The case seemed ready for the government’s final press release.

After months of negotiations, Chi Yang agreed to plead guilty in connection with fraudulent sales made by his Dublin, Calif.-based biotech company. Even though he would admit to making a false statement, not fraud, Yang would still have to do prison time. He would also owe hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines and restitution.

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