back to article Infosys CEO quits, citing 'untenable atmosphere' created by critics

Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka has resigned, effective immediately, but neither he nor the company's board are happy he's going. The former SAP executive's woes stem from anonymous sources accusing him of making lavish payouts to Infosys executives in order to secure their silence about improprieties on his watch. Some of Infosys' …

  1. K
    Pint

    Don't know anything about Infosys..

    But working in a poisonous environment isn't good for any one, even a CEO.. one of my former CEO's, was a lovely guy, looked after the staff (he even took us Techies on a skiing holiday), but the poor guy ended up having a breakdown due to similar circumstances.

    If its as described, the guy has got my sympathies.. have a beer and enjoy your new free time!

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Don't know anything about Infosys..

      Anyone who signs off a letter with "best" is in-sincere at best.

      I suspect there is a lot more to this than just his one sided letter.

      1. danharrison

        Re: Don't know anything about Infosys..

        Eh? Best is short for Best Regards - how is that insincere?!

      2. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        Re: Don't know anything about Infosys..

        "is in-sincere at best." ..

        It looks like he's just been harassed out of a job, what would you sign it after that? "Love you all loads, sorry I'm going, going to miss you all, hugs and kisses"

    2. Steve K Silver badge

      Re: Don't know anything about Infosys..

      took us Techies on a skiing holiday

      Let me guess, it was all downhill after that?

      1. K
        Pint

        Re: Don't know anything about Infosys..

        Steve.. wow we must have worked together! Have a beer and upvote

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