If businesses and governments aren't careful, innovation could exacerbate inequality, business leaders warned at "Summer Davos" in Dalian, China.
In their first meeting, Trump and India’s Modi will try to build trust and a rapport in what some are calling a “bromance in the making.”
The Indian outsourcing firm announced it will hire 10,000 Americans for tech jobs in the U.S. over the next two years.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports one of India's largest tech firms plans to bring thousands of jobs to the U.S.
Tech outsourcing firm Infosys announced that it plans to hire 10,000 American workers over the next two years and open four new Technology and Innovation Hubs across the country.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Infosys is joining a growing list of international firms that are pledging their support for American jobs.
Software engineers from India working in the U.S. under H-1B visas, or looking to apply, face a bind as the Trump administration reviews the program
President Trump signed an executive order Tuesday calling for a full review of the H-1B visa program. Here's who will be most affected.
James Crabtree, a research fellow, explains why denying companies in the US the ability to hire foreign skilled workers doesn't make sense.
India's biggest software services firm isn't worried about President Donald Trump's talk of visa reform.
About 70 percent of the 85,000 H-1B visas granted in 2015 went to nationals from one country.
India's second biggest software services exporter Infosys downplayed corporate governance concerns and an alleged company rift.
A leaked draft of another executive order has Silicon Valley tech immigrants on guard, Buzzfeed reports.
Asian shares were mostly higher on Wednesday after China's manufacturing sector showed signs of expansion in January.
Infosys CEO, Vishal Sikka talks about President-Elect Donald Trump’s behavior when it comes to social media and his relationship to big businesses.
Infosys CEO, Vishal Sikka talks about the state of the Indian economy and where technology is heading.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Thursday as traders eyed comments from a number of Fed speakers.
Traders are looking for more details on the Trump agenda in the week ahead, and that could help steer the "Trump trade."
Following a difficult election for Silicon Valley, tech leaders are looking for reasons to be optimistic.