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Friday | The Washington Post
Members of Bernard Madoff's inner circle who are on trial for allegedly aiding his $17 billion fraud are focusing the jury on former colleagues who helped perpetuate the scheme for years and weren't charged.
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Friday | Stuff.co.nz
Three investors who received a collective $3.8 million from fraudster David Ross' Ponzi scheme in the two years before it collapsed have been asked to give the money back.
It was Jan. 9, 2009, about 8 a.m., and the TV anchor described a "red flags report" that had been issued by something called the Fraud Discovery Institute.
Fox Business Network financial holler-er and New York Post columnist Charles Gasparino has not been paying very close attention to the Bernie Madoff case.
The Federal Insurance Office fails to make a strong case that federal insurance regulation would be more efficient than the current system of state regulation, says USA TODAY's business regulation columnist.
The lawsuit followed an 18-month probe, according to Hood, and adds to a long list of legal problems facing JPMorgan.
Jurors in the criminal trial of five former Bernard Madoff employees accused of aiding the con man's $17 billion fraud won't hear testimony that he joked about the firm's "dumb" accountant, a judge ruled.
Just under two months ago, when the $13 billion settlement for JP Morgan Chase was coming down the chute, word leaked out that that the deal was no sure thing.
The U.S. Treasury Department 's Office of the Inspector General tried to examine whether JPMorgan Chase & Co interfered with its regulator's oversight duties, according to a statement on Monday from the counsel to the inspector general, but the office failed to win permission to subpoena the bank.
Bernard Madoff's right-hand woman for four decades, who's on trial for allegedly aiding his $17 billion fraud, overheard the same lies about her boss's wealth for years that tricked everyone else, a jury was told.
Federal prosecutors have shied away from sinking their teeth into some meaty corporate-crime cases.
Dec. 15 -- Waterford native Alphonse "Buddy" Fletcher Jr ., once listed by Forbes magazine as one of the 20 wealthiest blacks in America and dubbed a "wizard" on Wall Street for achieving spectacular returns on hedge funds, is being likened these days to Bernie Madoff and is fighting to restore his financial reputation.
Remember Bernard Madoff. He should be as well-known to investors as is Warren Buffett, but for different reasons.
Bernard Madoff's former right-hand man summed up his boss' arrest exactly five years ago with two words: "Madoff Implodes."