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Former McKinsey chief Rajat Gupta is unrepentant for his crimes

After a stint in federal prison, the former McKinsey chief and Goldman Sachs director maintains he is innocent - and is trying to repair his reputation

Andrew Ross Sorkin | NYT 

Rajat Gupta had been moved to a larger part of the prison when he came face to face with his nemesis, Raj Rajaratnam. Mr. Rajaratnam, a disgraced hedge fund manager, hadn’t always been Mr. Gupta’s nemesis. For a long time, they were close — so close that a jury was convinced Mr. Gupta had slipped him boardroom secrets so that Mr. Rajaratnam could trade on inside information. Mr. Gupta — once a member of the financial elite as the head of McKinsey, a board member of Goldman Sachs and an adviser to Bill Gates — had been convicted of securities fraud in ...

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First Published: Sat, March 23 2019. 20:57 IST