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Vishal Sikka resigned suddenly on Friday, blaming a "continuous drumbeat of distractions" and a long-running row with founders over the tech firm's strategy.
Infosys Ltd, in a surprise announcement, said Vishal Sikka has resigned as CEO citing a stream of distractions and disruptions in recent months.
Jim Cramer says Wal-Mart is the only retailer whose suppliers give it a viable way to compete head-to-head with Amazon.
Jim Cramer spoke with Aaron Levie, the CEO of Box, who criticized the president's comments on a fatal Virginia protest.
Jim Cramer reacts to the market's various explanations for Thursday's pullback and reveals the one he thinks is the main driver.
The White House still needs CEO support to drive its business agenda, says Kellogg School of Management professor Nicholas Pearce.
It took bloodshed in Charlottesville to get tech companies to do what civil rights groups have been calling for for years.
The discord in Washington came amid a growing divide between the administration and Silicon Valley.
Robbins also denounced "racism, discrimination, neo-Nazism, white supremacy."
CEOs quitting Trump's advisory councils was a first step. Here's what they need to do now, says former Obama spokesman Ben LaBolt.
The Demosisto leaders have been sent to prison in a ruling that bars them from seeking political office for five years.
The world's two biggest emerging economies are at direct odds on their shared border.
Jim Cramer dished out his shopping list of stocks ripe for the picking, despite turmoil in Washington.
Jim Cramer uncovers three companies that can buck Amazon's retail domination, namely TJX, Urban Outfitters and Target.
Jim Cramer sat down with Joe Papa, the new CEO of the controversial Valeant Pharmaceuticals, to catch up on the drugmaker's turnaround.
Jim Cramer says U.S. companies are making money despite Washington because business does not need politics behind it to succeed.
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