If back-to-back quarterly earnings revisions that are far lower than what was expected isn't bad enough, the company now faces an investigation for corruption that further compounds its problems and threatens to tarnish its image in perilous times.
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If this golden child of Indian IT is having the kind of trouble that it has had in posting revenue growth, many observers are beginning to wonder what hope there is for the rest of the sector.
His campaign speeches lambasting outsourcing and offshoring don't bode well for the industry already reeling from dramatic disruption.
The firm has snapped up the right kind of acquisitions that could help 'future proof' it from the ongoing disruption that the worlds of cloud and automation are bringing with it.
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This re-revision comes on the heels of class action lawsuits filed in reaction to the company's disclosure about improperly obtained building licenses.