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Although we’ve seen our fair share of infamous, high-ranking white-collar criminals the last few years, white-collar crime affects all rungs on the corporate ladder. Protecting your company from these kinds of crimes, both inside and outside of your walls, is becoming trickier than ever before.  more...

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Despite tax evasion being a serious crime that can bring steep penalties and even jail time, there are still those who try to avoid paying their taxes. As we finish up our own taxes this tax season, here are 10 high-profile tax evasion cases that are a reminder of what can happen when you don’t pay your taxes—even to the rich and famous. more...

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Once upon a time Steve Madden was man who knew how to please just about any woman of any age. Give her some cute shoes. Even better, design and sell some of the trendiest shoes to hit display windows. If only he had been as savvy about how to please investors.... more...

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Cooking up crab apple jelly behind prison walls, changing from power suits into prison garbs, meeting in courtrooms instead of boardrooms. Just what are those execs up to who were caught invading the corporate cookie jar? Let's look in on some high profile corporate cases. more...

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In a rare unanimous decision, the Supreme Court overturned the conviction of Arthur-Andersen Accounting for destroying documents related to their client Enron in the early days of the scandal. The ruling, issued May 31, said that the jury instructions in the June 2002 trial failed to convey that conviction requires "consciousness of wrongdoing," according to the law. more...

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Ever wondered about an ex? Ever wanted to break into their computer and spy on them whenever you want? Over a thousand people all over the world did through a program called Loverspy which was created by El Salvadorian, Carlos Enrique Perez-Melara. Read more to find out what happened. more...

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