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Joseph Beck's claim that he was a victim in the scheme that cost his clients $171,000 failed to persuade a judge to give him a break. U.S. District Judge Lawrence Stengel on Monday sentenced Beck, 44, formerly of Lower Macungie Township, to two years and...
Tags: Crime Victims, Trials, Justice System, Judges, Criminals
FloriDUHDetectives busted Kristina Elizabeth Melvin after she embezzled $105,040.01 from Seats and Chairs.com, her employer, while she was employed as the company's bookkeeper, according to a news release from the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. Melvin...
Herbalife Ltd. said its feud with billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman has been more costly than it anticipated, prompting speculation that the company is bracing for potential government investigations. The Los Angeles nutritional products...
ReutersLIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Financial decision makers at some of Britain's biggest companies say they still trust the scandal-hit interbank lending rate Libor, despite calls from regulators to overhaul it. Delegates at the Association of Corporate...
ReutersMay 1 (Reuters) - A Toronto judge halted on Wednesday an effort to enforce a $19 billion Ecuadorean judgment against U.S. oil company Chevron Corp in Canada, finding that his Ontario provincial court was the wrong place for the case. The action is the...
Tags: Trials, Justice System, Judges, Crime, Law and Justice, Canada
The managers of an Allentown mortgage company told employees to forge pay stubs, employment histories and other documents to secure loans for borrowers to buy real estate that in many cases they could not afford, federal authorities allege. As a result,...
The Better Business Bureau is warning Virginia residents about a new scam. A company pretending to be Global Test Market, out of Rhode Island, has actively been recruiting customers in Western Virginia to become "customer service evaluators." The...
Tags: Consumers, Corporate Crime, Marketing
Herbalife Ltd., battling a billionaire investor's bet that its stock will tank, is expected to reassure shareholders at the company's annual meeting Thursday that the Los Angeles nutritional products maker is a strong, healthy, legitimate operation. The...
Federal authorities formally charged a French man with using his mother's expired Air France identification card to get into the cockpit of U.S. Airways jet last month at Philadelphia International Airport Philippe Jeannard, 61, of La Rochelle, France,...
Tags: U.S. Airways, West Palm Beach, Prisons, France, FBI
When the casket that was supposed to hold the earthly remains of “Jim Davis” was finally lowered into the ground, the only thing missing was the late Mr. Davis. The coffin had been weighed down to simulate the approximate heft of a corpse....
Jean Crump made up fabulous fictional deaths. She wasn’t a best-selling author or a fabled storyteller, but a mastermind of an elaborate life insurance scam, federal prosecutors say. For the fictional "Jim Davis," Crump created a bogus death...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The co-owner and president of a closed real estate company that defrauded dozens of residents of new homes and investors in those homes pleaded guilty in Greene County Circuit Court on Tuesday. Scott Dasal’s admissions follow...
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