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Bernard Madoff walks back to his apartment in New York in this December 17, 2008 file photo. The government's star witness in the criminal trial of five former Bernard Madoff employees is a lifelong liar whose "mind-boggling" history of falsehoods
A federal prosecutor said in closing arguments five former employees of Bernard Madoff 's New York investment firm played critical roles in the deception...Attorney John Zach began his final arguments Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal reported.
A federal judge in Sacramento issued a temporary restraining order this week freezing the assets of Wannakuwatte and his medical-supply business, International Manufacturing Group Inc. of West Sacramento. A group of approximately 20 investors
Wall Street scammer used ill-gotten $4M to buy sports cars, pay off mortgage: prosecutors Wing Lim, 41, also known as Ken Lam, has pleaded not guilty to charges that he scammed investors in Ponzi-style scheme. The Chinese national may also be in the
As often happens, the divorce got more and more contentious as it dragged on. In an angry email in July 2001, Zinnel told her he intended to file bankruptcy and she would get nothing, including child support...Zinnel was an investor in a Carmichael-
A federal judge canceled the March 14 restitution hearing related to former Lee County Commissioner Tammy Hall 's wire fraud case. In an order filed Tuesday, Judge Sheri Polster Chappell said the hearing is no longer necessary because both the United
A prosecutor has started closing arguments in the New York trial of five ex-employees of Bernard Madoff by telling jurors that each of the defendants played a "crucial role" in the mammoth fraud. Prosecutor John Zach said Tuesday that Madoff depended
witness the South Sea Company in the 1710s (which enveloped the British economy in a giant bubble) or Charles Ponzi's Securities Exchange Company in 1920 (which gave the world the Ponzi scheme) or the Enron and WorldCom scandals in the early 2000s.
Jurors in the trial of five former Bernard Madoff employees were shown video clips of the con man telling participants at a conference in 2007 that fraud on Wall Street was "virtually impossible." The clips, played Monday in federal court in
Sorenson Communications Holdings Inc ., which provides videophones and video interpreting services to deaf and hard-of-hearing people, filed for bankruptcy protection Monday, with a prearranged Chapter 11 plan to address its debts...Ares Management