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Kumar fined $1 billion!

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Apr 13, 2007
This is some serious change!

Network World Special News Alert, 04/13/07
CA's Kumar ordered to pay restitution of $1 billion

A U.S. District Court judge has ordered the former CEO of CA to pay more
than $1 billion in restitution to victims of securities fraud he
committed while at the company.=20

CA has already repaid $225 million of that amount to a victim's fund.
Sanjay Kumar must pay $52 million in the next 18 months, Judge I. Leo
Glasser of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
ordered Friday.=20

Glasser also released Kumar from an $8 million fine imposed in November
while he is making restitution. Kumar was also sentenced to 12 years in
prison after pleading guilty to obstruction of justice and securities
fraud charges.=20


Jim


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Kumar fined $1 billion!
"This is some serious change!

Network World Special News Alert, 04/13/07
CA's Kumar ordered to pay restitution of $1 billion

A U.S. District Court judge has ordered the former CEO of CA to pay more
than $1 billion in restitution to victims of securities fraud he
committed while at the company.

CA has already repaid $225 million of that amount to a victim's fund.
Sanjay Kumar must pay $52 million in the next 18 months, Judge I. Leo
Glasser of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
ordered Friday.

Glasser also released Kumar from an $8 million fine imposed in November
while he is making restitution. Kumar was also sentenced to 12 years in
prison after pleading guilty to obstruction of justice and securities
fraud charges.


Jim


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Re: Kumar fined $1 billion!
"Here's the full story from the Wall Street Journal - poor Sanjay has to
sell his yacht!
Tom Flesher
E-Net Corp.

Ex-CA Chief Kumar Agrees
To Pay $52 Million in Restitution

By WILLIAM M. BULKELEY
Sanjay Kumar, the former chief executive of Computer Associates
International Inc., settled federal claims for restitution payments to
victims by agreeing to pay $52 million. In addition, he will pay 20% of any
earnings he makes after serving a 12-year jail term.

Mr. Kumar, 45, will start serving his sentence in August after arranging
for the payment of the restitution. Mr. Kumar, who pled guilty to stock
fraud and obstruction of justice charges a year ago had previously been
scheduled to start serving the sentence this month.

U.S. District Judge Leo Glasser approved the deal on Friday following a
brief hearing in Brooklyn.

""The settlement will allow his family to live reasonably well,"" said
Lawrence G. McMichael, Mr. Kumar's lawyer. ""That's fair. His family did not
commit a crime.""

Mr. McMichael said his client has already begun selling assets to pay the
restitution, including several luxury cars. Mr. Kumar's yacht and a boat
slip in Naples, Fla., are up for sale, Mr. McMichael said. Mr. Kumar also
will use his securities holdings to pay the restitution.

In a stipulation and order of settlement filed in the U.S. District Court
in Brooklyn, Mr. Kumar agreed that the full amount of the damages to
victims of the stock fraud was $1.023 billion. The restitution agreement
was earlier reported in the New York Times.

Six other former executives at Computer Associates have pleaded guilty to
criminal charges in the matter and the company has already paid $225
million into a fund administered by the Feinberg Group under a deferred
prosecution agreement. Mr. Kumar's payments will be added to that fund as
will anticipated smaller payments by other CA executives who have pleaded
guilty.

At Friday's hearing, Kenneth C. Feinberg, the special master for the
victim's fund handling restitution to victims, said there are 95,363
eligible persons who have made claims to the fund, which now has about $235
million in assets. Mr. Feinberg said the fund will begin making
distributions to eligible victims in July after it receives about $50
million from Mr. Kumar. However, victims will each receive only about 2.32%
of their loss, Mr. Feinberg said in court.

Mr. Kumar is one of the most prominent executives convicted of financial
crimes in recent years. As chief executive of Computer Associates, which is
now known as CA Inc., he orchestrated a scheme to boost quarterly earnings
and revenue by backdating sales contracts in what were known internally as
35-day months at the end of each quarter.

When the government started investigating accounting issues, Mr. Kumar
encouraged employees to mislead investigators and even ordered a no-work
job for a potential witness against him, according to the indictment. CA,
based in Islandia, N.Y., makes software to manage corporate computer
networks.

