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  • Barclays' 'dark pool' protection a 'sham': NY AG

    NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, discusses allegations that Barclays demonstrated a disturbing disregard for "ordinary" investors and operated a "dark pool" that favored high-frequency traders.

  • Barclays

    New York AG Eric Schneiderman will file a securities fraud lawsuit against Barclays for its use of "dark pools" on Wednesday.

  • Rajat Gupta

    A former board member at Goldman Sachs must report to prison as scheduled next week for his conviction on insider trading charges.

  • Global Fraud Survey results 'troubling': EY

    David Stulb, global forensics leader at EY, discusses the results of the annual Global Fraud Survey and warns that year-on-year improvements are very slow.

  • The lessons of one rogue trader

    Toshihide Iguchi, Author of 'My Billion Dollar Education - Inside the Mind of a Rogue Trader,' explains his acts that caused Daiwa Bank to lose $1.1 billion in 1995.

  • Bernie Madoff

    Is there a specific rate of return for an investment that should set off alarm bells in your head?

  • Daniel Bonventre, age 67, who served as Director of Operations for Madoff Investment Securities, leaves federal court after being found guilty of charges of aiding, assisting and profiting from the Ponzi scheme run by Bernard Madoff on March 24, 2014 in New York City.

    Five former Bernard Madoff aides have asked a US judge to throw out their convictions, after a jury found them guilty of fraud and conspiracy.

  • SEC charges Visionary Trading

    CNBC's Bob Pisani reports the SEC has charged New Jersey brokerage firm, Visionary Trading, with manipulative trading.

  • Rajat Gupta

    A federal appeals court on Tuesday rejected a bid by former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta to overturn his insider trading conviction.

  • Rajat Gupta appeal denied

    CNBC's Scott Cohn reports Rajat Gupta's conviction for insider trading in the Galleon case has been upheld.

  • Five former Madoff lieutenants convicted

    CNBC's Scott Cohn reports 5 former Madoff employees have been convicted of conspiring to falsify records and defraud clients.

  • Verdict to be announced in trial of former Madoff employees

    CNBC's Scott Cohn reports 5 former Madoff employees have been found guilty of criminal conspiracy.

  • Madoff's biggest problem in prison? Boredom

    In a wide-ranging interview, convicted fraudster Bernie Madoff talks with MJ Lee, Politico finance reporter, about what life is like in prison. He seems to be doing fine, says Lee.

  • Two charged in insider trading scam

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports 2 men have been charged with securities fraud that netted them $5.6 million.

  • Deficiencies found in DOJ mortgage investigation

    CNBC's Diana Olick reports on new Department of Justice findings on how it handled the investigation of the mortgage fraud crisis.

  • Stanford's ponzi scheme: Who was Allen Stanford?

    CNBC's Scott Cohn discuses Allen Stanford's fraud case, considered to be one of the biggest ponzi schemes ever. In this discussion with Ralph Janvey, receiver in the Allen Stanford case, Cohn tries to get to the heart of who Allen Stanford really was.

  • Stanford's ponzi scheme: Searching for missing billions

    Where's the money? CNBC's Scott Cohn discuses Allen Stanford's fraud case, considered to be one of the biggest ponzi schemes ever.

  • Indicted financier R. Allen Stanford, accused of leading a $7 billion investment fraud scheme, arrives at the Bob Casey Federal Courthouse in Houston, March 6, 2012.

    The Supreme Court ruled that the victims of former Texas tycoon R. Allen Stanford's massive Ponzi scheme can go forward with class-action lawsuits.

  • Preet Bharara, U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York

    A former senior managing director at Evercore charged on Friday with securities fraud and other violations, according to a court filing.

  • Stockbroker to stars in trouble again

    Former "stockbroker to the stars," Dana Giacchetto is in trouble with the law again. According to a two-count criminal complaint just unsealed, Giacchetto is charged with fraudulently using a credit card to pay for items including airline services, food, liquor and dental services. According to the court documents the fraudulent charges total over $10,000.