The former chief executive of Computer Associates was sentenced to 12 years in prison yesterday, following an April guilty plea to conspiracy, fraud and obstruction of justice charges.

The guilty plea from Sanjay Kumar, 44, as well as his public expression of contrition in court, were an abrupt turnaround from the early aftermath of the $2 billion accounting scandal at the software manufacturer.

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