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    June 10, 2005

    BusinessWeek ranks the top infotech firms

    BusinessWeek magazine announced its list of top 100 infotech firms. There're some surprises in the top ten. I've really never heard of America Movil or Hon Hai which occupy the first and second spots. Google takes bronze. Infosys makes it into the top 10, close on the heels of it being picked in the Wired 40 list last month. Other Indian companies in the top 50 are TCS at #12, Bharti at #19, Wipro at #23 and Cognizant at #32. Microsoft is at #27, Yahoo is at #34, Oracle is at #38 while Intel doesnt even make it into the top 50!

    PS: BusinessWeek, you really do need to get your facts (or perhaps photos) right. Vivek Paul is not Azim Premji. At least, as of the time this went to press, the photo there was Vivek Paul's.


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