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Samuel Waksal

Sam Waksal is currently the founder and CEO of Kadmon Pharmaceuticals, a new venture he started after his after his release from jail in January 2009. The former ImClone CEO was convicted in 2002 for insider trading, bank fraud and perjury. He was sentenced to seven years in prison, but served just over five years for participating in a prison rehab program for substance abusers and was released in 2008. Sam Waksal leaves Federal Court after being sentenced for the insider trading scandal on June 10, 2003, in New York.

Convicted Executives: Where Are They Now?

Former Texas tycoon R. Allen Stanford was sentenced to 110 years in prison for a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, one of the largest in U.S. history. Stanford is just one of many former executives who have been convicted of a crime and gone to jail. Here's a look at some of them and what they're doing now. --by Caroline Kim