- BEST B-SCHOOLS
- INDIA'S BEST EMPLOYERS
- HOTTEST YOUNG EXECUTIVES
- TOP EMERGING COMPANIES
- BEST CFOs
- BEST BANKS
- COOLEST START-UPS
- BEST INNOVATIONS
- MOST POWERFUL BUSINESSWOMEN
- WOMEN'S ISSUE
- BEST SMEs
- LUXURY SPECIAL
- BEST CEOs
- ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
- UNION BUDGET
- BUSINESS TODAY
- BT MORE
- MONEY TODAY
- GADGETS AND GIZMOS
US District Judge said that Gupta's argument that the evidence of personal benefits presented at the trial was insufficient to sustain his conviction calling it "both too late and too little".
Rajaratnam, who is serving an 11-year prison term, is trying to void a $92.8 million penalty while Gupta wants to throw out his criminal conviction.
The former McKinsey head suffered a major blow this week when his petition to rehear his insider trading conviction was denied by an appeals court.
The former Goldman Sachs Director, who was convicted in 2012, began serving a two-year prison term on insider trading charges in June, 2014.
65-year-old Gupta reported to the minimum security satellite camp at FMC Devens in Ayer, Massachusetts, on June 17 to begin his two-year prison sentence.
News You Can Use
- To counter Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel to offer free data for 12 months
- How to calculate the EMI on your loan
- Mistakes to avoid while doing tax planning in 2017
- Five things to know about new Suzuki Swift 2017
- Service charge by hotels and restaurants not mandatory
- Here's what you need to know to save taxes in 2017