LISTINGS FOR SEASON SIX OF CNBC'S "AMERICAN GREED"
(ALL TIMES ARE IN ET)
Season six episodes of CNBC's "American Greed" will air Wednesdays at 10PM and repeat at 1AM ET the same night. The previous weeks episode will re-air Wednesdays at 9PM and repeat at 12AM ET the same night.
Wednesday, March 7th – “American Greed” Episode 56 – Galleon Group: The Insider: Raj Rajaratnam
Sex, lies, and insider trading. Galleon Group co-founder Raj Rajaratnam turns his hedge fund into one of the most profitable in the world, managing more than $7 billion in assets… by creating one of the biggest insider trading schemes in U.S. history.
Wednesday, March 14th – “American Greed” Episode 57 – Fine Arts Treasure Gallery: Fine Art: A Portrait of Fraud
Viewers across the country tune in to watch a live auction show that turns out to be nothing more than con artists selling fake art. They bilk buyers out of $20 million.
Wednesday, March 21st – “American Greed” Episode 58 – Norman Schmidt –and– James Lull: Loan Scam: Money for Nothing
A sting operation brings down a Denver businessman who scams more than $50 million from 1,000 investors in an overseas loan scheme.
Hawaiian Punched: Fraud in Paradise
A charismatic con man uses the promise of huge returns to put $30 million in his own pocket.
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