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February 25, 2009
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver...
Denver, UNITED STATES
File photo of Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaving...
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver Federal Courthouse with his attorney Jeffrey Speiser after being sentenced in the Qwest case in Denver, Colorado, in this July 27, 2007 file photo. A U.S. appeals court upheld the insider trading conviction of Nacchio on February 25, 2009, finding that a trial court properly excluded expert witness testimony that Nacchio deemed crucial to his case. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files (UNITED STATES
QWEST-NACCHIO/PRISON
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July 27, 2007
People sitting on a bench look at Joseph Nacchio (C), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications...
Denver, UNITED STATES
People sitting on bench look at Joseph Nacchio, former chief executive of Qwest Communications International,...
People sitting on a bench look at Joseph Nacchio (C), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaving the Denver Federal Courthouse after being sentenced in the Qwest case in Denver, Colorado, July 27, 2007. Nacchio was sentenced to six years in prison and ordered to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio (2nd R), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver Federal...
Joseph Nacchio (2nd R), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver Federal Courthouse with his son Michael (2nd L) and wife Anne (L) after being sentenced in the Qwest case in Denver, Colorado, July 27, 2007. Nacchio was sentenced to six years in prison and ordered to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver Federal...
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver Federal Courthouse with his attorney Jeffrey Speiser (C) and wife Anne after being sentenced in the Qwest case in Denver, Colorado, July 27, 2007. Nacchio was sentenced to six years in prison and ordered to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-NACCHIO/PRISON
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver Federal...
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver Federal Courthouse with his attorney Jeffrey Speiser after being sentenced in the Qwest case in Denver, Colorado, July 27, 2007. Nacchio was sentenced to six years in prison and ordered to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-NACCHIO/PRISON
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver Federal...
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International, leaves the Denver Federal Courthouse with his attorney Jeffrey Speiser (R) and wife Anne after being sentenced in the Qwest case in Denver, Colorado, July 27, 2007. Nacchio was sentenced to six years in prison and ordered to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the...
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the Denver Federal Courthouse for sentencing on 19 counts of illegal stock sales in Denver, Colorado July 27, 2007. Nacchio was ordered by a federal judge on Friday to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading, ahead of sentencing for an insider trading conviction. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio (R), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the...
Joseph Nacchio (R), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the Denver Federal Courthouse with his son, Michael, for sentencing on 19 counts of illegal stock sales in Denver, Colorado July 27, 2007. Nacchio was ordered by a federal judge on Friday to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading, ahead of sentencing for an insider trading conviction. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the...
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the Denver Federal Courthouse with his wife, Anne, for sentencing on 19 counts of illegal stock sales in Denver, Colorado July 27, 2007. Nacchio was ordered by a federal judge on Friday to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading, ahead of sentencing for an insider trading conviction. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the...
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the Denver Federal Courthouse with his wife, Anne, for sentencing on 19 counts of illegal stock sales in Denver, Colorado July 27, 2007. Nacchio was ordered by a federal judge on Friday to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading, ahead of sentencing for an insider trading conviction. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio (C), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the...
Joseph Nacchio (C), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the Denver Federal Courthouse with his son Michael (L) and his wife, Anne, for sentencing on 19 counts of illegal stock sales in Denver, Colorado July 27, 2007. Nacchio was ordered by a federal judge on Friday to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading, ahead of sentencing for an insider trading conviction. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the...
Joseph Nacchio (L), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the Denver Federal Courthouse with his wife, Anne, for sentencing on 19 counts of illegal stock sales in Denver, Colorado July 27, 2007. Nacchio was ordered by a federal judge on Friday to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading, ahead of sentencing for an insider trading conviction. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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July 27, 2007
Joseph Nacchio (C), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the...
Joseph Nacchio (C), the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc., arrives at the Denver Federal Courthouse with his son Michael (L) and his wife, Anne, for sentencing on 19 counts of illegal stock sales in Denver, Colorado July 27, 2007. Nacchio was ordered by a federal judge on Friday to forfeit $52 million in stock gains from insider trading, ahead of sentencing for an insider trading conviction. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
RTR1OLRE
April 14, 2007
Former Qwest Communications International Inc. Chief Executive Joseph Nacchio (C) jokes with his son...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest Communications International Inc. CEO Joseph Nacchio jokes with his son Michael Nacchio...
Former Qwest Communications International Inc. Chief Executive Joseph Nacchio (C) jokes with his son Michael Nacchio (L) and defense attorney John Richilano (R) as they arrive at the federal courthouse in Denver, Colorado April 13, 2007. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell (UNITED STATES)
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April 14, 2007
Former Qwest Communications International Inc. Chief Executive Joseph Nacchio (R) and his wife Anne Nacchio...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest Communications International Inc. Chief Executive Joseph Nacchio and his wife Anne Nacchio...
