A former Apple employee is going to jail over a scheme to defraud the Bay Area tech giant of more than $17 million and has been ordered to pay back what he stole.
Dhirendra Prasad received imprisonment for three years sentence Wed in federal court post he pleads Guilty of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, as well as of conspiracy to defraud the United States. A San Jose judge also ordered Prasad to forfeit millions of dollars in assets and recover payments: $17,398,104 to Apple and $1,872,579 to the Internal Revenue Service.
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