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President Donald Trump has accused Indian software companies of displacing U.S. workers' jobs.
Technology consultancy Infosys is announcing plans to hire thousands of American workers in an effort to woo the White House after being name-checked as a foreign worker visa abuser.
U.S. stock futures point to a mixed start for Wall Street on Tuesday ahead of a meeting of the Federal Reserve and earnings from tech giant Apple.
Trump suggested he could split their consumer businesses from investment operations
As Trump targets the controversial visas, a Silicon Valley pro-immigration group suggests that reforms should include cracking down on outsourcing companies.
The Trump administration's crackdown on worker visas has some crying foul over the president's own use of the program in the past.
The president will address a visa program dear to Silicon Valley and to big outsourcing firms on Tuesday afternoon.
The Trump administration is taking its boldest steps yet in promoting its "Buy American, Hire American" policies, and corporate America may find itself in the crosshairs -- especially tech.
Outsourcers such as Infosys and Cognizant are big hirers of H-1B visa holders, but Alphabet, Apple and other major tech names have also used special visas to hire foreign workers.
Investors are advised to wait for a 10% pullback before venturing into Accenture.
Most employees received pay increases between 6% and 8%.
An executive order on visas for skilled workers will get a close reading in Silicon Valley.
Under the advice of Paul Singer, the provider of technology and consulting services, Advisory Board, is working with Goldman Sachs and Allen & Co. to weigh its options.
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The Nasdaq scored another record close for the fourth time this week as health care stocks rebounded from earlier selloffs.
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India's growth is outpacing that of emerging-market peers Brazil, Russia and China. Now's the time to jump aboard India's bellwether tech company while it trades at a bargain.
The tech sector has been dramatically underperforming the S&P 500 during the Trump rally -- and these five big tech stocks still look 'toxic.'
Shares tanked Wednesday on little more than a two-sentence comment from the president-elect.
Infosys should be avoided until the company shows enough confidence in the business to boost revenue projections.
Infosys (INFY) stock is retreating on Friday after the company posted in-line results for the 2017 fiscal second quarter and reduced its full-year revenue growth view.
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Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing leaps on a positive profit prognosis, while SoftBank rises as it teams with Saudi Arabia to launch a tech fund.
Infosys (INFY) is scheduled to report its 2017 fiscal second quarter earnings late Thursday night.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the diversified services industry lower today.
Infosys (INFY) stock rating was lowered this morning at Nomura to 'neutral' from 'buy' after reporting lower than expected 2016 fiscal first quarter results.
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