Satyam's U.S. Clients Face Tough ChoicesMoira Herbst
Details of the stunning fraud at Indian outsourcing giant Satyam are still trickling out. On Friday, Jan. 9, former Chairman Ramalinga Raju was arrested, the company's stock was delisted, and its board of directors was liquidated. It's unclear whether the $2.1 billion-a-year company will survive. But worried as they are, Satyam's current customers cannot abandon the company overnight; in the tech-services business, the operations of the client and service provider can be deeply intertwined.
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