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How an embezzler stole millions from a small company

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

New details have emerged on the methods used and the outcomes following the case of 47-year-old convicted embezzler Sujata “Sue” Sachdeva, who was the trusted 15-year veteran vice president of finance, secretary, and principal accounting officer of Koss Corporation.

During a span of more than five years, she stole nearly half the company’s pretax earnings. The scheme was uncovered when American Express noticed her credit card balances were being paid through large wire transfers originating from a company bank account. Koss is the Milwaukee-based, mostly privately held small company that’s a prominent global designer and marketer of stereophonic headphones... Read More

Curtis C. Verschoor – Accounting Web