Russell D’Anton, the former president and chief executive of Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse, was sentenced to two years in federal prison for taking more than $1 million in kickbacks from vendors, according to published reports. D’Anton pleaded guilty last year to charges of tax evasion and conspiracy to commit mail fraud. He also admitted to accepting home appliances and money from vendors and a construction company. D’Anton resigned from the Mountainside, N.J.-based ...
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