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December 3, 1999 | STEPHEN GREGORY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
San Bernardino County ended its relationship with brokerage Salomon Smith Barney on Thursday after the county treasurer concluded that the municipality paid as much as $308,000 in potentially avoidable commission fees as part of transactions overseen by his predecessor, who last week pleaded guilty to federal bribery charges involving the awarding of county contracts.
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December 3, 1999 | STEPHEN GREGORY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
San Bernardino County ended its relationship with brokerage Salomon Smith Barney on Thursday after the county treasurer concluded that the municipality paid as much as $308,000 in potentially avoidable commission fees as part of transactions overseen by his predecessor, who last week pleaded guilty to federal bribery charges involving the awarding of county contracts.
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BUSINESS
December 3, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
Officials in San Bernardino County said they've ended all trading with brokerage Salomon Smith Barney as they investigate some mutual-fund sales the firm made to the county. County Treasurer Dick Larsen said that Salomon charged San Bernardino, the largest county in the United States in area, commissions on its trades at the rate it would charge a retail customer. With $1.
BUSINESS
December 3, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
Officials in San Bernardino County said they've ended all trading with brokerage Salomon Smith Barney as they investigate some mutual-fund sales the firm made to the county. County Treasurer Dick Larsen said that Salomon charged San Bernardino, the largest county in the United States in area, commissions on its trades at the rate it would charge a retail customer. With $1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 4, 2000
The first of seven defendants who pleaded guilty in a bribery scandal involving millions of dollars of San Bernardino County government contracts was sentenced Monday to six months in federal custody. Ronald Canham, a 51-year-old management consultant from San Diego, was ordered to spend three months in prison and three months in a halfway house and pay $14,000 in restitution and fines. Canham pleaded guilty last year to paying a $10,000 cash bribe to James J.
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