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N.R. Narayana Murthy

My Main Concern Was Board's Poor Governance, Not Personal Gain, Says Narayana Murthy

Aug 30, 2017 Outlook Web Bureau

Murthy said the recent developments were directed as a "personal attack" on him.

Anguished By Allegations By Infosys Board, Below My Dignity To Respond, Says Co-Founder Murthy

Aug 18, 2017 Outlook Web Bureau

Earlier, in a strongly worded statement, the country's second largest software services firm defended Sikka's performance saying under him, Infosys has delivered profitable revenue growth.


Vishal Sikka Resigns As CEO And MD Of Infosys, Cites 'Distractions And Disruptions'

Infosys has appointed Sikka as Executive Vice-Chairman and U.B. Pravin Rao as interim Managing Director and CEO of the company.

What Happened When Writer Sudha Murthy Was Called 'Cattle Class'

Jul 25, 2017 Outlook Web Bureau

In her new book 'Three Thousand Stitches', she sheds light on some of the prevailing biases in the society.


Narayana Murthy Calls Off Battle With Infosys Board, Says He Has Made His Point

Murthy’s announcement has come just ahead of an Infosys press conference in Mumbai scheduled at 6:00 pm on Monday.

10 September, 2015

Let Us Not Damn It All!

C.N.R. Rao

The eminent scientist responds to Narayana Murthy's barb about lack of innovation by Indian scientists)


09 February, 2015

Hat Tip To The Murty Classics

Aakar Patel

For India's wealthy charity at most means building temples or expensive hospitals. It is encouraging that the younger Murty is giving away his money in this fashion.


08 October, 2002

Learning From The West

N.R. Narayana Murthy

We are living in the past. No other society gloats so much about the past as we do, with as little current accomplishment.


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