Huffington Post: “Tsutomu Omori, 49, head of scandal-ridden Olympus Corp.’s medical equipment business in India, committed suicide late Sunday, Lal Singh, investigating officer of Gurgaon Police told Reuters. The company was rocked by a $1.7 billion fraud that led to the arrest of senior executives in Tokyo.”
“At this stage of probe, it looks like he committed suicide. One of his company executives told us he was depressed for the last two weeks,” Singh said, adding that the Japanese Embassy was informed of the death on Monday.
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