Guess How Much Raj Used To Fine His Employees Every Time They Showed Up Late To The Morning Meeting

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According to testimony yesterday in the Raj trial, the Galleon head was a fan of punctuality.And for those employees who turned up late to the morning meeting, there was literally a price to pay.

According to Bloomberg,

Analysts arrived at work at 7 a.m. and had to be prepared to field questions about the companies they covered at the 8:30 a.m. meeting that Rajaratnam led, [former research chief] Schutte said.

Employees who showed up late were fined $25, he said.

Rajaratnam then retreated to his office where he fielded phone calls, reviewed data on his six computer screens and met with analysts, he said.

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