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Wall Street Journal :: Leo Hindery, a former chief executive of Global Crossing Ltd. and well-known cable veteran, is fighting to force the fiber-optic carrier to award him $708,000 in back pay and more than $100,000 in rent for a lavish Manhattan apartment. Get all the […]

Wall Street Journal :: Leo Hindery, a former chief executive of Global Crossing Ltd. and well-known cable veteran, is fighting to force the fiber-optic carrier to award him $708,000 in back pay and more than $100,000 in rent for a lavish Manhattan apartment.

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  1. Terry l. jones Monday, May 21, 2007

    Dude i need $700.00. i scrude up and spent all of me and my wife income tax money, and now she is asking about it. were can i get money from fast. like today please help!!!!!!!!!!

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