Chrosniak: Adjustments Were 'Bogus'

Farrell, Mike
April 2004
Multichannel News;4/26/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 17, p80
Presents the testimony of Karen Chrosniak, the director of investor relations for Adelphia Communications Corp. on the federal fraud trial involving four executives of the company. Accusations of Chrosniak against the accounting department and chief financial officer Tim Rigas; Names of the executives facing the fraud charges; Conditions of the company's accounting operations according to Chrosniak.


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