Infosys Ltd (INFY)

14.46
0.32 2.20
NYSE : Technology
Prev Close 14.79
Open 14.05
Day Low/High 13.88 / 14.68
52 Wk Low/High 13.42 / 16.71
Volume 20.20M
Avg Volume 5.51M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 2.29B
Market Cap 36.41B
EPS 0.90
P/E Ratio 16.95
Div & Yield 0.46 (2.90%)

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Infosys Is Tanking Because Its Ex-CEO's Transformation Efforts Are Now in Limbo

Infosys Is Tanking Because Its Ex-CEO's Transformation Efforts Are Now in Limbo

CEO Vishal Sikka tried to remake Infosys' culture and service offerings. That led to tension with the company's founders.

EQUITY ALERT: Rosen Law Firm Announces Investigation Of Securities Claims Against Infosys Limited - INFY

EQUITY ALERT: Rosen Law Firm Announces Investigation Of Securities Claims Against Infosys Limited - INFY

Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announces it is investigating potential securities claims on behalf of shareholders of Infosys Limited (NYSE:INFY) resulting from allegations that Infosys may have issued...

This Is Why Tech Stocks Are Heading Into the Weekend With a Nasty Hangover

This Is Why Tech Stocks Are Heading Into the Weekend With a Nasty Hangover

Infosys, CenturyLink, Cisco and other tech names were struggling Friday alongside troubling news from Washington and terror attacks in Spain.

Why Did Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka Resign?

Why Did Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka Resign?

A "drumbeat of distractions" sent Sikka packing.

Infosys CEO Sikka Resigns Suddenly, Cites 'Drumbeat of Distractions'

Infosys CEO Sikka Resigns Suddenly, Cites 'Drumbeat of Distractions'

The move spooked investors and sent Infosys stock down.

India's Infosys Inks Deal to Acquire Brilliant Basics

India's Infosys Inks Deal to Acquire Brilliant Basics

Infosys is buying the London-based product design firm for an undisclosed sum.

An Inability With Volatility

VIX sinks to levels not seen in a long time.

Why IBM Should -- and Shouldn't -- Break Itself Up

Why IBM Should -- and Shouldn't -- Break Itself Up

Either way, the status quo may not be able to be maintained.

Infosys Bringing 2,000 Tech Jobs to North Carolina by 2021

Infosys Bringing 2,000 Tech Jobs to North Carolina by 2021

Infosys pledged in May to open four Technology and Innovation Hubs in the U.S. and hire 10,000 American technology workers over the next two years.

Infosys Announces Commitment To Create 2,000 Tech Jobs In North Carolina By 2021

Infosys Announces Commitment To Create 2,000 Tech Jobs In North Carolina By 2021

Key Milestone in the Company's Strategy to Hire and Train 10,000 American Workers; North Carolina is Second of Four Planned Technology and Innovation Hubs in the US

Modi's Visit to Meet Trump Focuses Big Spotlight on the H-1B Visa Debate

Modi's Visit to Meet Trump Focuses Big Spotlight on the H-1B Visa Debate

Companies from Amazon to Wipro have a stake in the policies governing tech workers and immigration.

Infosys Whistleblower Investigation Concludes No Company Wrongdoing

Infosys Whistleblower Investigation Concludes No Company Wrongdoing

An anonymous whistleblower accused the Indian company of improprieties in acquisitions and executive pay.

At Least Market Isn't Overbought, Yet

But that day is coming soon.

Weekly Roundup

FBI firing, French election, oil prices, retail earnings -- and, oh yes, the markets -- create a dizzying week. We add to a few portfolio positions.

These 3 Tech Titans Are Ready to Break Higher (And They're Not the Ones You Think!)

These 3 Tech Titans Are Ready to Break Higher (And They're Not the Ones You Think!)

Forget FANG--these three large-cap stocks look ready to lead the tech sector higher as we head toward the summer months.

Qualcomm, Infosys, Texas Instruments Are 3 Tech Titans Ready to Break Higher

Qualcomm, Infosys, Texas Instruments Are 3 Tech Titans Ready to Break Higher

Forget FANG -- these three large-cap stocks look ready to lead the tech sector higher as we head towards the summer months.

We're Buying More DXC Technology

The stock is higher today, but we don't want to miss this chance.

Analysts Suggest Infosys U.S. Expansion Will Hike Cost Burden

Analysts Suggest Infosys U.S. Expansion Will Hike Cost Burden

President Donald Trump has accused Indian software companies of displacing U.S. workers' jobs.