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Infosys row: If allegations of racist slurs against CEO Salil Parekh are true, it exposes decay in Indian corporate culture
Charges of accounting fraud at Infosys is only one part of the story; racism is another.
Satyam scam: In setback to SEBI, SAT squashes ban on PwC; allows disgorgement of Rs 13 cr from auditing firm
In a major setback to SEBI, SAT Monday overturned the markets regulator's order banning Price Waterhouse Coopers from auditing any listed company for two years for its role in the Rs 7,800-crore Satyam scam
VG Siddhartha dead: CCD had mounting debt, but facts don’t suggest coffee chain was a failed affair beyond redemption
Selling his assets and part of his shareholding would have given a new lease of life to CCD and VG Siddhartha
Satyam scam: Sebi passes modified order on debarment, disgorgement of illegal gains with respect to three individuals
Passing the order, Sebi whole-time member G Mahalingam said it would come into effect from such date as would be directed by the Supreme Court.
Satyam scam: SAT revokes Sebi order against erstwhile Maytas Infra, says director and others cannot be considered insiders
Maytas Infra was later acquired by IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company.
SEBI has revoked the seven-year ban imposed on various entities in the Satyam Computer Services case following a Supreme Court order
Sebi is investigating the role of the auditing firm which worked for Satyam between 2000 and 2008
On 9 April, the ACMM court, which tried the Satyam case probed by CBI, had sentenced Raju and others to seven years' rigorous imprisonment for criminal conspiracy and cheating among other offences.
Satyam Computer founder B Ramalinga Raju and nine others have moved a sessions court in Hyderabad challenging their conviction in the multi-crore accounting fraud at the erstwhile IT firm.
India has put in place many checks and balances, but still it will be difficult to detect a scam like Satyam beforehand
Noted lawyer Harish Salve said the case has taken long as "we do not have the infrastructure in our courts to deal with these kind of cases".
Indian shareholders have been taken for a royal ride as there were no provision to file class action suits in the country then
Satyam's lopsided verdict: Harvard's Krishna Palepu fined Rs 2.7 cr while Raju gets off with Rs 10 lakh
The verdicts received in the Satyam fraud case relate to violations of the comapny law, where penalties are low. Surprise: Harvard professor Krishna Palepu has turned out to be the big fish penalised
A Hyderabad court has convicted the Rajus brothers of Satyam for their financial fraud. Sebi has fined them over Rs 3,100 crore for it. Big question: why did it take 5-6 years to bring them to book?<br />
A local court trying the case of multi-crore accounting fraud in erstwhile Satyam Computer Services Limited (SCSL) adjourned the proceedings to August 11.
After five-and-a-half years, Sebi has finally pronounced verdict on the Satyam fraud. This is not a great show, but a darn sight faster than the CBI case still underway in Andhra Pradesh
In its 65-page order, effective immediately, Sebi said these five persons "have committed a sophisticated white collar financial fraud with pre-meditated and well thought of plan and deliberate design for personal gains and to the detriment of the company and investors in its securities".
Five years after a confession, the Satyam case involving B Ramalinga Raju is nowhere near a verdict even as new complications are being added to prolong the case
The Andhra Pradesh High Court today stayed a provisional order of Enforcement Directorate attaching Rs 822 crore deposits belonging to Mahindra Satyam in an alleged money laundering case involving former Satyam Chairman.
The Enforcement Directorate is sitting on its hands and has failed to file a chargesheet against Ramalinga Raju citing technical reasons