The U.S. Is Going After #Volkswagen With The Same Law That Targeted Big #Banks So nothing will happen.
How serious is the U.S. government’s case against Volkswagen over the cheating diesel cars?
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Three Monsanto executives accused of massive financial fraud, barred from accounting for LIFE
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Mittens, say it isn’t so!
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The SEC announces it is paying $3 million to a whistleblower whose assistance helped the agency to crack a complex fraud.
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One in 100,000 cases ain’t too cool
Though it technically went bankrupt in 2001, the online retail company eToys.com has weaved in and out of the news for over a decade.
At least someone is willing to tell part of the eToys debacle that most of main stream is scared to detail
More than one year after the death of Jack Wheeler, an article appears out of the blue, claiming an obscure connection between an ex-Army Ranger with a shady past and a prominent man who was found murdered in Delaware. For those of us still thinking about this case, the connection seems to be speculation, but given that the authorities remained tight-lipped about ANY details in this case, speculation is all that we have.
What are the odds that John“Jack” Wheeler and Andrew Robert “Andy” Levene – two men involved in recent bizarre murder cases with a Delaware connection – knew each other?
Well, in tiny Delaware, where residents joke that there’s only two degrees of separation among the 900,000 residents, there should never have been any doubt.
Wheeler was a former Pentagon official and New Castle resident who was found beaten to death in the Wilmington landfill on New…
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