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Page entitled : Bernie Ebbers (WorldCom) and Dennis Kozlowski (Tyco International)

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Some insights on the careers of two notoriously crooked CEOs : Bernard J. Ebbers (World Com) and Dennis Kozlowski (Tyco International).


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... antitrust regulators rejected MCI WorldCom’s planned $115 billion merger with Sprint Communications. Amid a generally declining telecommunications market, WorldCom’s stock price started to slide, putting at risk Ebbers' personal fortune, which was highly leveraged as he had bought most of his stock with loans (totaling ...

 

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