Two week ago, the U.S. government rolled out a $350 billion small business loan program as part of a $2 trillion stimulus package aimed at keeping the economy afloat through the coronavirus. But the rollout was frustrating and messy, to say the least.
The plaintiff in a fraud and breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit against venture capital company founder Andrew Chung today said it believes a judge's decision to unseal documents will benefit its efforts to ultimately prevail in its litigation against the venture capitalist.
An Essex County woman was arrested for her alleged role in an online currency fraud scheme that encouraged investors to hand over $30 million, authorities said. She posed as a wealthy investor who provided millions in seed money to CG Blockchain Inc.
The co-founders of Outcome Health and several former executives have been charged by the Department of Justice (DOJ) in a $1 billion fraud scheme targeting clients, lenders and investors.
From the day that prosecutors announced charges against 50 people in a sweeping college admissions fraud investigation, they have held out a tantalizing mystery: a family that had paid the college consultant at the center of the scheme $6.5 million to get their child into college.
Roger Ng, a former Goldman Sachs bank executive who is currently in jail in Malaysia, has agreed to voluntarily return to the United States to face abetment charges in a scheme to loot state investment firm 1MDB.
The American founder of one of the oldest and largest Russia-focused private equity firms was detained on fraud charges in Moscow on Friday in a case that jolted the country's business community.
A former hedge fund manager has been sentenced in New York to eight years in prison after cheating 45 investors. He pleaded guilty, admitting he defrauded the investors over a seven-year period.
The former CEO of a cryptocurrency company has been sentenced to prison time and ordered to pay $9 million in restitution due to his company's role in a major Ponzi scheme that cost hundreds of investors millions of dollars.
Medical artificial intelligence technology company MedWhat.com, Inc and its CEO Arturo Devesa, have filed a lawsuit for fraud in the Supreme Court of California in San Francisco against their investor Stanford Management Company (SMC).