The timing of Sentara Healthcare’s announcement on August 12 of a $11.5B merger with Cone Health, which CEO Howard Kern would helm, raises questions.
FirstEnergy Corp. admits to paying $4 million to end a consulting contract with “an entity associated with an individual who subsequently was appointed” as utilities regulator. The contract began in 2013, when Randazzo began buying properties.
Sentara Healthcare is a tax-exempt nonprofit with net assets estimated at $6 billion; $5 billion more than the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s alma mater — Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) — is the subject of a compelling tip from a reader about Sentara Healthcare.
C&BP launches “The Randazzo Accountability Project,” building upon several years of our previous investigative work into various players in Columbus’s culture of corruption.