Hawaii CEO accused of $12.8M in fraud virus assistance loans
HONOLULU — The CEO of a company that was one of Hawaii’s largest recipients of the Paycheck Protection Program defrauded banks of more than $12.8 million in money meant to assist businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic, federal authorities said Wednesday.
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