White Collar Crime

Business News

Danske Bank Pleads Guilty to Fraud in Multi-Billion Dollar Scheme to Access US Banks

The Danish bank forfeited more than $2 billion in a plea agreement.

Business News

Reality Stars Are Sentenced To Prison For a '15-Year Fraud Spree'

Todd and Julie Chrisley, the lavish stars of 'Chrisley Knows Best,' were convicted of bank fraud, tax evasion, and conspiring to defraud the IRS.

News and Trends

5 Myths about Blue Collar Employees

Even plumbers, electricians, and cooks depend on their creative abilities and reasoning to do their respective jobs and this is what we need to know

Business News

U.S. Judge Rules Texas Tycoon Committed Tax Fraud

Judge Barbara Houser ruled that there was 'clear and convincing evidence' Sam Wyly committed tax fraud, rejecting his arguments that he relied on professional advisers to vet the offshore system.

Business News

U.S. Issues Rule Requiring Banks to Identify Shell Company Owners

The Customer Due Diligence rule, in the works since 2012, and the proposed legislation are meant to hinder criminals from using shell companies to hide ownership and launder money, finance terror, and commit other threats to the global financial system.

Business News

5 PR Tips for Martin Shkreli AKA the 'Most-Hated Man' in America

The man who achieved youthful infamy jacking up the price of life-saving medicine seems incapable of not alienating everyone not on his payroll.

Business News

U.S. to Focus on Holding Individual Execs Accountable -- Not Just Their Companies -- in Criminal Cases

A memo by Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates outlines the new rules.

Business News

Don't Fall Prey to a Money-Laundering Scheme

Access to capital can pose a challenge ot many a new business. Make sure you obtain financing from legitimate sources.