'Vivek Paul may quit Wipro'

By agencies   |   Tuesday, 28 June 2005, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Vivek Paul, the U.S. based vice-chairman of Wipro Ltd., India's third-largest software services company, may be leaving the company, according to a national economic daily.

But the paper quoted Paul, who heads the firm's main software export unit, Wipro Technologies, as saying he would not comment on rumors. The United States is the main market for New York-listed Wipro.

A spokeswoman said the company had no comment to make.

The report on Paul comes weeks after the exit of Raman Roy, head of Wipro Spectramind, the back-office services unit of the company, whose revenues are part of Paul's division.

The media-savvy Paul joined the firm in 1999.

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