September 25, 2022

Ex-Crazy Eddie CFO Wondering Why He Hasn’t Got a Second Chance Like *Some* People

Sam Antar knows an inequitable situation when he sees one:   

A regular reader of GC wondered to us: "In Spitzer's case I thought this was an especially good question. I mean, Spitzer broke the law when he was responsible for enforcing the law…and now he wants to be the guy in charge of managing hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money."

Crooked CFOs > Politicians with problems keeping it in their pants? Discuss. 


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