A federal judge has ruled that HealthSouth founder Richard Scrushy should not lead a new company. Scrushy asked the judge to lift a court-issued prohibition on holding an executive position in publicly traded companies. It stems from the settlement of a federal lawsuit over the massive accounting fraud that nearly bankrupted HealthSouth. Scrushy agreed to the terms of that settlement in 2007. Now living in Houston, Scrushy is looking to start a new company to take advantage of opportunities under Obamacare. U.S. District Judge Inge Johnson says while he has no doubt Scrushy can create another business empire, the judge also believes that "the temptation of personal enrichment is too much for him to bear."