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Pension rejected – Aramony wanted $2M

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A U.S. appeals court has rejected a claim by William Aramony, the former United Way of America president in federal prison for stealing from the charity, for $2 million in retirement benefits under an employment contract, The New York Times reported June 22.

Aramony, who headed the United Way for 22 years, used $600,000 of its money for air travel, limousines and consulting fees for his teen girlfriend, the Times said.
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