TCS defies tech-sector inertia: Top execs see salary hikes in FY23

Rajesh Gopinathan, who stepped down from the role of CEO and MD of TCS, saw his total remuneration go up 13.17 per cent for 2022-23 (FY23)

TCS defies tech-sector inertia: brass sees no salary erosion in FY23

The salary cuts come at a time when the IT services industry is witnessing demand torpor, especially in discretionary spending

Shivani ShindeAyushman Baruah Bengaluru/Mumbai

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At a time when salaries of the top management of India’s two largest information technology (IT) services have seen erosion, the leadership at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has seen just

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First Published: Jun 7 2023 | 7:15 PM IST

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