After three trials over the course of eight years, the former chairman of the Cendant Corp. was convicted on charges of spearheading a major accounting fraud.

When the fraud was discovered in 1998, it was one of the largest in history -- though soon to be replaced in the public consciousness by frauds at Enron and WorldCom.

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