Wipro Limited News
Zuora Gains After Earnings Beat -- CEO Highlights Progress in Addressing Issues
In a talk with TheStreet following Zuora's July quarter earnings report, CEO Tien Tzuo said his company has made substantial progress towards addressing the issues that led it to cut its guidance three months ago.
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.
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 Plans To Hire 10,000 Americans After Trump Visa Crackdown
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.
White House Name-Checks Infosys, Cognizant Ahead of H-1B Order
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.
What H-1B visas mean for Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft
An executive order on visas for skilled workers will get a close reading in Silicon Valley.
It's Time to Sell Wipro, TripAdvisor, 3 More Toxic Stocks
Not owning the market's worst performers could be more important than picking the best ones in 2017.
Wipro (WIT) Is Today's Strong On High Volume Stock
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Wipro (WIT) as a strong on high relative volume candidate
Fed Inflation Gauge Slowed Again in October, Supporting Dovish Powell
Further slowing in the Fed's preferred inflation gauge is adding heft to Chairman Jerome Powell's signals of smaller rate hikes.
Amazon Needs to Kill Alexa, Maybe Exit Echo Devices
The online retail giant had a plan to own your living room. It didn't work because AI-powered voice assistants don't work.
Elon Musk's Latest Twitter Move Looks Like an Act of Desperation
Twitter is desperate for revenue. It has a $13 billion debt burden, but hasn’t showed a profit for eight of the last 10 years.