Women Still Less Likely to Commit Corporate Fraud

Women are less likely to take part in corporate crime and fraud even though more women now work in corporations and serve at higher levels of those organizations, according to a team of sociologists.

India's Satyam posts strong profit growth

Indian software outsourcer Mahindra Satyam on Thursday said its quarterly net profit soared more than ten-fold, beating market estimates, as demand for outsourcing grew.

India's fraud-hit Satyam posts loss but is on the mend

India's fraud-hit Satyam announced Wednesday a loss of 27.6 million dollars for the last fiscal year as it reported its first earnings since an accounting scandal pushed the firm to the edge of bankruptcy.

India's fraud-hit Satyam seeks delisting from NYSE

India's fraud-hit software firm Satyam Computers said on Friday it plans to delist from the New York stock exchange as it may not be able to meet the US deadline to file restated financial accounts.

Study shows anonymous whistle-blowers less likely to be believed

According to a new study, corporate directors, who are ultimately responsible for internal whistle-blowing systems, often do not take action at all regarding anonymous allegations, even when the allegation involves very serious ...

India fraud office to prosecute Satyam founder

India's fraud office will file charges this month against the founder of outsourcer Satyam after he admitted to falsifying profits in the nation's biggest corporate fraud, a minister said Monday.

'India's Enron' fraud trial to conclude next month

A judge trying 10 people over one of India's biggest ever corporate fraud scandals at IT group Satyam is to reach a verdict at the end of next month, a report said Thursday.

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