- A previous vice president and deputy functions manager at Turner Design was sentenced this week in Manhattan federal court to 46 months in jail for evading taxes on more than $1.5 million in bribes he gained from subcontractors in link with assignments undertaken for worldwide money agency Bloomberg.
- Ronald Olson, 54, of Massapequa, New York, who previously pled responsible to the demand, was also sentenced to three decades of supervised release and requested to pay out restitution of $661,519 in unpaid taxes and interest, according to a push statement from the Office of Justice.
- According to court docket paperwork, Olson participated in a plan to get hold of bribes from construction subcontractors, who compensated kickbacks in exchange for staying awarded contracts and subcontracts carried out for Bloomberg.
Turner officers responded to the information.
“The former Turner staff betrayed our enterprise, his fellow personnel and our core