A former director of Home Box Office print services pleaded guilty last week to rigging bids that netted her nearly a half million dollars in kickbacks from four commercial printers.
Michele Komack, of Scarsdale, N.Y., faces a maximum 11 years in prison and $700,000 in fines for steering contracts in return for bribes.
The Komack investigation was part of a broader federal investigation of the printing and graphics industries.
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