STUTTGART, Germany, Jan 30 (Reuters) - A German court sentenced a former Daimler finance manager to 5-1/2 years in jail on Wednesday for embezzling more than 22 million euros ($32.6 million) from the carmaker over five years. The Stuttgart court ruled the 42-year-old man had submitted fake invoices for computer services and forged supervisors' signatures to get his hands on sums of up to 2 million euros at a time. Daimler is set to get back 14 million euros. Three business partners of ...
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