The travel manager at a Bay Area technology company allegedly charged $90,000 in personal expenses to a corporate credit card, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.The paper says that the sum includes $12,900 in tuition payments rendered to the manager's son's private school.
The woman's employer is Network Appliance, a 15-year-old data storage company based in Sunnyvale, California. The business is traded on the Nasdaq and has $2.8 billion in annual sales and more than 6,600 employees.
The employee is scheduled for arraignment on October 11 in San Jose, the Chronicle reports.
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Last updated: Sep 26, 2007
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