The former chief financial officer of an Irvine-company that helped tech giants move products between countries was sentenced Wednesday to more than four years in federal prison for embezzling $15 million from his employer. U.S. District Judge Andrew Guilford in Santa Ana also ordered a $15 million ... More >>
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