Sunrise Suspends CFO Over Missing Records

By David S. Hilzenrath
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, April 26, 2007; Page D01

Sunrise Senior Living said yesterday that it suspended chief financial officer Bradley B. Rush with pay for allegedly destroying records the company told executives to preserve for an investigation of stock sales by insiders.

“The Board concluded that actions taken by Mr. Rush were not consistent with the document retention directives issued by the Company,” the McLean firm said in a news release. A Sunrise Senior Living mansion. The company says its chief financial officer destroyed documents needed to resolve an inquiry of stock sales by insiders. “We believe that some records were destroyed,” Sunrise spokeswoman Lisa Mayr said in an interview.

For more on this story, see Washington Post Online.

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