Loss Deduction for Forfeiture of Insider Trading Profits
An individual convicted of engaging in unlawful activity is sometimes required to forfeit the profits from that activity as part of the sentence imposed on him.
Work and Life: Put the - B' Word to Rest
Millions of women strive every day to achieve the coveted idea of "balance" -- perfectly positioning work with their personal lives, and attempting to make sure there isn't any spillover.
Prosecutors refute Nacchio's claims about NSA payback
Joseph Nacchio, former Qwest Communications International CEO who served prison time for insider trading, was interviewed March 27, 2014, on Fox Business Network's "Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo."
Al Lewis: Qwest's Joseph Nacchio tries to rewrite history
Former Qwest Chief Executive Joe Nacchio has nauseated two former U.S. attorneys who successfully prosecuted him and his Enron-era telecommunications company.
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Child identity theft: Your child's ID is a big target
Child identity theft is an ongoing problem. Zach Friesen, seen here in 2006 at Denver's East High School, has been hired by Qwest Communications to speak with students about protecting their identities.
Former Qwest CEO Tells Story of Fight Against NSA
In his first interview since being released from prison, former Qwest Communications CEO Joe Nacchio appeared on FBN's Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo to tell his story of a fight against the National Security Agency and allegations of insider trading.
Ex-Qwest CEO Nacchio links downfall to NSA refusal
Joe Nacchio , the convicted former CEO of Denver-based Qwest , took to the airwaves Thursday to link his legal troubles to his alleged refusal to take part in an NSA surveillance program.