Failed Mayoral Candidate Steve Francis Nets $15M in Option Sales

Allen, Mike
July 2006
San Diego Business Journal;7/17/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 29, p11
The article reports that Steve Francis, chairman of the San Diego, California-based nurse staffing firm AMN Healthcare Inc., has exercised more than one million in stock options in May and June 2006. A 2005 mayoral candidate, Francis denied that the sales, which generated a net gain of more than $15 million, will be used to pay campaign debt.


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