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Seven weeks after its auditor resigned in an insider trading scandal, Herbalife Ltd. retained major accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers as its new auditor. The Los Angeles nutritional products company said Tuesday that PricewaterhouseCoopers would...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - Prosecutors are considering charging Steven A. Cohen's SAC Capital Advisors as a criminal enterprise engaged in a long pattern of insider trading in stocks, according to a person familiar with the matter. Prosecutors may use the...
Tags: Lawyers, Labor Legislation, Finance, Prosecution, Mathew Martoma
Reuters(Reuters) - Herbalife Ltd said on Tuesday it has engaged PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as its auditor, replacing KPMG in the wake of alleged insider trading. Shares of the nutritional products company rose 4 percent in afternoon trading, as the engagement...
Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.A dozen years ago, lawyer Chris Cutler was among a small group of Securities and Exchange Commission staffers examining the books of relatively unknown Texas energy company Enron Corp. "When the SEC opened its investigation, three of us started going at...
Tags: Lawyers, Corporate Crime, Lou Pearlman, Criminals, Finance
Miami HeraldIn 2010, while peeling back the layers of Hialeah's "shadow banking" industry, federal prosecutors pressed the city's mayor about allegations that he had collected exorbitant cash interest payments on more than $1 million in loans he made to friends and...
Tags: Lawyers, Corporate Crime, The Miami Herald, Prosecution, Hialeah
The Columbus DispatchThe number of questionable insurance claims being flagged by insurers as potentially fraudulent rose again in 2012 in Ohio and the U.S., according to a report released today. The National Insurance Crime Bureau reported that the number of questionable...
Tags: Corporate Crime, France, Insurance
ReutersBy Swati Pandey and Harichandan Arakali MUMBAI/BANGALORE, May 15 (Reuters) - A breach of security at two payment card processing companies in India that led to heists at cash machines around the world has reopened questions on the risks of outsourcing...
Swift JusticeDear Jackie, I am in month 22 of a 60 month payment plan in Chapter 13 bankruptcy. I would like to know if the bankruptcy court can re-evaluate my income, assets, etc., at any time during the plan and adjust to higher (or lower) monthly payments. Also,...
Earlier this year, some employees of Schneider Electric of Palatine got an unwelcome surprise in a letter about the stock purchase plan in which they participate. Visible through the address window were their Social Security numbers. One of Schneider's...
Tags: Lawyers, Social Security, Theft, Litigation, Finance
ReutersBy Emily Flitter and Tanya Agrawal May 10 (Reuters) - A brazen gang of cyber criminals, who stole $45 million from bank ATMs in 27 countries, exposes an Achilles heel in the global financial industry: prepaid debit cards. Cyber security experts and...
Pocono Record, Stroudsburg, Pa.Scammers are flooding Pocono businesses with official-looking letters asking for $125 for a bogus "Annual Meeting Disclosure" statement. In a scam that's hit other parts of the state and country, the mailings went to several Stroudsburg businesses....
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