After a five month trial, the federal jury did not believe--for a “New York Minute”--the claims by five lavishly-compensated Madoff loyalists.
Allan Dodds Frank is a business investigative correspondent who specializes in white-collar-crime stories. He also is the former president of the Overseas Press Club of America, one of the many journalism organizations that protest the arrests of journalists abroad and repression of freedom of speech.
Frank DiPascali, a 33-year employee of the firm that ran the largest Ponzi scheme in recent history, took to the stand to testify against his former colleagues.
IBM CEO schools executives on how to make data-based decisions and predicts the decline of management by gut instinct.
Walmart CEO Mike Duke says consumers will curtail spending this holiday season unless a fiscal-cliff deal is reached.
The ex-McKinsey head got off easy with a light sentence. Allan Dodds Frank reports from the courtroom.
Former Wall Street star Sallie Krawcheck is reemerging as a forceful voice on policy. Allan Dodds Frank reports.
A jury speedily found former Goldman Sachs board member Rajat Gupta guilty of insider trading, writes Allan Dodds Frank.
Goldman Sachs chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein’s testimony Monday appeared to bolster the prosecution’s insider-trading case against Rajat Gupta. Allan Dodds Frank reports.
Allan Dodds Frank reports from the opening arguments in the insider-trading case against former McKinsey chief Rajat Gupta.
The baseball team’s owners have agreed to pay $162 million to the Ponzi scheme’s victims.