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Red Light Green Light: Sierra Club Says No to Fracking in New York, Yes to … – Corporate Crime Reporter


Red Light Green Light: Sierra Club Says No to Fracking in New York, Yes to
Corporate Crime Reporter
Corporate Crime Reporter In Print 48 Weeks A Year. Red Light Green Light: Sierra Club Says No to Fracking in New York, Yes to Fracking in Illinois. By Editor Filed in News February 27th, 2013 @ 7:00 pm. Last year, Sierra Club members were in an uproar

Why Were Honey Companies Given Deferred Prosecution Agreements? – Corporate Crime Reporter


Why Were Honey Companies Given Deferred Prosecution Agreements?
Corporate Crime Reporter
Groeb Farms Inc. of Onsted, Michigan, the nation's largest industrial honey supplier, was charged with buying 1,578 container loads of Chinese-origin honey between February 2008 and April 2012, knowing that it was illegally imported into the United

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CBI registers 24 Internet financial fraud cases in last 3 years – Economic Times



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CBI registers 24 Internet financial fraud cases in last 3 years
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: The CBI has registered 24 cases pertaining to financial frauds under provisions of Information Technology Act 2000 along with other acts in the last three calendar years involving a cumulative amount of around Rs 47 crore, Parliament was
Internet fraud involving ATM debit, credit cards at 8322 in 2012: GovtFinancial Express

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Man gets 5-year sentence for ‘white-collar crime’ – Sacramento Bee


Man gets 5-year sentence for 'whitecollar crime'
Sacramento Bee
A Brentwood man has been sentenced to five years in prison for embezzling from his employer, a Davis-based firm. Benjamin Chaney, 33, was convicted in January of grand theft, embezzlement, one "aggravated whitecollar crime" enhancement, and two

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Students warned on money laundering scam – Telegraph.co.uk



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Students warned on money laundering scam
Telegraph.co.uk
Figures from Financial Fraud Action UK, which tackles fraud on behalf of banks, show that around 15pc of British adults receive scam job offers which effectively turn participants into 'money mules'. The study said that low-income groups such as
Students warned not to get involved in money launderingBBC News
Fake job offer scam dupes thousands into laundering money for criminal gangsThis is Money
Beware the scam disguised as a job offerAol Money

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Financial fraud topic of seniors’ conference – OCRegister


Financial fraud topic of seniors' conference
OCRegister
She was among the nearly 1,000 seniors who attended the South County Senior Summit at Laguna Woods Village Friday to hear a panel of experts speak on financial fraud and elder abuse. Fifth district Orange County Supervisor Patricia Bates hosted the

Protecting the elderly from investment fraud – USA TODAY


Protecting the elderly from investment fraud
USA TODAY
A: Sadly, it has become increasingly common for the elderly to become victims of fraud, exploitation or just plain bad advice. More attention is being paid to the issue thanks to a recent data-gathering initiative of the Consumer Financial Protection

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Peanut Company Officials Indicted – Corporate Crime Reporter


Peanut Company Officials Indicted
Corporate Crime Reporter
The Justice Department charged four former officials of the Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) and a related company with numerous charges relating to salmonella-tainted peanuts and peanut products. Stewart Parnell, 58, of Lynchburg, Virginia, Michael

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Crack down on white collar crime – Wisconsin Dells Events


Crack down on white collar crime
Wisconsin Dells Events
White collar crime includes many species of fraud and dishonest conduct such as mortgage and bank fraud, embezzlement, identity theft, securities fraud, elder financial abuse, credit card fraud, and various Internet schemes, just to name a few

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POGO on SEC’s Revolving Door – Corporate Crime Reporter


POGO on SEC's Revolving Door
Corporate Crime Reporter
“The revolving door is a very deep, tricky, and intractable problem throughout the federal government,” Smallberg told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “We don't want to suggest that there is one simple solution that is going fix all