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WorldCom CEO Denies Fraud Tied to His Finances

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WorldCom CEO Denies Fraud Tied to His Finances

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WorldCom CEO Denies Fraud Tied to His Finances

WorldCom CEO Denies Fraud Tied to His Finances

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The former CEO of WorldCom enters his second day of cross-examination at his fraud trial. Bernard Ebbers Tuesday rejected claims that the company's fraudulent accounting was meant to cover problems with his personal finances. Ebbers says he knew nothing about an $11 billion gap in the accounts of the company he ran.