Crime

US Charges CEO of Company Selling Encrypted Devices to Drug Traffickers

The custom handsets included iPhones that were allegedly used to evade police surveillance.

S. Shah

Cybercrime Could Cost the World $10.5 Trillion Annually by 2025

Don't let your business become a victim to the onslaught of attacks.

Chris Porteous

A Mysterious Maine Farm Got a $1.2 Million PPP Loan

Just another curious case of the widespread bilking of the Covid relief fund.

Jonathan Small

5 Most Controversial Corporate Multi-Million and Billion-Dollar Settlements

A look at some of the biggest settlements for alleged corporate crimes.

Has There Been $1 Billion in PPP Fraud?

A recent watchdog report found "significant risk" for fraud in the PPP. We spoke to a risk-management expert who identified the scope of the problem, and how to zero in on the seasoned fraudsters.

Frances Dodds

Amazon Launches Counterfeit Crimes Unit to Target Bogus Products, Sellers

The global team is dedicated to taking down fake products and the folks who sell them.

Stephanie Mlot

El Chapo and the 15 Biggest Money-Making Criminals of All Time

The inside finances of the world's most law-adverse entrepreneurs.

Bill Schulz

Creator of Doomed Fyre Festival Gets 6-Year Prison Sentence

Billy McFarland defrauded investors of tens of millions of dollars.

Edgar Alvarez

With This Company's New Tool, You Can Run a Free Background Check on Yourself

Checkr sells AI-powered background check software to companies. Now, it's giving job candidates a glimpse into what potential employers might see.