Former Qwest Communications International Inc. Chief Executive Joseph Nacchio (R) and his wife Anne Nacchio (L) laugh as they leave the federal courthouse in Denver, Colorado April 13, 2007. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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April 11, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C), his wife Anne (2nd R) and son Michael (L) wait to cross the street...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio, his wife Anne and son Michael wait to cross the street with his attorneys...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C), his wife Anne (2nd R) and son Michael (L) wait to cross the street with his attorneys to court (background) in Denver, Colorado April 11, 2007. The jury was expected to get the case in Nacchio's insider trading trial today. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL
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April 11, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) and his wife Anne (2nd L) and son Michael (R) walk down the sidewalk...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio and his wife and son walk down the sidewalk with his attorneys to court in Denver...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) and his wife Anne (2nd L) and son Michael (R) walk down the sidewalk with his attorneys to court in Denver, Colorado April 11, 2007. The jury was expected to get the case in Nacchio's insider trading trial today. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
RTR1OIXO
April 11, 2007
Defense attorneys Howard Stern (L) and Jeffrey Spizer for former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio walk down the...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Defense attorneys Howard Stern and Jeffrey Spizer walk down the sidewalk to court in Denver
Defense attorneys Howard Stern (L) and Jeffrey Spizer for former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio walk down the sidewalk to court in Denver, Colorado April 11, 2007. The jury was expected to get the case in Nacchio's insider trading trial today. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
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RTR1OIXI
April 11, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (R) and his wife Anne walk down the sidewalk to court in Denver, Colorado...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio and his wife walk down the sidewalk to court in Denver
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (R) and his wife Anne walk down the sidewalk to court in Denver, Colorado April 11, 2007. The jury was expected to get the case in Nacchio's insider trading trial today. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
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April 11, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) and his wife Anne (2nd L) and son Michael (R) walk down the sidewalk...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio and his wife Anne and son Michael walk down the sidewalk with his attorneys...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) and his wife Anne (2nd L) and son Michael (R) walk down the sidewalk with his attorneys to court in Denver, Colorado April 11, 2007. The jury was expected to get the case in Nacchio's insider trading trial today. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
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April 11, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (R) leaves court with his wife Anne in Denver, Colorado April 10, 2007....
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio leaves court with his wife Anne in Denver
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (R) leaves court with his wife Anne in Denver, Colorado April 10, 2007. The closing arguments have begun for Nacchio's insider trading trial. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
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April 11, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) leaves court with his wife Anne (2nd L) and son Michael (2nd R) in...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio leaves court with his wife Anne and son Michael in Denver
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) leaves court with his wife Anne (2nd L) and son Michael (2nd R) in Denver, Colorado April 10, 2007. The closing arguments have begun for Nacchio's insider trading trial. The woman at far left did not want to be identified. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
RTR1OIAU
April 10, 2007
Former Qwest Chief Executive Joseph Nacchio (2nd L) leaves court with his wife Anne (3rd L) and son Michael...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest Chief Executive Joseph Nacchio leaves court with his wife Anne and son Michael in Denver...
Former Qwest Chief Executive Joseph Nacchio (2nd L) leaves court with his wife Anne (3rd L) and son Michael in Denver, Colorado April 10, 2007. The closing arguments have begun for Nacchio's insider trading trial. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
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April 10, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (R) leaves court with his wife Anne in Denver, Colorado April 10, 2007....
