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Officials at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District this week moved to fire an assistant director who had spent more than a year on paid leave during an internal investigation. In the formal termination documents filed with the Chicago-based water...
The Hartford CourantHarry Raymond Soucy, the key witness in the federal trial of Robert Braddock, gave explosive testimony Wednesday, claiming that he put $5,000 in a Republican legislative leader's refrigerator last year — and was featured in audiotapes and text...
Tags: Bribery, Police Investigations, FBI, Police Arrests, Waterbury
He might be the best-known businessman in America, but real estate mogul and TV celebrity Donald Trump left nothing to chance when he took the witness stand Tuesday at a federal trial in Chicago. "Donald John Trump," he answered when asked to state...
As Bill Graham was to rock, Pasquale Rotella is to dance music – a diehard promoter with staying power in a field overrun for years with quick-buck hustlers, many of whom aren't around anymore. Rotella is still here and more powerful than ever; in...
A Central Florida woman was sentenced to two years in federal prison for embezzling nearly $600,000 from her employer and failing to pay taxes on that income. Jody McCarty Emmons pleaded guilty earlier this year in Orlando federal court to taking the...
Tags: Embezzlement, Prisons, Orlando, Trials, Internal Revenue Service
Billionaire mogul Donald Trump, his signature bravado on full display Wednesday, clashed repeatedly with the opposing lawyer during a second day on the witness stand at a trial in Chicago. Trump incessantly talked over attorney Shelly Kulwin as he...
In March, twin sisters Louise and Martine Fokkens, 70, announced their joint retirement after more than 50 years each on the job — as Amsterdam prostitutes. (In February, the minimum age for prostitutes in the Netherlands was raised to 21, but there...
Tags: Common Cold, Norway, Bribery, Iceland, Death and Dying Customs
A Broward man who formerly worked as a consultant for the Florida Department of Transportation was sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison Tuesday for taking a bribe, court records show. Ron Capobianco Jr., 40, of Pompano Beach, pleaded guilty to...
The Hartford CourantThe corruption trial of a top aide to former state House Speaker Christopher Donovan opened in federal court Monday with the jury listening to secretly made recordings of businessmen and political operatives scheming about how to pay bribes to kill...
Tags: Justice System, Bribery, Political Corruption, Business, FBI
Tribune reporterThe Amalgamated Sugar Co. said Tuesday that it has sued a Chicago area marshmallow maker, Doumak Inc., alleging the maker of Campfire marshmallows failed to uphold its contracts. The suit, which was filed in Idaho and seeks $5 million in damages, claims...
Tags: Marshmallows, Breach of Contract
Investigators with the Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Department of Justice are looking into possible bribery activity by a Chinese health-care technology operation formerly owned by Harris Corp., the Melbourne-based company said in a...
Herbalife Ltd. shares gained 4% and traded part of Monday above the price they were when hedge fund manager Bill Ackman first accused the Los Angeles nutritional products company of operating a long-running pyramid scheme. The company's stock price...
Tags: Mutual Funds, Fraud, Carl Icahn, Marketing, Herbalife Limited
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