why would d`souza come to infosys? he is already heading a more successful company. phaneesh murthy is out of the question because of his history. he will bring bad press with him. choosing nilekani is a regressive step. if HT is to be believed, it is going to be malcolm frank from CTS. his growth
7.03 PM May 29th
heard on the street _Narain Murthy`s Fav Phaneesh Murthy ...might become the CEO of Infosys. He has excellent command on USA market and is said to be one the best sales guy in the industry. Leave aside his womaniser saga, He has performed well in all the previous assignments. Second option
6.45 PM May 29th
aindia, it gels with our original thinking and my earlier technical update, It is all being headquartered from another country starting in "I", and they are talking ROI, Phaneesh Murthy was the last one to have guts to talk that way in consulting but he still invited a lot of skepticism, when
10.13 AM Mar 16th
Source:FirstPost - New Delhi: After getting sacked from iGate as its CEO for not disclosing a sexual relationship with a colleague, Phaneesh Murthy is starting afresh and will offerconsultancy services in areas like business strategy and restructuring."I hope to work with technology firms
3.15 PM Dec 15th 2013
Source:FirstPost - Phaneesh Murthy, the twice disgraced IT executive, is all set to fight back.iGate had sacked Murthy as CEO in May on sexual assault charges. He has now filed a case of defamation and breach of contract against the company, reports TheTimes of India today.iGate had fired Murthy
1.00 PM Dec 9th 2013
Source:FirstPost - New Delhi: Moving towards a decentralised leadership model, IT services major iGATE today said it will give more freedom to its vertical heads to focus on markets like North America and Western Europe.iGATE, whose former CEO Phaneesh Murthy was the face of the company during his
10.15 AM Nov 26th 2013
back on the growth track, reports CNBC-TV18`s Kritika Saxena. Vemuri, the erstwhile head of Infosys` Americas business, joined iGate as Chief Executive Officer, replacing ex-colleague Phaneesh Murthy who was forced to quit in May this year over sexual harassment charges.
10.34 AM Sep 18th 2013
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