The story of Elizabeth Holmes, the blood-test entrepreneur whose product never worked, has captivated court-watchers for years and is bound to recapture attention when she’s sentenced in September. But Holmes is hardly alone in going from executive offices to a prison yard. While some CEOs work quietly and behind the scenes, others love the limelight and fame that comes with representing a company, and white-collar crime — from fraud to insider trading — has taken many a chief executive from fame to infamy. Here are some of the most notable who ended up behind bars for their crimes. They’re led by Holmes but otherwise ranked by the size of their sentences and identified by the year of their sentencing.
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