Card holders, wine and boot racks, welcome signs and life-size horse heads, dogs and eagles — all made out of horseshoes or farm equipment. For Frank Schwegel, it all began three years ago. That was when he and his company, …
If Chinese authorities are to be believed, we finally know the cause of the country’s stock market woes: a single reporter. In a video segment aired by China’s state television broadcaster, journalist Wang Xiaolu confessed to fabricating a ...
Nearly 70 years ago, a young Russ Gremel decided to buy about $1,000 worth of stock in a Chicago-based pharmacy chain. He figured people would always need medicine and women would always buy makeup. He planned to hold onto …
In early 2011, James M. Palladino sent out newsletters with "misleading and fictitious information" about the penny stocks he was trying to manipulate. Palladino, who was eventually caught and arrested, pleaded guilty Wednesday to …
A Virginia man accused of being the architect of a hoax tender offer that drove up the stock price of Fitbit Inc last November has been arrested and charged with fraud, U.S. prosecutors said on Friday. FILE PHOTO - The ticker …
He is also known for advising and helping pay for other inmates' legal efforts and for providing free legal advice to his fellow prisoners and stock tips to anyone who ... Mr. Mathie, a slight man who looks more like a clerk than a killer, was well ...
An Ocala man made at least 10 explosive devices in hopes of blowing up Targets along the East Coast in an elaborate and deadly scheme to buy cheap stocks of the company, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Mark Charles …
WALL STREET, Manhattan -- As people watch the numbers fluctuate dramatically on the New York stock exchange trading floor, one broker's facial expression is captured in majority of the photographs there. "What's like your best …
A Flint man has been sentenced to three years of probation and must pay back $400,000 for running an interstate, "Seinfeld"-esque pop can scam. John Woodfill, 70, was also ordered to surrender $4,000 worth of stock he owned — in …
An Eltingville man and an associate secretly fronted an alleged Florida-based business to illegally distribute penny stocks in a $1.1 million “pump-and-dump” fraud scheme, federal regulators charge. Wayne A. Burmaster Jr., 40, of Moffett …