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Byjus's India CEO Arjun Mohan quits six months after joining

Byju’s India CEO Arjun Mohan has quit his position in the firm just six months after taking over the role, the company announced in a statement on Monday.

Byju's founder, whose net worth was Rs. 17,545 crore a year ago, no longer a billionaire

Mumbai/IBNS: Indian multinational educational technology company Byju's founder, Byju Raveendran's net worth is now zero, a year after he had Rs. 17,545 crore a year ago.

Byju's claims resolutions passed at EGM to remove founder invalid

Bengaluru: Ahead of the results of the voting to remove Byju's founder and CEO Byju Raveendran during an extraordinary general meeting (EGM), the ed-tech company claimed in a statement to the media that the decisions made by shareholders are null and void.

Shareholders pass resolution to oust Byju Raveendran-led management at EGM

Bengaluru: A consortium of prominent investors including Prosus, General Atlantic, and Peak XV on Friday made the decision to remove Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Byju Raveendran from his position at the helm of the edtech company Byju's, media reported.

American finance company approaches NCLT to initiate insolvency proceedings against Byju's

Bengaluru: Glas Trust Company LLC, a United States-based non-bank loan agency, filed a plea for insolvency against the troubled-ed tech firm Byju's at the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) in Bengaluru, a media report said.

Byju's acquires US-based reading platform EPIC

Bengluru/IBNS: Byju’s has acquired US-based reading platform Epic in a $500 million cash-and-stock deal, as it continues to shop for large edtechs to foray beyond the Indian market and across categories.