Time Off For Bad Behavior

Falkenberg, Kai
January 2009
Forbes Asia;1/12/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p80
The article offers information on the release of ImClone Systems Inc.'s biotech firm chief executive officer (CEO) Samuel Waksal from his incarceration in the U.S. Scheduled to be released on February 9, 2009, Waksal's sentence is noted to have been made shorter due to his effort of participating in a prison rehabilitation program for substance abusers.


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