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Tata Consultancy Services CFO V. Ramakrishnan To Retire
Tata Consultancy Services Approves Share Buyback Of 160 Bln Rupees
India's Tata Consultancy Services Sept-Qtr Consol Net Profit Falls 7.1%
Tata Consultancy Services Limited (TCS) is engaged in providing information technology (IT) services, digital and business solutions. The Company's segments include banking, finance and insurance services (BFSI); manufacturing; retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG); telecom, media and entertainment, and others, such as energy, resources and utilities, hi-tech, life science and healthcare, s-Governance, travel, transportation and hospitality, and other products. Its services portfolio consists of IT and assurance services, business intelligence and performance management, business process services, cloud services, connected marketing solutions, consulting, engineering and industrial services, enterprise solutions, IT infrastructure services, mobility products and services and platform solutions. Its software offerings include Digital Software and Solutions, TCS BaNCS and TCS MasterCraft, among others. It serves industries, including insurance, healthcare, retail, telecom and others.
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9th Floor Nirmal Building Nariman Point
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N Ganapathy Subramaniam
Chief Operating Officer, Non-Independent, Executive Director
Executive Vice President and Global Head – Human Resources
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Germany's Deutsche Bank is in talks to sell IT services division Postbank Systems, people with knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.
Indian shares ended higher for a sixth session as buyback plans from Tata Consultancy Services and Wipro powered the main stock index to a level last seen in February.
Indian shares jumped on Thursday as IT stocks gained after Tata Consultancy Services decided to buy back up to $2.2 billion in shares and smaller-rival Wipro said it would also consider stock repurchase.
Indian shares rose on Thursday as IT stocks gained after Tata Consultancy Services decided to buy back up to $2.2 billion in shares and smaller-rival Wipro said it would consider stock repurchase.
Tata Consultancy Services said on Wednesday it would buy back shares worth up to 160 billion rupees ($2.18 billion), and reported a fall in quarterly profit as it set aside 12.18 billion rupees to cover legal fees related to a U.S. lawsuit.
Indian shares ended higher on Wednesday, as Reliance Industries surged after securing a $750 million investment and Titan Company touched its highest in seven months after flagging a strong recovery at its jewellery division.
Indian shares were flat in early trade on Wednesday as investors awaited the second-quarter earnings season to be kicked off by IT bellwether Tata Consultancy Services, while fading hopes of a U.S. stimulus package weighed on the broader sentiment.
Indian shares ended higher on Monday as Tata Consultancy Services' market capitalisation touched 10 trillion rupees ($136.46 billion) on share buyback plans and banking stocks gained after the government said it would waive interest levies on some loans under moratorium.
Indian shares rose on Monday, helped by gains in Reliance Industries after it secured investments close to the tune of $1.86 billion over the past four days, while Tata Consultancy Services climbed after saying it would consider buying back shares.
Indian shares fell for a sixth straight session on Thursday, dragged by sharp declines at Tata Consultancy Services following a shareholder spat at its parent group and Oil and Natural Gas Corp after a fire broke out at its unit.
** India's IT services subindex on the NSE rises as much as 3.4% to hit a record high of 19,257 points, after strong Q2 outlook from HCL Technologies lifts sentiment across the sector
Indian software company Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS) posted a near 14% drop in first-quarter profit on Thursday, that also missed estimates, as the COVID-19 pandemic forced its clients to cut spending on IT services.
Indian software behemoth Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS) reported a lower first-quarter profit on Thursday, missing estimates, as the COVID-19 pandemic forced its clients to cut spending on IT services.
* SAYS REVENUE IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN QUARTER PLAYED OUT BROADLY ALONG LINES CO HAD ANTICIPATED AT START OF QUARTER
* GETS LETTER FROM MARKETS REGULATOR WARNING CO TO BE CAREFUL WITH DISCLOSURES
* SANOFI: FDA APPROVES DUPIXENT® (DUPILUMAB) AS FIRST BIOLOGIC MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN AGED 6 TO 11 YEARS WITH MODERATE-TO-SEVERE ATOPIC DERMATITIS
* DIRECTORS DECIDED TO MODERATE EXECUTIVE REMUNERATION FOR FY 20 TO CONSERVE RESOURCES
(This April 20 story corrects company name to TCS in fourth paragraph)
Shares of Tata Consultancy Services Ltd rose as much as 7.9% on Friday as investors shrugged off the software service firm's warning on coronavirus risks to focus on sales wins and its promise to push ahead with hiring this year.
** Top Indian IT exporters slip after sector heavyweight Wipro flags uncertainties and challenges due to the coronavirus outbreak, suspends qtrly revenue guidance
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