What should be the severity of punishment for corporate executives who commit major financial crimes? In America, why does it appear that many of these crimes are ignored by the legal system while others have been sentenced up to 150 years in prison? Worldwide, corporate crime penalties range from very minor to even death, such as the recent execution of a corporate criminal in Iran. Which punishment fits which type of financial crime?
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