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Puzzling silence: Why has Narayana Murthy not spoken a word on Infosys?

While Murthy was relentless in his criticism of the erstwhile company board and its CEO for not disclosing information to shareholders, his silence this time has been deafening

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Shyamal Majumdar New Delhi
On August 28, 2017 — just days after the exit of R Seshasayee and Vishal Sikka from the Infosys board — N R Narayana Murthy wrote a long letter to the company’s shareholders. In the letter, he said “when there is a cloud around how the organisation is being governed, we must speak up.” He also advised the company management, “when in doubt, disclose without any hesitation as Infosys wants to remain the most respected corporation in the eyes of all stakeholders”.

Sound advice from one of India’s most respected voices from the corporate world. But there can certainly be a
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First Published: Oct 31 2019 | 9:00 PM IST

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