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio leaves court with his wife Anne in Denver
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (R) leaves court with his wife Anne in Denver, Colorado April 10, 2007. The closing arguments have begun for Nacchio's insider trading trial. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
RTR1OIAQ
April 10, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) leaves court with his wife Anne (L) and son Michael in Denver, Colorado...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio leaves court with his wife Anne and son Michael in Denver
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) leaves court with his wife Anne (L) and son Michael in Denver, Colorado April 10, 2007. The closing arguments has begun for Nacchio's insider trading trial. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
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April 05, 2007
Former chief executive of Qwest Communications, Joseph Nacchio (C), his wife Anne Nacchio, and son Michael...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Joseph Nacchio, his wife and son Michael walk close together in Denver
Former chief executive of Qwest Communications, Joseph Nacchio (C), his wife Anne Nacchio, and son Michael Nacchio, walk close together as they arrive at the federal courthouse in Denver, Colorado April 5 , 2007. The billionaire who founded Qwest Communications International Inc. testified on Thursday that a distraught Joseph Nacchio, who is on trial for insider trading, wanted to resign as chief executive of the phone carrier following a suicide attempt by his oldest son David. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NQDN
March 21, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at court with his son Michael (L, back row ) and other family...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio arrives at court with his son Michael and other family members in Denver
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at court with his son Michael (L, back row ) and other family members in Denver, Colorado March 21, 2007. The former head of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NQDI
March 21, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (L) arrives at court with his son Michael in Denver, Colorado March 21,...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio arrives at court with his son Michael in Denver
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (L) arrives at court with his son Michael in Denver, Colorado March 21, 2007. The former head of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NQDF
March 21, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (2nd L) arrives at court with his son Michael (L) and wife Anne (2nd...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio arrives at court with family members in Denver
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (2nd L) arrives at court with his son Michael (L) and wife Anne (2nd R), as the Qwest building can be seen in the background, in Denver, Colorado March 21, 2007. The former head of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NQC8
March 21, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (2nd L, back row) arrives at court with his son Michael (L, back row...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio arrives at court with his son Michael and wife Anne and other family members...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (2nd L, back row) arrives at court with his son Michael (L, back row ), wife Anne (2nd R, back row) and other family members in Denver, Colorado March 21, 2007. The former head of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NQC4
March 21, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at court with his son Michael (L) and wife Anne and other...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio arrives at court with his son Michael and wife Anne and other family members...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at court with his son Michael (L) and wife Anne and other family members in Denver, Colorado March 21, 2007. The former head of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NQC3
March 21, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at court with his son Michael (L) and wife Anne and other...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio arrives at court with his son Michael and wife Anne and other family members...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at court with his son Michael (L) and wife Anne and other family members in Denver, Colorado March 21, 2007. The former head of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NQBX
March 21, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at court with his son Michael (rear L) and wife Anne (rear...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio arrives at court with his son Michael and wife Anne and other family members...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at court with his son Michael (rear L) and wife Anne (rear R) and other family members in Denver, Colorado March 21, 2007. The former head of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NQBT
March 21, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio arrives at court in Denver, Colorado March 21, 2007. The former head...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio arrives at court in Denver
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio arrives at court in Denver, Colorado March 21, 2007. The former head of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
RTR1NNMT
March 19, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading trial in Denver, Colorado March 19, 2007. The 57-year-old former CEO of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
RTR1NNMR
March 19, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading trial in Denver, Colorado March 19, 2007. The 57-year-old former CEO of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
RTR1NNMM
March 19, 2007
Protestors hold up signs outside the U.S. District Court, with the Qwest building in the background,...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Protestors hold up signs outside US District Court in Denver
Protestors hold up signs outside the U.S. District Court, with the Qwest building in the background, as former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio began the first day of his insider-trading trial in Denver, Colorado March 19, 2007. The 57-year-old former CEO of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections.REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
RTR1NNME
March 19, 2007
Protestors hold up signs outside the U.S. District Court, with the Qwest building in the background,...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Protestors hold up signs outside US District Court in Denver
Protestors hold up signs outside the U.S. District Court, with the Qwest building in the background, as former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio began the first day of his insider-trading trial in Denver, Colorado March 19, 2007. The 57-year-old former CEO of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections.REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
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March 19, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading trial in Denver, Colorado March 19, 2007. The 57-year-old former CEO of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
RTR1NNMB
March 19, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (2nd R) arrives at the U.S. district court as a protestor holds up a...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio arrives at US district court as protestor holds up a sign on the first day of...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (2nd R) arrives at the U.S. district court as a protestor holds up a sign on the first day of his insider-trading trial in Denver, Colorado March 19, 2007. The 57-year-old former CEO of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
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March 19, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (C) arrives at U.S. district court for the first day of his insider-trading trial in Denver, Colorado March 19, 2007. The 57-year-old former CEO of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
QWEST-TRIAL/
RTR1NNLZ
March 19, 2007
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (2nd R) arrives at the U.S. district court as a protestor holds up a...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Former Qwest CEO Nacchio arrives at US district court as protestor holds up a sign on the first day of...
Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio (2nd R) arrives at the U.S. district court as a protestor holds up a sign on the first day of his insider-trading trial in Denver, Colorado March 19, 2007. The 57-year-old former CEO of Qwest Communications International Inc. is accused in a 42-count indictment of selling $100 million worth of Qwest stock in 2001 after being warned months earlier by company insiders that the telephone company could not meet its aggressive financial projections. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
MEDIA QWEST
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May 03, 2005
A woman leaves a Qwest office building in downtown Denver in this May 3, 2005 file photo. A former top...
