Milestones Jul. 10, 2006

CONVICTED. Richard Scrushy, 53, founder of HealthSouth, based in Birmingham, Ala., and Don Siegelman, 60, former Democratic Governor of Alabama; of bribery and mail fraud for a scheme in which Scrushy gave $500,000 to Siegelman's campaign for a state lottery in exchange for a seat on a state board that regulated HealthSouth; by a federal jury; in Montgomery, Ala. The verdicts came one year after Scrushy, who still faces several civil trials, was acquitted of a $2.7 billion accounting fraud at HealthSouth.

PLEADED GUILTY. Bernard Kerik, 50, ex--New York City police commissioner, whose quick responses in the aftermath of the 9/11...

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