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Altogether, more than $7bn in 'accounting errors' were found to have greatly inflated the company's assets. Worldcom's former chief executive Bernard Ebbers was subsequently sentenced to 25 years in prison for his part in the scandal and has since been dubbed one of the most corrupt CEOs of all time.
TODAY'S TOP STORIES Today in History for March 15th | 1:28. Highlights of Today in History: Julius Caesar assassinated in Rome; Johnson urges passage of Voting Rights Act; Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers convicted of fraud; Elizabeth Taylor marries Richard Burton; "My Fair Lady" debuts on Broadway ...

In his time at the SEC, Hodgkins worked on its case against WorldCom, which was rocked by an accounting scandal in the early 2000s, and cases against its former CEO Bernard Ebbers, chief financial officer Scott Sullivan and controller David Meyers. He worked a variety of cases involving disclosure and ...
Bernard Ebbers. Bernard Ebbers was the co-founder and chief executive of WorldCom, a US-based telecommunications company that was forced to file for bankruptcy protection in 2002. Like Enron, WorldCom instigated a huge accounting fraud. Operating expenses were classified as investments, with the ...
Mr. Peikin participated in the prosecution of WorldCom Inc. Chief Executive Bernard Ebbers, who was convicted and sentenced to 25 years in prison, according to a disclosure in a 2005 New York Law Journal article that he wrote. "He has a lot of experience and encyclopedic knowledge of the securities ...
Kozlowski was considered one of the most notorious examples of corporate greed and accounting fraud in an era that locked up many CEOs, including WorldCom founder and chief executive Bernard Ebbers, Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling and Adelphi Communications' father-and-son executive team of John ...

Note to aspiring CEOs: If your company is staggering under massive debt, don't orchestrate an $11 billion accounting fraud to try to cover it up. It doesn't' work. Bernie Ebbers turned WorldCom into the nation's second largest long distance telecommunications company through a series of rapid acquisitions that left it heavily ...
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Ex-WorldCom chief executive Bernard Ebbers was sentenced Wednesday to 25 years in prison for his role in orchestrating the biggest corporate fraud in the nation's history. Legal experts said the sentence, effectively a life term for the 63-year-old, appears to be the longest ever ...
"If Bernard Ebbers had been sentenced to 10 years in jail, corporate executives would be just as scared of committing fraud," he said. "I'm not sure that there's a substantial deterrent effect to a sentence that large." Before she imposed Mr. Ebbers's sentence, Judge Jones allowed remarks from a former ...
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers, facing life in prison for his role in an $11 billion accounting scandal at the former telecommunications giant, has agreed to give up most of his assets and to pay $5 million in cash to investors burned by the largest U.S. bankruptcy in ...
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In his time at the SEC, Hodgkins worked on its case against WorldCom, which was rocked by an accounting scandal in the early 2000s, and cases against its former CEO Bernard Ebbers, chief financial officer Scott Sullivan and controller David Meyers. He worked a variety of cases involving disclosure and ...
Mr. Peikin participated in the prosecution of WorldCom Inc. Chief Executive Bernard Ebbers, who was convicted and sentenced to 25 years in prison, according to a disclosure in a 2005 New York Law Journal article that he wrote. "He has a lot of experience and encyclopedic knowledge of the securities ...
Mr. Peikin participated in the prosecution of WorldCom Inc. Chief Executive Bernard Ebbers, who was convicted and sentenced to 25 years in prison, according to a disclosure in a 2005 New York Law Journal article that he wrote. Continue Reading Below. ADVERTISEMENT. "He has a lot of experience ...
WorldCom filed for bankruptcy in 2002 after an improper auditing scandal that resulted in former CEO Bernard Ebbers being sentenced to 25 years in prison. Scott and Crowe were not implicated in the WorldCom case. Although Level 3 moved its headquarters to Broomfield, Colorado, in 1998 to attract ...
Kozlowski was considered one of the most notorious examples of corporate greed and accounting fraud in an era that locked up many CEOs, including WorldCom founder and chief executive Bernard Ebbers, Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling and Adelphi Communications' father-and-son executive team of John ...
Note to aspiring CEOs: If your company is staggering under massive debt, don't orchestrate an $11 billion accounting fraud to try to cover it up. It doesn't' work. Bernie Ebbers turned WorldCom into the nation's second largest long distance telecommunications company through a series of rapid acquisitions that left it heavily ...

