The fall in Reliance Communications’ (Rcom) financials and key operating parameters for the second quarter is too sharp and too sudden.
Though HCL has left bigger peers behind the management cautions against extrapolating this performance to expect a similar growth in coming quarters.
Idea Cellular’s second-quarter results justify the current spate of downward revision in the valuations of Indian telecom stocks.
After surviving the tech meltdown of the late 90s, most of these cos have increased their presence in the last few years. India's top 10 BPOs | MNC IT in India
TECH Mahindra’s second quarter performance may appear dismal, but the management is laying the foundation for a long innings.
TCS has given investors enough reasons to cheer up the Muhurat trading, with a better quarterly earnings. More Earnings News | India 44 in IT competitiveness
Investors dumped the stock of Infotech Enterprises on Wednesday, following its lacklustre September 2009 quarter results. The scrip lost 4.3% to close at Rs 244.8 in an otherwise upbeat market.
The stock of Mastek, a Mumbai-based mid-tier IT firm, plunged 7.4% on Friday, triggered by its disappointing results for the September 2009 quarter.
Infosys' revised full-year guidance seems to be reflecting more caution than optimism regarding growth for the rest of the current fiscal. Infy hires over 6,000 people in Q2
The immediate fallout of RCom’s move is that its new tariff, named ‘Simply Reliance’ , will chop average revenue that a telco generates per minute of mobile connectivity by half.
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