Feb 28, 2020 - Infosys grants stock incentives to CEO Salil Parekh worth Rs 3.25 crore

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What the world could look like in 2050 if we do everything right on climate

It is 2050. We have been successful at halving emissions every decade since 2020. We are heading for a world that will be no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius warmer by 2100.

In most places in the world, the air is moist and fresh, even in cities. It feels a lot like walking through a forest, and very likely this is exactly what you are doing. The air is cleaner than it has been since before the Industrial Revolution.

You have trees to thank for that. They are everywhere. It wasn't the single solution we required, but the proliferation of trees bought us the time we needed to vanquish carbon emissions. Corporate donations and public money funded the biggest tree-planting campaign in history.

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Action sought against Capgemini over forced leaves

Pune: The National Information Technology Employees Sena (NITES) wrote a letter to chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday requesting action agains.

Covid-19: E-commerce firm DealShare to provide free home essentials to underprivileged households

DealShare, a social e-commerce company, has launched DealShare Essentials Allotment Scheme (DEALS) to provide uninterrupted availability of home essentials to all sections of society. Under this initi

How civic-tech start-ups are leveraging their platforms to combat the Covid-19 crisis

They now assist people with information on testing and treatment centres in their areas, among other services

Covid-19: Electronics sector may have to rewire ops after curbs end

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DeepMind Lends Its Audio AI Technology To Google

The use of video call services have increased tremendously over the past month amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Services offered by companies like Google, Zoom and Slack have been the pick of many organizations. This newly increased demand also brings with it a slew of challenges.  There have been complaints of low-quality audio, video and even…

Zoom admits routing user data through China, says govt customers unaffected

Zoom has a myriad of privacy issues, being reported every day.

Microsoft hires former Apple executive as VP to lead HoloLens, mixed reality hardware

Microsoft has hired a senior executive to look after its HoloLens, an augmented reality headset. Ruben Caballero earlier worked with wireless technologies at Apple.

Tech start-ups stressed in the time of Covid-19, but the big guys rake in

Neither Silicon Valley nor India tech Inc has been granted any real monetary respite by their governments. But in true start-up spirit, both are fighting it out

Intel commits $50 mn for pandemic response technology initiative

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Director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari says it's challenging to write the 'Murthy' biopic

The film-maker revealed that the couple chose her to bring their inspiring tale on screen.

This London-headquartered HRtech startup uses AI to ease hiring for Infosys, HCL, Oracle

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#Coronavirus: Infosys CFO Predicts Zero Or Negative Growth For Indian IT Firms; Will It Lead To Job Cuts?

The economy of the country is bound to take a tumble, what with the country being under lockdown, and the CFO of Infosys has seconded this.

Wipro, Accenture, Tech Mahindra start virtual on-boarding of recruits amid lockdown

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Will coronavirus lockdown cause food shortages in India?

India has a robust stockpile of food, but the prolonged lockdown is hurting farmers and labourers.

India's coronavirus curve steeper than Singapore, Japan but flatter than US

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