Washington (April 23, 2003) - HealthSouth Corp. treasurer Malcolm McVay agreed to plead guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit wire and securities fraud and filing false financial information with the Securities and Exchange Commission, making him the 10th HealthSouth employee to cut a deal with the Justice Department in its investigation into the troubled health-care firm.
McVay, 41, is the fourth of the Birmingham, Ala.-based company's five former CFOs to be charged in the unfolding scandal. All four have agreed to cooperate with investigators.
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