November 9, 2007
Former Safety Kleen CFO Sentenced in Securities Fraud Case
The judge said she wanted to send a message -- that "concealing a company's financial position is always wrong." The former CFO of Safety-Kleen, Paul Humphreys, was sentenced to nearly 6 years in prison after admitting to securities and bank fraud charges. He was accused of artificially inflating earnings from 1998-2000. NYTimes, Prison Term in Fraud Case.
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