Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Monday, Jun 28, 2004
TCS, IBM expand ties.
Patni eyes strategic buys, expansion.
Offshore cos are rivals, says Oracle in testimonial.
Tata Tele to invest Rs 445 cr more in AP.
Reliance Info bad debts at 16 pc of revenues.
15,000 may come back for visa renewal.
Computer's 'escape' artist passes away.
Xansa to increase India staff to 4000.
AOL to acquire Advertising.com.
Hutch buys Aircel for Rs 1400 cr.
TRAI to deploy TRAPs; in talks with broadcasters, cable networks to weigh advantages of CAS alternative.
MSN joins e-mail space war; to offer 250 MB of free storage.
CSC plans $ 10-m investment in Hyd.
Adobe looks to add 100 India jobs by December.
Ubinetics lines up Rs 125-cr investment for India.
Wyse Tech eyes 25 pc marketshare.
Major portals form body.
MPact to hire 100 more at Chennai centre.
LogicaCMG bags Rs 25 cr deal.
ITC Info plans Rs 100 cr IT, ITES centre in Kolkata.
Licence fee of telecom infrastructure providers cut to 6 pc of revenues.
Reliance Info faces billing and collection problems.
Lenders approve TN Tele's Rs 40 cr debt recast plan.
India Inc a poor Net user: a ValueNotes study.
Phone tariffs may fall as TRAI moots ADC cut.
eBay acquires Baazee.com, to leverage latter for global trading.
Cybernet Soft to spin off Synaptris; infuse Rs 10 cr.
Magic Soft plans to set up sales office.
VSNL Q4 net down 57 pc; to pay Rs 4.50.
Quantech Global working on auto design solutions.
Synopsys opens third centre in Noida.
Rediff aims for big chunk of global email user base.
OfficeTiger to recruit 3500.
iGate buys 9 pc in SaintLife.
UTI Venture to raise $ 150 m fund.
Net subscriber base up 10 pc at 45 lakh.
CDMA operators with more than 4 lakh user base to get more frequency.
460 tech firms out of STPI-Hyd list.
SiNett raises $ 15m; to expand India operations.
Outsourcing backlash helped IT cos earn more, says Gartner.
Ericsson wins another Bharti deal.
OfficeTiger gets $ 40m funding from Francisco Partners.
Intel Corp to raise India headcount by 500.
Bengal eyes Rs 3600-cr software exports.
Cognizant begins China ops.
Astron BPO to double staff strength; opens $ 6m Chennai facility.
Satyam names new top brass for BPO subsidiary.
Telecom gear makers want level field with importers.
e4e buys controlling stake in iSeva.
IBM outsourcing 60 LNC jobs to India.
Work-from-home trend in transcription is catching up.
KnowledgeWorks opens second BPO unit in Chennai.
Telstra halts Asia expansion.
BSNL-Korea Telecom marriage off.
Alcatel to step up India presence.
Bharti takes 1 pc more stake in Hexacom.
74-pc FDI in Telecom will help India reach 100 m user base faster.
DCA shortlists TCS, ICICI Info for Rs 400 computerisation plan on BOOT basis.
MAQ Software to expand India arm.
FICCI plea to relax ESOP norms for IT cos.
Siemens, Samsung to take on Nokia in its den.
BSNL plans Rs 14,700 cr capex in 04-05; Reliance eyes Rs 5000-cr spending spree.
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