Cognizant to pay $28m in US to settle India bribery case



The company, which had made voluntary disclosures about the bribery incident to the US authorities, also said with this resolution, there was no pending investigations against Cognizant.



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Venkatarmanan quits, Noel, Jehangir inducted in Tata Trust



While the entry of 62-year-old Noel Tata, half brother of Ratan Tata, into Tata Trusts is being seen as a significant departure from the past within the salt-to-software conglomerate, Jehangir, a long-standing philanthropist is expected to add heft to Tata Trusts.



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Indian dream suddenly turns sour for these American companies



While the government’s recent moves may have been necessary in some cases, these would have an adverse impact on the investment cycles of some of these companies. The marquee global names are suddenly finding themselves out of favour as local flavour is gaining currency in the run up to 2019 elections.



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The crouching tiger out to conquer the land of the dragons



Nasscom and the Chinese government have given the task of creating a matchmaking platform to Zeta-V, set up in June 2017 in Shanghai by Sujit Chatterjee, former CEO of TCS China, and Rangarajan Vellamore, former CEO of Infosys China.



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Telcos eye loyal customers to boost revenue gains



With telecom disruptor Reliance Jio not raising tariffs, incumbents Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea are focusing on the minimum monthly recharge and higher first recharge offers to ensure they retain only loyal and revenue-incremental subscribers, reports Romita Majumdar.



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Alas, Kochhar is NOT kosher



‘I am not surprised that hubris brought Chanda Kochhar down. It would appear that as a person she thought she could do no wrong and as a leader she considered herself above what her company demanded of others in terms of financial probity and honesty. That, my friends, is NOT a good way for a leader to feel,’ says S Muraleedharan, former managing director, BNP Paribas.



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The STUNNING Lamborghini Huracan Evo will set our roads on fire



Lamborghini, which expects 60% growth this year has priced Huracan Evo at Rs 3.73 crore, also said in the next five years India will be one of the top 15 markets for the company.



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With exotic fruits to kulfi, Naturals is out to woo Gen Y



While the brand did step into cities such as Delhi in the last few years, it is now stitching up an expansion strategy aimed at partaking of growth in areas where consumption of ice cream remains strong.



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