Monday Mar 10
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Is corporate fraud a menace waiting to erupt? [Asian News International]
New Delhi, Mar.10 : An impressive degree and a sharp mind can be lethal tools in today's corporate world.
Turning around 'the Enron of India'
The chairman of Indian IT firm Satyam Computer Services admitted that its accounts had been falsified, in a case that echoed the collapse of US energy group Enron.
Raju's wife, kin among 19 directors convicted for evading Income Tax
M Laxman, special judge for Economic Offences Court, sentenced the men and women directors of the accused companies to one-and-a-half year simple imprisonment each, besides imposing Rs 10,000 fine on each of them.
Lessons for investors from the Satyam scam
When institutional investors opposed vehemently, the company decided to go against it.
5 years after Satyam scam: Raju's baby reborn & growing
On January 7, 2009, B Ramalinga Raju, founder-head of the company, confessed he'd for years been falsifying the earnings and assets of Satyam, then the country's fourth largest information technology and outsourcing entity.