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The ex CEO of my current company, both of which shall remain nameless, ran up $200,000+ of charges on his company AMEX then declared personal bankruptcy, with other unsecured loans from the company outstanding. Hurray for capitalism!
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The ex CEO of my current company, both of which shall remain nameless, ran up $200,000+ of charges on his company AMEX then declared personal bankruptcy, with other unsecured loans from the company outstanding. Hurray for capitalism!

Can't the company do something about the fraud? Here you would be fired and could be prosecuted for stealing. For us it is illegal to use a company credit card for personal items.
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The ex CEO of my current company, both of which shall remain nameless, ran up $200,000+ of charges on his company AMEX then declared personal bankruptcy, with other unsecured loans from the company outstanding. Hurray for capitalism!

David,

Maybe that is why he is an ex-CEO.

I hope that he has a fun time finding his next job with references like that.

My life-long experiences have been that people like this often get what is coming to them sooner or later.

Besides, the only paycheck that matters is the one with your name on it.

Keep up the good work.

Bret

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