Because it is about telling my story. The hard part being, I still fail to understand why he did what he did. Gupta believes was his prosecutorial overreach. The problem then is they all want to own it, control it, put their name on it.
During the dot-com bubble he and Anil Kumar created a program for McKinsey to accept payment from its clients in stock. When my own trial came around, prosecutors spun a handful of circumstantial interactions and hearsay statements into a compelling story, amassing mountains of meaningless documentation to overwhelm the jury and shore up their tenuous case.
Yes, it hurt. Gupta added. In this conversation with Firstpost, Gupta talks about how the book is a way to tell his story, and why he decided to write about the more personal aspects of his life.
Gupta said. June 15, Jury convicts Gupta of leaking insider secrets to Rajaratnam. Mc-Kinsey gave me many more such opportunities, ultimately electing me the first non-American-born leader of the company, a role I would hold for the maximum permitted nine years.
He was sentenced to two years in prison. Having lost both my parents in my teens, as the oldest son it was my responsibility to bring us financial stability.