"If Bernard Ebbers had been sentenced to 10 years in jail, corporate executives would be just as scared of committing fraud," he said. "I'm not sure that there's a substantial deterrent effect to a sentence that large." Before she imposed Mr. Ebbers's sentence, Judge Jones allowed remarks from a former ...
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Ex-WorldCom chief executive Bernard Ebbers was sentenced Wednesday to 25 years in prison for his role in orchestrating the biggest corporate fraud in the nation's history. Legal experts said the sentence, effectively a life term for the 63-year-old, appears to be the longest ever ...
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers, facing life in prison for his role in an $11 billion accounting scandal at the former telecommunications giant, has agreed to give up most of his assets and to pay $5 million in cash to investors burned by the largest U.S. bankruptcy in ...
Again, 63-year-old Bernard Ebbers, the co-founder, former chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of WorldCom was sentenced to 25 years ...
Again, 63-year-old Bernard Ebbers, the co-founder, former chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of WorldCom was sentenced to 25 years ...
Mr. Peikin participated in the prosecution of WorldCom Inc. Chief Executive Bernard Ebbers, who was convicted and sentenced to 25 years in ...
WorldCom filed for bankruptcy in 2002 after an improper auditing scandal that resulted in former CEO Bernard Ebbers being sentenced to 25 ...
... up with a 14-year sentence, or former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers, who was sentenced to 25 years after an $11 billion loss to investors.
He raised questions about the board's authority to pay more than $50 million in bonuses and stock options to Chief Executive Bernard Ebbers ...
In the aftermath of the Enron collapse, accountants were being sent to jail for years while leaders like Worldcom chief Bernard Ebbers were being sent away for decades. The federal guidelines in a big public company fraud case could reach life without parole, a sentence most states reserve for murder.
... including WorldCom founder and chief executive Bernard Ebbers, Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling and Adelphi Communications' father-and-son ...
Note to aspiring CEOs: If your company is staggering under massive debt, don't orchestrate an $11 billion accounting fraud to try to cover it up. It doesn't' work.
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Ex-WorldCom chief executive Bernard Ebbers was sentenced Wednesday to 25 years in prison for his role in ...
Weingarten also represented former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers, who was sentenced in July to 25 years in prison for orchestrating the $11 ...
... Warnaco; Gary Winnick, Global Crossing; WorldCom's Bernard Ebbers; and L. Dennis Kozlowski of Tyco International, to name a few.
... an abundant menu: former Tyco International chief executive Dennis Kozlowski and WorldCom founder Bernard Ebbers are behind bars.
Again, 63 year old Bernard Ebbers, the co-founder, former chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of WorldCom was sentenced to 25 years ...
Again, 63-year-old Bernard Ebbers, the co-founder, former chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of WorldCom was sentenced to 25 years ...
Junk bond baron Michael Milken wants forgiveness, former WorldCom chief Bernard Ebbers a shorter prison term. More than 2 000 ...
... music as were the Ponzi scheme criminals like Bernie Madoff, Enron's Ken Lay, Worldcom's Bernard Ebbers, HealthSouth's Richard Scrushy, ...
No one likes to get scammed. But who hasn't been swayed by a fast-talking salesman or succumbed to a can't-miss deal that turned out to be ...
Mr. Peikin participated in the prosecution of WorldCom Inc. Chief Executive Bernard Ebbers, who was convicted and sentenced to 25 years in ...
WorldCom filed for bankruptcy in 2002 after an improper auditing scandal that resulted in former CEO Bernard Ebbers being sentenced to 25 ...
Under Kelley's watch, the office also secured the 2005 guilty verdict of charges against former WorldCom Inc. CEO Bernard Ebbers over his ...
... up with a 14-year sentence, or former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers, who was sentenced to 25 years after an $11 billion loss to investors.
Those at the heart of two big corporate scandals in 2001 and 2002 received harsh treatment: Bernard Ebbers, WorldCom's chief executive was ...
He raised questions about the board's authority to pay more than $50 million in bonuses and stock options to Chief Executive Bernard Ebbers ...
... including WorldCom founder and chief executive Bernard Ebbers, Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling and Adelphi Communications' father-and-son ...
Note to aspiring CEOs: If your company is staggering under massive debt, don't orchestrate an $11 billion accounting fraud to try to cover it up. It doesn't' work.
"The problem is that Bernard Ebbers was transformed into a symbol of corporate corruption," Mr. Weingarten told reporters outside the ...
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Ex-WorldCom chief executive Bernard Ebbers was sentenced Wednesday to 25 years in prison for his role in ...
Highlights of Today in History: Julius Caesar assassinated in Rome; Johnson urges passage of Voting Rights Act; Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers convicted of fraud; Elizabeth Taylor marries Richard Burton; "My Fair Lady" debuts on Broadway. (March 15).
Highlights of Today in History: Julius Caesar assassinated in Rome; Johnson urges passage of Voting Rights Act; Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers convicted of fraud; Elizabeth Taylor marries Richard Burton; "My Fair Lady" debuts on Broadway. (March 15).


 

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