Houston Exec May Get 30 Years In Securities Fraud

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A white-collar crime defendant in Houston could face a prison term of 24 to 30 years tomorrow for organizing a scheme to falsify his company’s books. The New York Times says the man is Jamie Olis, 38, a former executive at Dynegy Inc., a Houston-based producer of natural gas and electricity that tried to take
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