TITLE

Dealership can't recoup embezzled money

AUTHOR(S)
Freedman, Eric
PUB. DATE
January 2001
SOURCE
Automotive News;1/22/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5913, p18
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on the Missouri Court of Appeals' refusal to allow the used-car dealership, Chouteau Auto Mart Inc. and its financing arm, Northland Acceptance Corp., to recoup the amount embezzled by the former's bookkeeper, Janice Thompson from the First Bank of Missouri where she deposited the money in personal accounts. Case background; Prosecution of Thompson for federal tax fraud charges.
ACCESSION #
4048237

 

Related Articles

  • Bank faces future stronger, but minus key exec. Bronstien, Barbara F. // American Banker;3/8/1996, Vol. 161 Issue 46, p6 

    Reports on the return to profitability of the First Bank of Missouri under the administration of Kenneth Fox, the bank's president. Dismal financial performance in yearend 1993; Resignation of Fox in late 1995; Focus on commercial Small Business Administration lending and real estate mortgage...

  • Miracle cure.  // Pulse;9/24/2008, Vol. 68 Issue 32, p7 

    The article offers information on the camomile tea for diabetes treatment in Great Britain. On the research conducted, starved rats are fed with sugar solutions and gave a cup of camomile extract. The result is the improvement of the glucose metabolism of the rats. Janice Thompson, professor of...

  • Starving for attention: NC mother fasts to challenge book. Olson, Renee; Meyer, Randy // School Library Journal;Mar95, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p110 

    States that Janice Thompson, mother in Tarboro, North Carolina, embarked on a 46-day hunger strike to convince a high school to remove `Death Be Not Proud' by John Gunther from its curriculum. When she began her fruit-and-vegetable-juice fast; When she ended her fast; Why she wanted the book...

  • Fools Rush In. Butler, Tamara // Library Journal;9/1/2009, Vol. 134 Issue 14, p100 

    The article reviews the book "Fools Rush In," by Janice Thompson.

  • New guide on embezzlement control.  // Internal Auditor;Aug94, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p9 

    Reports that embezzlers steal $4-$6 billion a year from their employers according to a report entitled `How to Detect Embezzlement' by Jack Bologna. Embezzlement as a product of motive and opportunity; Topics covered by the report; Contact information for obtaining a copy of the report.

  • Embezzlement. Perry, Phillip // Pest Control;Nov95, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p38 

    Presents tips on how to prevent employee embezzlement. Establishment of security procedures; Division and rotation of responsibility for handling of checks; Development of a three-way check and balance system. INSETS: Spotting the potential embezzler.;Encourage reports.;Plan ahead.;Good...

  • Managing betrayal: A case study of employee dishonesty. Smith, John // Association Management;May97, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p63 

    Focuses on the problem of embezzlement, through the presentation of a case study of an embezzlement scheme by a staff member in a nonprofit organization in the United States. Initial response of the company after it became aware of the theft; Identifying the extent of the loss and determining...

  • Official executed.  // South Asian Post;4/1/2010, p18 

    The article reports that a public housing official from the central province of Hunan, China was executed after being convicted of embezzling 18 million U.S. dollars.

  • Their cheatin' hearts: Signs of embezzlement.  // Crain's Chicago Business;7/10/95, Vol. 18 Issue 28, p15 

    Advises entrepreneurs on the avoidance of embezzlement losses in the United States. Awareness of changes in an employee's lifestyle; Spreading of financial duties; Screening of applicants.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics