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Wipro Announces Share Buyback Worth ₹9500 Crores Amounting To 4.16% Of...

On Tuesday, Wipro announced it will buy back shares of ₹9500 crore, the second cash-rich IT company after larger rival Tata Consultancy Services announced...
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Most popular, widely used Artificial Intelligence Software & their applications

"The thing that's going to make artificial intelligence so powerful is its ability to learn, and the way AI learns is to look at...

Swiggy collaborates with Wipro’s Glucovita to support its delivery fleet

Swiggy, an online food ordering and delivery giant, has join hands with Wipro's Glucovita brand in order to back its delivery agents in this...

Azim Premji donates over 50,000 crore for noble cause of education

India's second richest person, Azim Premji who is known for his big generous donations has once again donated huge chunk of his worth for...
Mukesh Ambani

Mukesh Ambani makes to top ten list of wealthiest billionaires globally...

Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) Chairman Mukesh Ambani bags 7th position in the Hurun Global List of 2019. With this he becomes the only Indian...

Wipro acquires largest ever IT contract worth over $1.5 billion

Wipro announced about its $1.5 billion deal with Alight Solutions LLC on September 2, its largest win so far

TR Capital and Steadview strike a secondary deal in Lenskart

TR Capital and Hong Kong-based hedge fund Steadview Capital have participated in a large secondary deal in Faridabad-based India's leading online marketplace for eyewear Lenskart...

Personal care products brand Happily Unmarried to raise new funding round

While financial details are not disclosed, a report suggests that the deal could be worth around ₹50 crore for 20% stake in the company.
Infosys Office

Uncertainty grows in IT sector as major companies reduce strength

After being the biggest recruiter for years, IT sector in India has started to show signs of slow down.
MNCs in India

Tech hiring slowdown? These numbers suggest otherwise

Defying the trend of decreasing tech hirings, leading MNCs are considering India as their biggest market with opportunities.