Sikka’s resignation comes as a culmination of an unending tussle between the company board and founder shareholders, especially NR Narayana Murthy, over issues of governance. As many as 10 out of 16 senior executives Sikka had hired from his previous company, SAP, quit over the past year and a half. The rift between Sikka, the first non promoter CEO of Infosys, and a section of the IT major promoter shareholders, started in early 2017 as promoters expressed concerns over what they saw as deteriorating governance and values of the company..
You may also need an education in statistics. There are 1.5 billion Muslims and only a tiny fraction are violent. Almost every ideology taken to extremes results in some kind of violence, religious or otherwise. Prostitution was a very profitable, but technically illegal, business. Seattle like many frontier towns had a high percentage of single women who, when asked by census takers, gave their occupation as “seamstress”. The number of seamstresses in Seattle was so high that it seemed curious that there could possibly be work doing sewing for so many.
Vik thumbed in one last text to his mother On the plane, see you tomorrow and then turned off his phone. Even if his stomach settled down, he doubted he’d sleep. He was caught between the cabin wall and a chubby twenty something woman wearing a Smith College sweatshirt and hemp pants.
When a man in that age group goes to the doctor for a prostate checkup, he’s generally given a blood test to determine the amount of PSA in his bloodstream. It’s normal for a small amount of PSA to be found in the blood, but a higher than normal level can indicate one of a variety of unpleasant woes a prostate infection, inflammation, enlargement, or, in the worst case scenario, cancer [source: Mayo Clinic]. A high PSA score doesn’t always indicate the presence of a malignant growth, and conversely, prostate cancer has been found in men who have normal PSA levels.
Wonderfully depressing when listening to the Smiths after being dumped.Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin (1978)There was never anybody wittier. Her stories have not aged well, but her book and theater reviews are so cruel and funny you will gasp! Ninety years later, the plays have faded from memory, but her reviews of them are classics of taste and wit. And I needed that back then.Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garca Mrquez (1985)Books don’t have to be “gay” to be inspiring and this one is beautiful and passionate, about love lasting over decades of waiting.