An Indian court on Thursday convicted the founder of an outsourcing giant and nine others on charges of stealing millions of dollars in one of the largest frauds in the country's corporate history.
B. Rama Raju, his two brothers and seven other officials of Satyam Computer Services face life imprisonment. Judge B.V.L.N. Chakravarthy said he would sentence them on Friday.
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