When Bernard Madoff is sentenced Monday, he'll join a pantheon of corporate criminals doing real time. Here's a look at how the most famous while-collar cons are faring.
Company: Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
Crime: Obstruction of Justice, conspiracy
Sentence: 5 months
Release date: March 2005
Jail: Alderson (W.Va.) Federal Prison CampAfter her release in 2005, Stewart was required to stay under house arrest at her Bedford, N.Y. estate for an additional five months. Although forced to leave her post as CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, she remains the creative force behind the company.
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