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Why is it that corporate posterboys come down like fallem angels after an illustrious career? Example: 1. Rajan Pillai of Britannia dying in jail, 2. Rajat Gupta facing 10-25 years jail term for insider trading, 3. Sunil Alagh unceremoniously removed from Brittannia's MD's position.

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Asked by manish varma, 17 Jun '12 01:16 pm
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There could be many reasons, individualistic in its origin but general in its nature. Some where along the line, the boundaries of the rules of the game of life are given a 'risky tilt', arising from the confidence that has ruled their life. There is always the overriding desire, urge and a kind of aphrodisiac effect that propels them to cross that 'forbidden line' to a dangerous territory. It is not that, they are not aware of the rules, it is not that they are not aware of the consequence or the infamy that may follow if caught ... They probably see themselves as 'beyond the ordinary', delusionary in nature but caught and convinced by their own illusions of invincibility. The first casualty in such cases in always the 'cautionary approach' that build their career in the first place, then every vestige of reason that was once dear to them and with it even the remote of thought of fear. I guess, all this is driven in a primitive manner intrinsic in it nature for acquiring more - a form ...more
Answered by Omega, 17 Jun '12 06:28 pm

 
  
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The saying that wherever you go, your shadow doesnot leave you, it follows you and the long arm of law slowly but surely catches you
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 17 Jun '12 01:20 pm

 
  
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The saying that wherever you go, your shadow doesnot leave you, it follows you and the long arm of law slowly but surely catches you
Answered by Motu, 18 Oct 10:03 pm

 
  
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