#GreyhoundRadio: @s_v_g Chief Analyst & CEO @Greyhound_R with @AlokOhrie, President & MD, @Dell_IN

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Catch Alok Ohrie, President and Managing Director, Dell India, in a conversation with Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Greyhound Research on Greyhound Research’s knowledge sharing series #ONTrigger.

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#ONTrigger: @s_v_g Chief Analyst & CEO @Greyhound_R with @AlokOhrie, President & MD, @Dell_IN

Catch Alok Ohrie, President and Managing Director, Dell India, in a conversation with Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Greyhound Research on Greyhound Research’s knowledge sharing series #ONTrigger.

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Is TCS losing the race because of slow digital growth? #GreyhoundInMedia @TCS_News @businessline

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A favourite among investors at one time, Tata Consultancy Services is fast turning into a mammoth that is failing to evolve with time as others are fast catching up on the increasing demand for digital.

India’s largest software exporter’s enterprise value fell to ₹4.86 lakh crore by the end of December, a drop of over 6 per cent over the previous year. The company’s market capitalisation similarly slipped from ₹5.01 lakh crore in Q3 2015 to ₹4.80 lakh crore in the latest Q3, a slide of about 4.2 per cent.

A challenging year awaits Indian IT sector #GreyhoundInMedia @BT_India

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The tepid third quarter performance of India’s largest IT exporter Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is hardly good news for India’s overall IT sector. The company’s dollar revenue for the December quarter slipped 0.3 per cent over the previous quarter, beaten down by its India and Japan business, slowdown in the insurance business in the UK, as well as the Chennai floods.

US H-1B and L-1 visa doubling of visa fees controversial #GreyhoundInMedia @workpermitcom

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The much reported visa fee increases for both the H-1B visa (from $2,000 to $4,000) and the L-1 visa (from $2,250 to $4,500) have unsurprisingly caused some ripples between Indian and US official bodies. This visa fee increase applies to Companies that have more than 50 employees more than 50% of which are H-1B visa employees. This affects mainly Indian owned companies in the US.