Schorsch Tied to ARCP Accounting Scandal in Lawsuit
A complaint that Schorsch instructed ARCP executives to shift numbers in the company’s second-quarter results to cover up errors from the first quarter is part of a defamation suit against ARCP, Schorsch and former ARCP Chief Executive David Kay, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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