- A former British Airways executive was indicted in New York on Tuesday on accusations of bribery and money laundering.
- The executive, Steven Clark, is accused of accepting more than $5 million in payments from Jeff Kinsella, the CEO of an airport contractor, while he oversaw British Airways’ operations at New York JFK Airport’s Terminal 7. Kinsella was also indicted.
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