Dickinson man faces 40 years in prison for $886 million securities fraud scheme

Joseph A. Kostelecky, formerly the executive vice president of U.S. operations at a publicly traded Canadian oil-services company, pleaded guilty Wednesday to perpetrating a scheme to fraudulently inflate the company’s reported revenue that resulted in shareholder losses in excess of $886 million. 
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