Bernard Ebbers

Bernard Ebbers found in Florida, Mississippi and 5 other states.

Person
Bernard John Ebbers, age 76
Bernie Ebbers
Locations
Ridgeland, MS
Brookhaven, MS
Jackson, MS
Clinton, MS
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Linda Ebbers
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Madison, MS
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Linda Ebbers
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Miramar Beach, FL
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Santa Rosa Beach, FL
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Washington, DC
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Sacramento, CA
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Reno, NV
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Miramar Beach, FL
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Lafayette, LA
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Person
Bernie Ebbers, age 73
Bernard A Ebbers
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Boise, ID
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Bernie Ebbers
Bernard J Ebbers
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Jackson, MS
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Linda Ebbers
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Statistics for all 11 Bernard Ebbers results:

74 yrs
Average age
100% are in their 70s, while the average age is 74.
$27k
average income
Our wealth data indicates income average is $27k.
100%
Caucasian
Our ethnicity data indicates the majority is Caucasian.
50%
Married
50% of these people are married, and 50% are single.

Business Records related to Bernard Ebbers:

Bernard Ebbers
Title: President
Company: Worldcom Inc
CoWorkers: Wayne Ulbrich, William Weare, Michael Crome, Jay Kingston, Rich Lee

Famous People with the name Bernard Ebbers:

Bernard Ebbers
Canadian businessman and fraudster
Bernard John "Bernie" Ebbers is a Canadian-born businessman. He co-founded the telecommunications company WorldCom and is a former chief executive officer of that company. In 2005, he was convicted of fraud and conspiracy as a result of WorldCom's false financial reporting, and subsequent loss of US$100-billion to investors. The WorldCom scandal was, until the Madoff schemes came to light in 2008, the largest accounting scandal in United States history.