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Money & CompanyHedge fund magnate Raj Rajaratnam was sentenced to 11 years in prison -- the longest sentence ever for an insider-trading case, prosecutors said....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPity the Los Angeles residents who lug home pricey high-definition television sets only to find that most of their shows don't look much better. The entertainment capital of the world ranks last among the five biggest U.S. markets in the number of high-...
From Wire ReportsNEW YORK - Federal prosecutors want former WorldCom boss Bernard J. Ebbers to go to prison for the rest of his life, and have urged a federal judge to brush off his pleas for leniency. In court papers made public yesterday, the government encouraged U.S....
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Los Angeles TimesNEW YORK - From humble roots as a milkman and motel owner, Bernard J. Ebbers built a small telecommunications company into an industry giant - becoming a symbol of what a brash entrepreneur could do in the technology boom of the late 1990s. Yesterday,...
The SwampDisgraced financier Bernard Madoff enters a federal court in New York City on March 12, 2009. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) by Frank James Physicians get to bury their mistakes, it's said. And federal regulators get to see theirs......
From Staff And Wire ReportsWorldCom Inc. teetered yesterday toward what would be the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history after shocking Wall Street -- and the White House -- with yet another corporate scandal: $3.8 billion in expenses hidden from investors. U.S. stocks plunged --...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA dramatic stock market turnaround lifted the Dow Jones index to its best one-day gain in 15 years Wednesday, as the arrest of Adelphia Communications Corp. executives and congressional action on a corporate reform bill buoyed investors' spirits. The Dow...
Tribune staff reporterWith an accounting overhaul on the way, shareholder activists are beginning to renew the bitter battle over CEO compensation. But they still face daunting obstacles. Audit and accounting issues were the focus of most reform efforts that followed Enron...
Times Staff WriterPresident Bush's corporate reform initiatives will do little to restore confidence in America's battered business culture, whether by shoring up investor trust or discouraging genuinely fraudulent behavior in the executive suite, according to business...
Times Staff WriterPorn is suddenly sexy to a cable TV company once considered the industry prude. Adelphia Communications Corp. has quietly become the nation's only leading cable operator to offer the most explicit category of hard-core porn. Come Friday, triple-X-rated...
Times Staff WriterTime Warner today agreed to pay more than $500 million to settle two government fraud investigations into its America Online operation in a move that resolves a major legal and financial uncertainty which has loomed over the media giant. A resolution...
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