Once Satyam, twice shy: Why auditors quitting big clients is complicated

The auditing community feels the burden of increased regulatory oversight, user expectations, and media activism


Ruchika Chitravanshi
On January 7, 2009, when B Ramalinga Raju resigned as the chief executive officer  of Satyam Computer Services after admitting to fraud, he set in motion a series of acts

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