Bangalore Goes Global

A new word has appeared during water-cooler conversations in offices across the U.S. The term is "Bangalored." It means your job just moved to India without you. But in the shifting global labor market, vernacular can quickly become outdated. What's the term for a job that is outsourced to India only to be relayed on to China, Uruguay or Romania?

There is none—but one may soon be needed. That's because India, which virtually invented offshore outsourcing of software programming and back-office business operations, is becoming a victim of its own success. Companies such as Infosys, Wipro and Tata...

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