Former Boeing CFO Mike Sears was sentenced to four months in prison and fined $250,000 for his role in Boeing's controversial $21 billion proposal to lease 767 tanker aircraft to the US military. Sears was fired in Nov. 2003 for violating company policies by communicating about future employment for Darleen Druyun at Boeing while she was involved in the tanker deal at the US Air Force and subsequently trying to conceal their misconduct. Druyun, who also was fired after the scandal, pleaded ...

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