A former Nike manager accused of defrauding the company of almost $1.5 million has pleaded guilty to charges that include bogus mortgage paperwork. So reports Portland Business Journal.
Errol Andam, who oversaw Nike’s pop-up marketing venues, agreed to plead guilty to submitting a false mortgage application as well as wire fraud and money laundering.
Andam reportedly faces up to 37 months in prison.
Read the full article from Portland Business Journal.