Ex-Systemax exec indicted over $7m bribe allegations

Doug Woodburn

Carl Fiorentino steered more than $230m in business to suppliers in return for kickbacks, prosecutors allege

A former Systemax executive could face jail after being indicted on charges of taking bribes of more than $7m (£4.5m) from suppliers. Carl Fiorentino steered more than $230m in business to suppl...

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