He said, "All I can say, we have been approached by potential buyers." However he refused to devulge more details.&13;
Das said the Satyam Board of Directors (BoD) will meet on Jan 22 in Hyderabad and would discuss issues such as search for CEO and CFO, legal matters and immediate cash requirements to run the company. He added that the board would also discuss whether it needs to ask the government to stand as a guarantor for raising loans.&13;
India's fourth largest software exporting company, Satyam Computers landed in trouble when its founder and CEO Ramalinga Raju resigned as Chairman on Jan 7 and admitted of 7,000 crore scam. He revealed that the profits had been falsified for years.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)