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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWilliam S. Lerach, once one of the nation's most successful attorneys, was sentenced to two years in prison Monday for his part in a kickback scheme involving class-action lawsuits against some of corporate America's biggest names. The 61-year-old San...
Sun StaffThe accounting scandal enveloping WorldCom Inc. grew out of a scheme so simple and brazen that top executives for the telecom giant should have known it would eventually collapse of its own weight, experts in corporate finance said yesterday. But the...
Tags: Crimes, Accounting and Auditing, Finance, Earnings, Fraud
Courant Staff WriterAcross the country, headlines tell the horror stories of indoor mold: Schools are closed; families abandon homes with breakfast dishes still in the sink; Ed McMahon's dog dies; lawsuits and claims by sick workers threaten to bankrupt businesses. The...
Times Staff WriterPresident Bush's corporate reform initiatives will do little to restore confidence in America's battered business culture, whether by shoring up investor trust or discouraging genuinely fraudulent behavior in the executive suite, according to business...
Which candidate better understands the Guard's interests and concerns? Two weeks ago we asked for your responses to how President Bush and Senator Kerry stand on Iraq. Here is what you said: In my humble opinion, the only candidate who will actively...
Tags: John Kerry, Death, Santa Ana, Family, Baghdad (Iraq)
Tribune News ServiceCurrent and former Black employees of Xerox Corp. have sued the company, accusing it of racial discrimination and retaliation. The suit, which seeks class-action status for "hundreds of Black salespeople," is being brought on behalf of six Black sales...
Tribune staff reporterAmerican Express Co. scored the top slot this year among the 50 most powerful and gay-friendly public companies selected by the New York-based gfn.com, the Gay Financial Network. "American Express is very, very proactive in terms of their marketing...
Tribune staff reportersNeither Larry Butler nor Mac Irvin has run a high school basketball program. Neither has worked full time for a school district or the Illinois High School Association, the governing body for the state's interscholastic sports. Yet in the last decade...
Third of four parts This series was reported by Delroy Alexander, Greg Burns, Robert Manor, Flynn McRoberts and E.A. Torriero. It was written by McRoberts. Inside the gleaming Houston headquarters of Enron Corp., it could be hard to distinguish between...
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