Infosys Comeback Has Long Way To Go
Infosys Comeback Has Long Way To Go
After International Diplomatic Cries Burundi Postpones Elections
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One year after coming out of retirement to try to revitalize revenue growth at Indian IT outsourcing company Infosys Ltd., N.R. Narayana Murthy still has a long way to go, say analysts and investors. The 67-year-old is one of the founders of India's second-largest software and outsourcing company, and he is considered a global pioneer of the outsourcing model of doing business. After stepping down as chairman and chief mentor in 2011, he was called back last June to lead the company, which had been falling behind competitors. He returned with big plans to make Infosys once again one of the most profitable and competitive IT companies in India.
Burundi announced it will postpone both parliamentary and presidential elections that were due this month. The move follows weeks of political turmoil that saw a failed coup attempt against President Pierre Nkurunziza after he bid for a third term. East African leaders had earlier called for the delays. No new dates have been set but a spokesman for President Nkurunziza told the BBC they would be announced by the country's electoral commission shortly.
Lawyers representing a group of Yemeni Americans on Wednesday sought to have a federal judge force the government to order emergency evacuations of 37 American citizens stranded in Yemen since a deadly conflict broke out in March. Lawyers for the Michigan branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations told Judge Sean Cox in Detroit that the U.S. government is needlessly putting citizens in imminent danger by not moving to get them out. The group is the largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization in the United States. The government wants the case dismissed, saying the court does not have the authority to order an evacuation. On Wednesday, Vesper Mei, an attorney for the Department of Justice, said it was not feasible to order a formal evacuation of U.S. citizens because of instability in Yemen.
Larry Page has a message for anyone who doubts the future that Google and others are building: "We should be optimists." During Google's annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday, a recent law school graduate who happens to own stock in the Internet giant confessed to having lost his "sense of imagination" and asked Google's CEO whether the company is pushing us toward a dystopian future. Page responded by saying, "Any measure you make of the world, it's getting better: poverty, empowerment... everything is getting better in general, and by quite a bit. We should be optimists and be excited about all the things that we are building and contributing to the world because I think it's working."
With less than two weeks before the annual E3 circus at the Los Angeles Convention Center, there's compelling evidence that suggests a revised PlayStation 4 is imminent. The big change is additional storage. One Tb hard drives are expected to replace the current 500Gb drives. Sony has made no official announcement yet, but an FCC filing all but confirms the drive suspicions. The document lists two drive models, CUH-1215-A and CUH-1215-B. The B model may be the larger drive for the upcoming models.
Director James Gunn confirmed, on Facebook of all places, that his Guardians follow-up will introduce Peter Quill’s papa. Many assumed that Gunn would work Star-Lord’s dad into the sequel—with multiple hints dropped in the first Guardians—but his announcement today makes it official. And while Gunn announced one Marvel character’s appearance in Guardians 2, he confirmed another—and much bigger—character’s absence. Despite the speculation of some, The Hulk will not make an appearance in the 2017 film. Guardians of the Galaxy 2 hits theaters on May 5, 2017.
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