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FedEx has been indicted on 15 criminal counts for helping internet pharmacies deliver drugs to buyers in the U.S. without prescriptions.
An exhaustive new study concludes that one quarter of all public company deals involves some type of insider trading. That report, which was conducted by professors from New York University and McGill University examined transactions back to 1996.
It was in 2011, when a particular quarter horse farm in Oklahoma was booming with business. This as the recession was taking a toll on the usually lucrative industry. The farm’s owner, Jose Trevino Morales, had only recently broken into the quarter horse scene and was making waves with his million dollar prize winnings, and …
Tax season is high season for crooks who want to steal your identity and claim your refund.
Five years ago a massive Ponzi scheme shocked the world. Allen Stanford was accused of bilking investors out of billions of dollars and his victims are still suffering.
Up to 110 million people were impacted by Target’s security breach.
Alcoa settled bribery charges with government regulators and missed earnings estimates.
JP Morgan is hit with a $1.7 billion fine, but will the penalty change banker behavior?
In a news conference on the JPMorgan settlement of the Madoff Case, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara said the bank as an institution, failed and failed miserably. It will cost JPMorgan Chase nearly $2.6 billion total to settle allegations that it turned a blind eye to Bernard Madoff’s epic Ponzi scheme. …
JP Morgan is close to a $2 billion settlement over its role in the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme.
Forty million people who have shopped at Target in the past month may be victims of identity theft.
JP Morgan Chase is nearing a $2 billion dollar settlement to end an investigation into its alleged failure to warn investors about Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.
The mastermind behind the biggest Wall Street fraud ever, speaks.
12 years after Enron’s collapse, one accounting professor says the company could have been saved.
Companies settle criminal investigations, but individuals aren’t charged. Can companies commit crimes if executives don’t?