News: Murthy returns to take charge as Infosys's woes mount

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Murthy returns to take charge as Infosys's woes mount

When Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy retired from Infosys Ltd in August 2011 at the age of 60, it was difficult for insiders and those tracking the firm from outside to believe that the company’s iconic founder would actually manage to step aside completely, Mint reported.

When Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy retired from Infosys Ltd in August 2011 at the age of 60, it was difficult for insiders and those tracking the firm from outside to believe that the company’s iconic founder would actually manage to step aside completely, Mint reported.

Murthy always described Infosys as his third child and chose to take a non-executive title of chairman emeritus, retaining the umbilical cord.

In the seven years since Murthy stepped down from all executive roles at Infosys, the so-called “heritage building”, a two-decade-old red-brick block that served as the original corporate headquarters of the firm in 1994, continued to host visitors from within Infosys and outside.

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