The subpoena sought e-mails, personnel files, travel records, expenses and other materials of employees of Credit Suisse's New York office.» Read More
NEW YORK, April 14- Two former executives of a defunct New York broker-dealer were indicted Monday as part of a widening U.S. investigation into foreign bribery involving their employer and Venezuelan state economic development banks.
*Allegations follow corruption accusations in China, Iraq. LONDON/ WARSAW, April 14- GlaxoSmithKline is facing a criminal investigation in Poland for allegedly bribing doctors to promote its lung drug Seretide, adding to problems for a company already accused of corruption in China and Iraq.
A New York judge is set to sentence SAC Capital after it pleaded guilty to criminal fraud charges in a $1.8 billion deal with the government.
NEW YORK— The once high-flying hedge fund SAC Capital was sentenced on criminal fraud charges Thursday under a $1.8 billion deal that prosecutors say included the largest criminal fine ever imposed in an insider trading case.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports data from Javelin Research and Strategy says the cost of debit and credit card fraud in 2013 rose to $11 billion from $8 billion in 2012.
Credit and debit card fraud is a multibillion-dollar problem, but putting an exact figure on the cost is not that easy.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and CNBC contributor Natali Morris explain an exposed security flaw affecting most of the internet.
*Poland has launched industry-wide investigation. WARSAW, April 9- Polish prosecutors alleged on Wednesday that a local executive with U.S. firm Hewlett-Packard Co. paid bribes worth over $500,000 in exchange for help winning contracts to supply computer equipment to the Polish police headquarters.
DUBLIN— A judge has dismissed 13 fraud charges against two former executives of Anglo Irish Bank, the reckless lender that drove Ireland to the brink of national bankruptcy, as authorities continue to seek criminal convictions against directors of the ruined company.
ALBANY, N.Y., April 8- New York's highest state court has ruled that a lawsuit by the Algosaibi family conglomerate, claiming that a Saudi billionaire who married into the family committed a $150 million fraud, should be heard in Saudi Arabia.
A Dutch banker killed his wife and younger daughter before committing suicide, police said on Monday.
FBI investigators say some of the thousands of museum-quality artifacts collected by a 91-year-old man in Indiana may have been acquired improperly.
WASHINGTON, April 3- A Maryland man will plead guilty to charges of conspiring to commit insider trading, in what marks the 10th criminal prosecution stemming from an insider-trading ring orchestrated by a former Wells Fargo investment banker, the U.S. Justice Department said.
April 3- Federal authorities have opened an investigation into a $400 million fraud involving Citigroup's Mexican unit, the New York Times reported, citing people briefed on the matter.
Money laundering can be described as "moving money to disguise what it is" according to FBI agent Douglas Leff and there are simple steps to sniff out these funds.
Criminals find all sorts of creative ways to hide their money. Douglas Leff of the FBI discusses various ways criminals take advantage of money laundering opportunities.
NEW YORK, March 31- A New York judge has allowed Chevron Corp to sue Patton Boggs over claims that the Washington law and lobbying firm engaged in fraud while trying to enforce a multibillion-dollar environmental judgment for a group of Ecuadorean villagers.
Millions of Americans have had their medical records breached since 2009 and the problem is growing. Some warning signs your data have been compromised.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports 6 baggage handlers have been arrested at LAX airport for stealing passenger property after police noticed a 37% jump in thefts last year.
Still, it's the more mundane details such as due diligence in hiring that could choke Oppenheimer and Morgan Stanley if regulators extend their investigations, lawyers said.
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