Top honchos respond to the darkest hour of the Indian information technology industry.
For the first time since the dotcom bust, infotech majors face the prospect of decline in revenues and profits. What does this mean for the future of IT services, tech jobs and tech stocks?
If Indian IT services gets its act together, it could grow by six times by 2020. That’s a big if.
The bearish sentiment in the information technology sector—which a section of analysts feels is overdone— may actually be a good opportunity to pick select stocks on the cheap, for the long term. Virendra Verma goes into the details.
Declining growth is forcing IT services majors to stop hiring freshers. Where do the wannabe techies go?
Tech Mahindra grabs a cost-effective opportunity to diversify its business model, but it now has to integrate an unknown animal in what’s going to be Indian IT services’ toughest year ever. E. Kumar Sharma reports.
Satyam’s apparent low valuation wasn’t exciting enough to attract the top tier of IT services—Indian and global—towards a risk-riddled acquisition.
Stifled by a lack of growth and frozen hikes, many youngsters have turned entrepreneurs. While talent and real estate are going cheap, funding is scarce and gun-shy investors are taking longer to firm up their plans. Will these greenhorn entrepreneurs survive?