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May 8, 1989
Robert D. Barrett, a former Unisys Corp. representative, was ordered to perform 200 hours of community service for concealing illegal political donations from defense contractors to a congressman . . . The Soviet Union, three days after President Bush offered cut-rate prices on wheat, bought 300,000 metric tons of subsidized wheat and 200,000 tons of corn--deals that broke the record for U.S. exports to the Kremlin.
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BUSINESS
May 8, 1989
Robert D. Barrett, a former Unisys Corp. representative, was ordered to perform 200 hours of community service for concealing illegal political donations from defense contractors to a congressman . . . The Soviet Union, three days after President Bush offered cut-rate prices on wheat, bought 300,000 metric tons of subsidized wheat and 200,000 tons of corn--deals that broke the record for U.S. exports to the Kremlin.
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BUSINESS
January 28, 1989 | DOUGLAS JEHL and RONALD J. OSTROW, Times Staff Writers
In a major development in the Pentagon fraud investigation, a Marine Corps civilian supervisor pleaded guilty Friday to taking $43,500 in bribes and two Unisys Corp. representatives admitted funneling illegal campaign contributions to five members of Congress. With his guilty plea, former Marine procurement officer Jack Sherman became the first Defense Department employee to be convicted in the investigation, which began in September, 1986.
BUSINESS
January 28, 1989 | DOUGLAS JEHL and RONALD J. OSTROW, Times Staff Writers
In a major development in the Pentagon fraud investigation, a Marine Corps civilian supervisor pleaded guilty Friday to taking $43,500 in bribes and two Unisys Corp. representatives admitted funneling illegal campaign contributions to five members of Congress. With his guilty plea, former Marine procurement officer Jack Sherman became the first Defense Department employee to be convicted in the investigation, which began in September, 1986.
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March 10, 1989 | DOUGLAS JEHL, Times Staff Writer
In a major breakthrough in the Pentagon fraud case, a former vice president of the Unisys Corp. pleaded guilty Thursday to bribing then-high-ranking Navy official Melvyn R. Paisley to win multimillion-dollar Defense Department contracts. The executive, Charles F. Gardner, admitted that he had directed an associate in 1986 to use company funds to buy Paisley's Sun Valley, Ida., condominium at an inflated price in return for preferential treatment on Navy and Marine Corps business.
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