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Billionaire Dan Och Sanctioned, Hedge Fund Firm To Pay $412 Million To Resolve Bribery Charges

A unit of Dan Och’s hedge fund firm has agreed to plea guilty to a federal charge of conspiring to bribe officials in Africa. Och himself agreed to pay $2.2 million to resolve Securities & Exchange Commission civil charges that he caused certain violations.
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