Infosys GC Leaves, Gets Nearly $1M Severance

, Corporate Counsel

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Infosys Ltd., India's second-largest software services provider, announced on Dec. 31 that general counsel and chief compliance officer David Kennedy would leave the company, effective the same day as the announcement. The company and Kennedy "mutually agreed" on Kennedy's departure, acording to the company, though some have questioned the seemingly sudden decision and the close to $1 million severance package.

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  • Anonymous

    Why is this even newsworthy? This is fairly routine in the corporate world. Do you guys understand that, or do you just act as a mouthpiece for a so-called "corporate governance" firm?

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