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CONROE, Texas: Texas financier R. Allen Stanford wants to be moved from a private prison because he has been without air conditioning and shares a cell with up to 10 other inmates.
NEW YORK: A lawyer for victims of Bernard Madoff's pyramid scheme says the financier told him during a 4 1/2-hour prison interview plenty of details about the fraud, including how it took place and how securities regulators missed catching him.
WASHINGTON: The Securities and Exchange Commission had been actively investigating the banking business of billionaire R. Allen Stanford for more than three years before Bernard Madoff's pyramid scheme came to light last December and has fulfilled its duty to pursue alleged wrongdoing by the financier, the agency's inspector general has found.
DALLAS: A federal judge ruled Friday that a court-appointed receiver who took over companies run by Texas billionaire R. Allen Stanford can recover only the interest - not the principal - on investments that federal prosecutors say fed a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme.
NEW YORK: The former chief financial officer for Bernard Madoff pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy, admitting he helped Madoff carry out a massive fraud that cost thousands of people billions of dollars by lying to investors and testifying falsely when it seemed the fraud might be discovered.
NEW YORK: Bernard Madoff's former finance chief won't face charges for using drugs or for having unregistered firearms as part of his plea deal in the multibillion-dollar fraud.
RIO DE JANEIRO: Brazil, long proud of its push to develop renewable energy and wean itself off oil, has a bad case of fossil-fuel fever.
DALLAS: The attorneys trying to track down billions of dollars the government said went missing in a massive pyramid scheme allegedly run by Texas businessman R. Allen Stanford will get paid at least $20 million for three months of work, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
WEST PALM BEACH, Florida: A man accused of making more than US$7 billion off the investment schemes of jailed financial manager Bernard Madoff drowned after having a heart attack, authorities said Monday.