How US military spending keeps rising even as the Pentagon flunks its audit.
Category - Fraud
Mark D’Amico, Kate McClure and Johnny Bobbitt will face charges including conspiracy and theft by deception, according to the source.
The Supreme Court’s decision not to review a recent insider trading case produces a cloudy precedent for white-collar prosecutions.
To determine whether a company is at risk for fraud or mismanagement, business leaders need to move their thinking from “outside the box” to “inside the fraud triangle.”
The Fraud Triangle has long been a staple of fraud risk management training and practice, earning adjectives like “seminal” and “enduring.” See full story on Improving fraud risk management with an enhanced Fraud...
Imagine a company gives an opportunity to pre-purchase a new kind of digital token that’s similar to bitcoin. It doesn’t actually exist yet, but the company will use the money raised from early investors to finance its...
I probably should have been a bit more freaked out, but I was more amused by all of this. What was this person trying to accomplish?
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Retailers are saying it’s still difficult to verify a shopper’s identity online.
A Louisiana private investigator repeatedly attempted to access the Republican candidate’s tax returns… and got caught.
Eric Conn, who was sentenced in absentia to 12 years in prison after fleeing justice this summer, has been arrested in Honduras. He’s seen here in a photo released by the Public Ministry of Honduras.
Deborah Durand, 55, reportedly went on a three-day kayaking trip with two undercover federal agents testing the validity of her disability claims.