Former Take-Two CEO Gets 5 Years Probation
A few million dollars, 5 years of probation and national media attention that will probably embarrass him in a way that few people ever get to experience.
Tay, 31, admitted she made false entries on a spreadsheet of 2001 and 2002 stock-option grants, according to court records. Selterman, 52, pleaded guilty to providing false information in a 2002 letter to regulators.
Brant's plea agreement also called for him to pay $6.3 million to settle a civil suit filed by federal regulators the day he pleaded guilty and another $1 million to New York City and state officials.”