Federal prosecutors have expanded their investigation of kickbacks that enriched Home Depot managers at the company's expense to include two more former managers. Evidence developed in the course of the investigation prompted federal prosecutors last week to seek the seizure of two Georgia homes, one of them worth $2.5 million. The investigation has already resulted in guilty pleas by former Home Depot managers Anthony M. Tesvich, James P. Robinson and Ronald K. Johnston.
Home Depot Fraud Case Grows With Two More Managers Targeted
February 5, 2009