Fifth Print Executive Pleads Guilty in Color Wheel Case

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NEW YORK — The co-owner of a New York City graphic services company today pleaded guilty to rigging bids submitted to Grey Advertising in Manhattan, the Department of Justice announced.

In U.S. District Court in Manhattan, Lori Montgomery, a minority co-owner and treasurer of Quality House of Graphics, a Queens, NY-based graphic services company, pleaded guilty to one count of rigging bids and allocating contracts, from late 1994 until 2001, for the supply of retouching and separation services contracted through Grey for its client, Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp.

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