Wipro took over 18 months to disclose its troubles with the World Bank that led ultimately to the bank banning it for providing improper benefits to its staff.
Se we asked Wipro a few basic questions like why the company had not disclosed the serious problems with the World Bank earlier, the names of the other clients to whom it offered IPO shares, how many shares were offered and the names of those who accepted the shares along with the number of shares accepted.
We spoke to Wipro twice today but the pansies at the company are too scared to respond to a few basic questions.
Makes us wonder what else Wipro Chief Azim Premji and his associates are hiding.
And to think that Wipro boasts about Unyielding Integrity on its web site. Talk is cheap, right?
Meanwhile, shares of Wipro were trading at $7.50,Â 8.54% lower on the New York Stock Exchange at 1:04PM EST today.