--Chad Bray contributed to this article.

Write to William M. Bulkeley at bill.bulkeley@wsj.com
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Re: Batch jobs - CV vs Local
"
0730 AM on Monday no coffee, but I believe CA's PMIM & PMAM tools will
allow to review post run unit report items, such as consumption, timings,
DBIO...etc. If they are turned on and recording to SMF or LOG.......





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Hi all,

When a batch job runs in Local mode, the CPU usage is reported in the JES2
joblog. However, when a batch job runs in CV mode, the CPU usage is not
shown in the JES2 joblog, as it is actually the CV which is chewing up the
CPU.

I've had look through a couple of the manuals, and there appear to be a
couple of possibilities for measuring the CPU usage by a batch CV job:
1: DCMT DISPLAY SUBTASK
2: OPER WATCH TIME

However, it would also seem, that the only way to get an accurate
statistic
is to be logged onto IDMS-DC while the actual batch job IS running, so
that
you can monitor (in real-time) the progress of the OPER WATCH TIME.

Could someone please clarify this question for me. Thanks very much.

Mike.
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Batch jobs - CV vs Local
"Hi all,

When a batch job runs in Local mode, the CPU usage is reported in the JES2
joblog. However, when a batch job runs in CV mode, the CPU usage is not
shown in the JES2 joblog, as it is actually the CV which is chewing up the
CPU.

I've had look through a couple of the manuals, and there appear to be a
couple of possibilities for measuring the CPU usage by a batch CV job:
1: DCMT DISPLAY SUBTASK
2: OPER WATCH TIME

However, it would also seem, that the only way to get an accurate statistic
is to be logged onto IDMS-DC while the actual batch job IS running, so that
you can monitor (in real-time) the progress of the OPER WATCH TIME.

Could someone please clarify this question for me. Thanks very much.

Mike.
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Re: Kumar fined $1 billion!
"In my opinion...
Charles - Mastermind
Sanjay - Patsy

From the news clips provided, it sounds like they're finally catching on.

Jon Gocher.



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Subject: Re: Kumar fined $1 billion!

Well deserved I would say. How come Charles escaped unharmed?

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Subject: Kumar fined $1 billion!

This is some serious change!

Network World Special News Alert, 04/13/07
CA's Kumar ordered to pay restitution of $1 billion

A U.S. District Court judge has ordered the former CEO of CA to pay more
than $1 billion in restitution to victims of securities fraud he
committed while at the company.=20

CA has already repaid $225 million of that amount to a victim's fund.
Sanjay Kumar must pay $52 million in the next 18 months, Judge I. Leo
Glasser of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
ordered Friday.=20

Glasser also released Kumar from an $8 million fine imposed in November
while he is making restitution. Kumar was also sentenced to 12 years in
prison after pleading guilty to obstruction of justice and securities
fraud charges.=20


Jim


Jim Rice
jlrice@southernco.com
ph (404) 506-4148
Fax (404) 506- 4870
SO Linc 2988/770.550.2988

This e-mail and any of its attachments may contain proprietary Southern
Company and/or affiliate information that is privileged, confidential,
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affiliates. This e-mail is intended solely for the use of the
individual or entity for which it is intended. If you are not the
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permanently delete the original and any copy or printout of this e-mail
and any attachments. Thank you. =20

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Re: Batch jobs - CV vs Local
"CV has to be genned to capture TASK statistics. If you want to post-process
these then WRITE must also be specified.

CPU usage at a task level can be viewed realtime (maybe) by OPER WATCH TIME
(the maybe is due to how much will fit on one screen and how many tasks are
active, OPER doesn't scroll).

As noted on earlier reply, PMIM/PMRM/PMAM has some capabilities as well.
These products scroll so there's no ""maybe"".

Statistics can be extracted from log (or SMF, depending on CV setup) for
post-processing.

CPU stats can also be viewed realtime by PreAlert (third party product),
also possibly other products.

Note: DISPLAY SUBTASK will NOT do what you want... it is not specific to any
particular unit of work.

Don Casey

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