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Attorney Preet Bharara (L) looks on during a news conference in New York, announcing the return of $7.2 billion from the estate of Madoff insider Jeffry Picower to settle civil claims for victims of Bernard Madoff's ponzi scheme December 17, 2010.
Items owned by a North Carolina company that bilked more than $600 million from investors in a Ponzi scheme are being auctioned to help a federal court-appointed receiver recoup some of the money. The merchandise includes a warehouse, office building
R Corp. and US Airways Group Inc. completed their merger and became American Airline Group Inc...Edison Mission Energy's bondholders are hiring a team led by TXU Corp.'s former chief executive to help them navigate a coming legal battle in Edison
When Hertz Global Holdings Inc. acquired car-rental rival Dollar Thrifty last year, the Federal Trade Commission sought to combat rising prices by forcing Hertz to sell off its Advantage Rent a Car brand, making it a new, independent competitor.
Kaelin, who used only 10 percent of the mvestments to buy royalties, The rest financed their lifestyles and went to Ponzi payments to earlier investors, according to a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission complaint unsealed last week in U.S...
Bernard Madoff's former clients are still struggling to move on five years after his massive Ponzi scheme was exposed. World War II vet Morton Chalek says his last account statement with Madoff showed he had $2.3 million...Madoff told FBI agents that
U.S. authorities are considering deferred prosecution as a response to JPMorgan Chase's dealings with Bernard Madoff , the Wall Street Journal reported. Citing sources it did not identify, the newspaper said Saturday the U.S. Justice Department is
Morgan Chase & Co.'s alleged failure to file a key federal document more than five years ago is emerging as a critical component of a Justice Department investigation into whether the bank provided adequate warnings about the fraud of Bernard L...
A Hanover Park investment consultant convicted earlier this year on federal charges of swindling clients out of about $4.26 million now has pleaded guilty to forgery...Salutric, of the 200 block of Wildwood Lane, was sentenced to five years in
Bernie Madoff s codeword for his fraudulent end-of-year business transactions was schtupping, a Yiddish term for the act of sex, according to his former underling Frank DiPascali . DiPascali, a government witness who admitted to fraud three years ago