Learning from Satyam: How to Detect FraudSuresh Govindaraj
The scandal at Satyam Computer Services (SAY) continues to rock India's outsourcing industry. The company, once the fourth-largest IT services provider in India, has been on the rocks since then-Chairman Ramalinga Raju announced in January a $1 billion accounting fraud. Prosecutors are pursuing cases against Satyam executives and auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers accountants. Rivals are busy trying to poach Satyam employees and clients. And smaller competitor Tech Mahindra (TEML.BO) in April took control of the company by buying 51% of Satyam stock for $1.5 billion.
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