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Resource ID: #20548
Subject: Identity
Source: New York Times
Affiliation: 
Date: 5-Mar-01

Description

This story explains how a Lucent Technologies executive's criminal history was not uncovered until he died. According to the author, "A routine audit by Lucent after Mr. (James) Baughman died disclosed discrepancies in a contract he had struck with an employee-search firm, resulting in a multi-million-dollar billing dispute." Baughman also forged a Stanford University transcript.

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