Infosys has been at the vanguard of Indian firms taking on the IT operations of corporations worldwide
To reaffirm the accusation against the conglomerate, the whistleblowers' group said it had recordings and mails of the event.
The company said CEO Salil Parekh has been recused from the investigation to ensure its independence
Indian IT company Infosys said it was increasing its hiring in Indiana from 2,000 to 3,000 workers by 2023. It will also invest $35 million to set up a training center in Indianapolis for U.S. workers.
A former Infosys executive filed a reverse discrimination lawsuit against the IT company alleging discrimination is used against all "non-South Asian" employees.
The tech giants have pledged to create manufacturing jobs in the U.S. — Apple is putting $1 billion in a fund aimed at creating jobs, while Infosys is expected to spend $2 billion a year on its U.S. business.
This is the third acquisition in a little over a year at Infosys, where CEO Vishal Sikka is trying to refashion the Bangalore company into a provider of high-end business consulting.
India's IT services companies face currency volatility and shifting demand patterns even as they prepare to grow faster.
The venture will target an audience that's more comfortable consuming content on mobile phones that turning the pages of an actual book.
Indian outsourcing providers, major beneficiaries of the U.S. H-1B visa program, have faced repeated scrutiny for their labor practices.
Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services are being investigated by the U.S. Labor Department for alleged violations of H-1B visa rules.
Infosys has made its first significant acquisition since it purchased Swiss consultancy Lodestone Holdings, as CEO Sikka pushes turnaround.
India's online shopping sector is set to offer new opportunities to the country's ageing IT services industry.
India's experiment to bring social benefits to a billion people with a unique ID is moving fast, according to Nandan Nilekani.
The company said it aims to move beyond traditional outsourcing and into advanced digital services to sustain the momentum.
Infosys posted a higher-than-expected 13 percent increase in net profit for the quarter ended Dec. 31.
Large U.S. corporations are hedging their bets on technology, leading to continued uncertainty in demand.
Problem-finding and not merely building solutions for well-defined tasks is where the value of technology is, Vishal Sikka said.
The company didn’t say what Mathews did, but added CEO Gautam Thakkar resigned, taking moral responsibility for his subordinate’s actions.
The company, which is seeking to reinvent itself under a new CEO, appealed to analysts at a Florida event.
CEO Vishal Sikka wants to use artificial intelligence and automation to boost productivity at Infosys, which posted strong Q2 results.
Critics says Concept Schools of Illinois is using the H-1B visa program to bypass U.S. educators in favor of unqualified teachers from Turkey.