Third Take-Two Exec Pleads Guilty, Dodges Hoosegow

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From the Times: Take-Two Interactive Software‘s former general counsel, Kenneth I. Selterman, was sentenced Wednesday to three years of probation for falsifying a letter to regulators. He is the third former executive from the video game company, the maker of the Grand Theft Auto series, to be sentenced in a stock option backdating investigation. Take-Two’s former chief executive and former accounting chief have also pleaded guilty and received probation for falsifying records. 

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