Ltd approves revision of remuneration to COO Pravin Rao

* Says approves recommendation in remuneration to COO UB Pravin Rao

BUZZ-India's Infosys falls; co probes complaint over Panaya acquisition

** Shares of IT services provider Infosys fall as much as 2.6 pct to 987 rupees

TCS announces up to $2.4 billion share buyback

MUMBAI India's top software services exporter Tata Consultancy Services(TCS) will buy back shares worth up to 160 billion rupees ($2.4 billion), it said on Monday, adding to pressure on similarly cash-rich rival Infosys to follow suit.

TCS announces up to $2.4 billion share buyback

MUMBAI India's top software services exporter Tata Consultancy Services(TCS) will buy back shares worth up to 160 billion rupees ($2.4 billion), it said on Monday, adding to pressure on similarly cash-rich rival Infosys to follow suit.

UPDATE 2-India's TCS announces up to $2.4 bln share buyback

* Buyback priced at substantial premium to Friday's closing price

MEDIA-India's capital markets regulator examining letter from Infosys whistleblower - Economic Times

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Infosys seeks to reassure investors over governance

MUMBAI IT services group Infosys on Tuesday reassured investors and analysts it was not being distracted by a dispute with its founders over how it was being managed.

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