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IT-BPOs

Mahindra satyam wins upaid ruling

Mahindra Satyam on Tuesday said it had won a New York court ruling to withhold taxes from a $70-million settlement payment to Britain-based Upaid Systems Ltd.

Ohio Governor first woos, then bans outsourcing

Governor Ted Strickland says outsourcing jobs 'does not reflect Ohio values'. Strickland's views on outsourcing are harsh but he wants them to invest in his state too.

Indian IT cries foul after Ohio order

The country's software industry has slammed as discriminatory a decision by the US state of Ohio to ban offshoring of information technology projects. HT reports. Obamanomics

IT/ITes is no hot sector for job seekers post meltdown

The global meltdown has knocked out the information technology and enabled services (IT/ITes) as the top job creator and pushed it to the fourth place, says a survey on hiring trends in 2010.

AOL, Newscorp wooed to buy Yahoo

Several private equity firms have approached Internet and media companies including News Corp and AOL Inc to gauge their interest in buying out Yahoo Inc, a source with knowledge of the approaches said.

Australia police serve court order via Facebook

Australian police served a court order on an alleged cyber bully using the social networking site Facebook, officials said on Wednesday, describing it as a national first.

Domestic IT services mkt to be worth $13.6 bn by 2014: Gartner

The fast growing country's domestic IT services market is expected to be worth nearly USD 14 billion in the next four years, courtesy increased government spending, according to research group Gartner.

IOC follow-on issue by January-end

State-owned Indian Oil Corporation on Friday said it expects to launch its follow-on public offer in the third or fourth week of January.

Nasscom sees 200,000 new IT-BPO jobs in FY13

The IT and IT-enabled services sector is set to hire more than 200,000 people in FY 2012-13 as demand grows in a maturing market and exports rise despite the difficult times in the Europe and the United States, said Nasscom and NIIT chairman Rajendra Pawar in Mumbai. Shrenik Avlani reports. Bright future despite western gloom

Infosys, HCL expand BPO operations

India's leading information technology (IT) firms, Infosys and HCL Technologiess, are expanding their offerings in the BPO space. Shrenik Avlani reports.

HC stays I-T order on attachment of Satyam's land, buildings

In a major relief to Mahindra Satyam, the Andhra Pradesh high court on Wednesday stayed an order issued by the Income Tax department seeking attachment of the company's land and buildings.

Infosys lines up smaller cities for expansion

Barely a decade ago, Infosys and Bangalore, called India’s Silicon Valley, were synonymous with each other. But in 2012, with SD Shibulal at the helm, the company plans to have more campuses in smaller cities as it is now easier to build operations and keep costs in check by fanning out.

HCL Info shares surge 17 pc on buzz of winning UIDAI order

Shares of HCL Infosystems today soared 17% on the bourses amid reports that it has won contract worth of Rs. 2,200 crore from the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).

IT seeks image makeover as US polls looms

As the US presidential election ramps up the rhetoric against offshoring jobs, India's flagship software services providers are seeking an image makeover.
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