Tech: Professors owe $2M for double dipping Hosea Feed the Hungry may lose religious tax break Trial lawyers object to proposed ban on open records requests Former Beazer CFO gives back $1.4M in fraud suit Audit: 85 ATL police officers lost arrest powers Rewrite of Georgia’s sunshine laws on track AG wraps up Clayton Co. […]
Former CEO Ken Beverly, who pleaded not guilty last week to Medicaid fraud, walked away from his Thomasville hospital gig in 2008 with a payout of $6.3 million. Plus expenses. A federal grand jury this month accused Beverly, as chief executive of Archbold Medical Center, of falsifying records to con Medicaid out of more than $9 million for his hospital.
Prominent lobbyist helped facilitate speaker’s affair Speaker candidate O’Neal: IRS audited tax deferral for governor Nathan Deal: ‘I’ve done nothing wrong’ Atlanta CFO seeks explanation for $25K luncheon Ex-Albany official’s ‘love interest’ takes stand in corruption trial Augusta Commission rejects restrictions on media Accused Glynn County educators deny cheating DNA exonerates Georgia man after 2 […]
Are drastic swings in CRCT scores valid? EPA investigating fallout from forgotten Atlanta lead smelter Does Atlanta’s firefighter shortage place residents in peril? Imperial Sugar execs mulled over implications of 1996 blast, CFO says
Harry Johnson (president): $289,645; Richard Marshall (CFO):$203,715; Ed Jackson Jr. (executive architect) $211,374
The top three officers of the tax-exempt Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation made a combined $704,000 in 2007. The group is raising cash to build a King monument on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The foundation also paid a “license fee” of $761,160 to Intellectual Properties Management Inc., a for-profit company owned […]