back to article SEC and DoJ charge ServiceMesh founder with $98m fraud

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Department of Justice (DoJ) have charged ServiceMesh founder Eric Pulier with attempting to defraud technology services giant of US$98 million. The scheme played out in Australia, where the SEC alleges Pulier paid “kickbacks” to execs at the Commonwealth Bank (CBA …

  1. Anonymous Coward
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    Which Bank?

    Kickbacks for purchasing IT gear, you say? That's impossible!

    How could anyone in the hub of all lean and transparent management - an Australian bank - manage to hide less-than-ideal product purchasing decisions, much less fraudulent transactions?

    I declare these pillars of the Australian business community, INNOCENT!

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