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Infosys Ltd (INFY.NS)

INFY.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

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28 Apr 2017
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Mon, Apr 24 2017

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Infosys in process of adding two new members to board - report

Infosys Ltd, India's second biggest software services exporter, is in the process of expanding its board of directors by inducting two more members, CNBC TV18 reported on Monday.

Infosys in process of adding two new members to board - report

April 24 Infosys Ltd, India's second biggest software services exporter, is in the process of expanding its board of directors by inducting two more members, CNBC TV18 reported on Monday.

BRIEF-India's Infosys says continues to invest in local communities in which co operates

* Says statement on U.S. president's latest executive order on H-1B visas

Infosys to return $2 billion to shareholders, appoints co-chairman

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Infosys set a $2 billion cash return to shareholders and appointed an independent director as co-chairman, moves that may placate a group of founders and former executives who have criticised India's second-biggest software services exporter.

UPDATE 3-Infosys to return $2 bln to shareholders, appoints co-chairman

* CEO: $20 bln revenue target by 2020 "incredibly difficult thing" (Adds CEO comment on revenue target)

Indian shares hit by Infosys; Sensex posts worst weekly loss of year

Indian shares ended lower on Thursday, with the Sensex posting its biggest weekly loss of the year, after Infosys Ltd gave lower-than-expected annual revenue guidance and disappointed with the size of its planned share buyback.

Infosys to return $2 billion to shareholders, appoints co-chairman

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Infosys set a $2 billion cash return to shareholders and appointed an independent director as co-chairman, moves that may placate a group of founders and former executives who have criticised India's second-biggest software services exporter.

Indian shares hit by Infosys; BSE posts worst weekly loss of year

April 13 Indian shares ended lower on Thursday, with the BSE index posting its biggest weekly loss of the year, after Infosys Ltd gave lower-than-expected annual revenue guidance and disappointed with the size of its planned share buyback.

BRIEF-Infosys' exec says incredibly difficult to achieve $20 bln revenue target by 2020

* Exec says incredibly difficult to achieve $20 billion revenue target by 2020

Infosys cash return is a welcome distraction

MUMBAI (Reuters Breakingviews) - Infosys' cash return is a useful distraction from bigger questions. Boss Vishal Sikka is following his rivals at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and HCL Technologies in returning up to $2 billion of its unused war chest. The payout will help lift some of the gloom around the Indian IT firm, which has been beset by worries about slowing growth and top-level disagreements.

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