Jett: Bosses knew

Harrington, John
June 1996
Crain's New York Business;6/24/96, Vol. 12 Issue 26, p42
Reports that former trader Joseph Jett of Kidder Peabody testified that his bosses knew of his strategy to fake $350 million in profits. Use of Mr. Jett as a scapegoat to save face in fixing a flawed accounting system.


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