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Raj Rajaratnam

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Although, he could face huge criminal fines and penalties as part of his insider trading conviction, but the hedge fund founder could remain a rich man even if he is sent to prison for a long time. As recently as 2009, Forbes magazine said the Galleon Group founder was worth $1.3 billion, tied for 559th in the world. Rajaratnam is subject to a potential $172.6 million criminal penalty, based on twice his $63.8 million of gains on stocks such as Goldman Sachs Group Inc and Google Inc, and a $5 million fine on each of the nine securities fraud counts.

Pramod Bhasin

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The founder of BPO firm Genpact in 1997, has decided to step down as president and CEO of the firm, and the COO, N V Tyagarajan, popularly known as Tiger has to take Bhasin’s place. The Genpact is India’s biggest outsourcing firm with revenue of $1.26 billion.

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