Former Fleishman-Hillard executives Doug Dowie and John Stodder received a sentencing reprieve until January 30. They were convicted last May of federal charges in the overbilling of the city Department of Water and Power for PR services. Dowie is the former managing editor of the Daily News. Stodder blogs at From the Desert to the Sea.
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