Denver, UNITED STATES
File photo of a woman leaving the Qwest office building in Denver
A woman leaves a Qwest office building in downtown Denver in this May 3, 2005 file photo. A former top executive of Qwest Communications International Inc on December 28, 2005 pleaded guilty to wire fraud, avoiding a five-week trial that had been set to start on Tuesday. Former Qwest executive vice president Marc Weisberg, 48, is among seven former Qwest executives charged criminally since 2003 as part of a three-year probe by federal prosecutors in Denver, which led to the indictment last week of Qwest chief executive Joseph Nacchio for insider trading. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files
NACCHIO
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October 01, 2002
Joseph Nacchio, former chairman and CEO, Qwest Communications International Inc., testifies before the...
Washington, USA
Joseph Nacchio, former chairman and CEO, Qwest Communications International Inc., testifies before t.....
Joseph Nacchio, former chairman and CEO, Qwest Communications International Inc., testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, October 1, 2002. [The committee is hearing from former and current executives of Qwest Communications International Inc. investigating sham transactions designed to boost revenues.]
RTRBFEB
October 01, 2002
PETER HELLMAN WITH QWEST EXECUTIVES BEFORE THE HOUSE SUBCOMMITTEE ON
OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS HEARING...
UNITED STATES
PETER HELLMAN WITH QWEST EXECUTIVES BEFORE THE HOUSE SUBCOMMITTEE ON
OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS ......
PETER HELLMAN WITH QWEST EXECUTIVES BEFORE THE HOUSE SUBCOMMITTEE ON
OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS HEARING IN WASHINGTON.

Peter Hellman, chairman of the audit committee, Qwest Communications
International Inc., testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Oversight
and Investigations Subcommittee hearing with other Qwest executives from
2ndL to R, Oren Schaffer, vice president and chief financial officer, Afshin
Mohebbi, president and chief operating officer, and Joseph Nacchio, former
chairman and CEO, on Capitol Hill in Washington, October 1, 2002. The
committee is hearing from former and current executives of Qwest
Communications International Inc., investigating sham transactions designed
to boost revenues. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang
RTRBFDH
October 01, 2002
Joseph Nacchio, former chairman and CEO, Qwest Communications International
Inc., testifies before the...
UNITED STATES
JOSEPH NACCHIO BEFORE THE HOUSE SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND
INVESTIGATIONS HEARING IN WASHINGTON.
Joseph Nacchio, former chairman and CEO, Qwest Communications International
Inc., testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Oversight and
Investigations Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, October
1, 2002. The committee is hearing from former and current executives of
Qwest Communications International Inc. investigating sham transactions
designed to boost revenues. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang REUTERS

HK
FINANCIAL SPITZER IPOPROBE
RTRBCY0
September 30, 2002
New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer speaks at a press conference
in New York on September...
New York, United States of America
NEW YORK STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL ANNOUNCES SUIT AGAINST CORPORATE
EXECUTIVES.
New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer speaks at a press conference
in New York on September 30, 2002 where he announced that he had filed
lawsuits against five executives of telecommunications companies seeking
disgorgement of profits made through alleged allocations of initial public
offerings. Former Qwest chief executive officer Joseph Nacchio and former
WorldCom chief executive Bernard Ebbers were among those named in the suit.
REUTERS/Peter Morgan

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December 14, 1998
Microsoft President Steve Ballmer (right) and Qwest Communications International President Joseph P....
Seattle, USA
Microsoft President Steve Ballmer (right) and Qwest Communications International President Joseph P......
Microsoft President Steve Ballmer (right) and Qwest Communications International President Joseph P. Nacchio talk about the business relationship the two companies have formed during their joint venture announcement at Microsoft's headquarters in Redmond, Washington on December 14. Microsoft, the computer software giant, has recently purchased $200 million shares of Qwest's common stock in order to help the telecommunications company develop its products and services. Qwest, a Denver-based company, develops electronic commerce networks to help businesses market and sell their products online.
MICROSOFT-QWEST
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December 14, 1998
Microsoft President Steve Ballmer (right) and Qwest Communications International President Joseph P....
Seattle, USA
MICROSOFT AND QWEST ANNOUNCE ALLIANCE.
Microsoft President Steve Ballmer (right) and Qwest Communications International President Joseph P. Nacchio talk about the business relationship the two companies have formed during their joint venture announcement at Microsoft's headquarters in Redmond, Washington on December 14. Microsoft, the computer software giant, has recently purchased $200 million shares of Qwest's common stock in order to help the telecommunications company develop its products and services. Qwest, a Denver-based company, develops electronic commerce networks to help businesses market and sell their products online.

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