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).
More than 80 percent of initial coin offerings (ICOs) in 2017 were scams, according to a study conducted by ICO advisory company Satis Group. The market was comprised of 14 crypto assets that were largely similar to Bitcoin.
A federal judge ruled against a blockchain startup after finding that several victims were defrauded out of potentially more than $1 million in cryptocurrencies.
Cryptocurrency investor Michael Terpin is understandably upset that he lost a combined $24 million in two different hacks of his phone over the course of seven months.
NFL great Steve Young is feeling the heat, and this time, it’s not from a 300-pound defensive lineman. The private equity firm the Hall of Fame quarterback co-founded in 2007 stands accused of covering up a massive fraud at one of its companies.
Online wedding vendor marketplace Borrowed & Blue last November raised $7 million in VC funding led by Foundry Group. But now the Charlottesville, Va.-based startup is shuttered -- and more than two dozen employees are out of work — after the board discovered alleged financial improprieties related to Borrowed & Blue's married co-founders, Adam and Christin Healey.