A Connecticut woman this week pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $1 million from her company during a three-year period to 2016 by exploiting payment and expense reimbursement processes. As much as business leaders would like to trust employees, preventing them from stealing is a big reason to have travel and expense management. Despite corporate efforts to reduce fraud, many thieves try anyway.
In January, a grand jury in New Haven, Conn., indicted Candace Rispoli for charging more than $250,000 worth of personal expenses to an American Express card . . .