When Fighting (Alleged) Crime Doesn't Pay

Issue 05-15-17   |   Reviewer:   J. Vincent Eagan, JD, Ph.D.
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Abstract

Francisco Riordan, when he was an employee of Silicon Valley’s Rothenberg Ventures, passed along documents to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) implicating CEO Mike Rothenberg in alleged corporate self-dealing. Rothenberg is being sued by investors for allegedly handling funds inappropriately.

Riordan is currently having a difficult time finding a job. On the other hand, CEOs found guilty of self-dealing rarely face jail time.





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