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  • The best way yet to proclaim love for a tax cheat

    Ernst & Young LLP received the usual kid-glove treatment given to too-big-to-fail enterprises when it reached a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over illegal tax shelters it sold more than a decade ago. The government chose not to prosecute the...
  • Broward sheriff's sergeant warns of FedEx email fraud

    Broward sheriff's sergeant warns of FedEx email fraud
    The email that claimed to be from FedEx looked real enough when it arrived in a Broward County sheriff sergeant's personal in-box. It advised that the deputy — who does not want his name used in this story because he works undercover — had a...
  • Con artists recycle old tricks, add a high-tech one

    Michele Holota wishes she had never answered the phone that fateful day. If she hadn't, her computer wouldn't be fried right now. But when the phone rang and the caller ID said "Microsoft," she figured it might be important. What the caller told her...
  • Bel Air payroll firm sued for allegedly keeping clients' tax payments

    Bel Air payroll firm sued for allegedly keeping clients' tax payments
    A Bel Air company that handled payrolls for many employers in the area is being sued by clients for allegedly stealing years of tax payments rather than sending them on to the tax collectors as required — leaving the companies on the hook....
  • Baltimore man, 81, loses his home following lottery fraud

    Baltimore man, 81, loses his home following lottery fraud
    The first caller told Norman Breidenbaugh he had won $2.5 million in a foreign sweepstakes, but there was a catch: Breidenbaugh needed to send $2,000 in fees before collecting his earnings. Other calls followed, promising Breidenbaugh millions more...
  • Mets Forced To Take Loan From MLB

    Mets Forced To Take Loan From MLB
    Financially battered by a multi-million dollar lawsuit filed in connection to the Madoff scheme, the New York Mets revealed Friday that the organization was forced to ask the MLB for a loan in November. "We did receive a loan from Major League...
  • Book Review: Is Nicole Riche's new novel a Jackie Susann redux?

    So, OK, the first problem with Nicole Richie's second novel, "Priceless," is that you took, or mistook, actually, its opening chapters -- setting up the tale of an American princess recently returned from Parisian exile to her handsome, devoted Wall...
  • Justice Department group tasked with monitoring oil prices

    Justice Department group tasked with monitoring oil prices
    As gas prices across the nation inch higher, the Obama administration will investigate the energy markets for any evidence of manipulation of oil and gas prices through the formation of a new group, the Department of Justice announced Thursday. With...
  • Cases of fraud by deputies increase

    Several Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies have been entangled in fraud allegations in the last year, a spike that the department's watchdog says may be linked to overtime cuts pushing cash-strapped deputies to commit crimes. One deputy torched his...
  • A family conflict of interest on a college campus

    A family conflict of interest on a college campus
    A company co-owned by the vice president of a Los Angeles community college collected more than $500,000 for working on a public construction program that she oversaw on her campus, records and interviews show. The company, M. Delvin & Associates, was...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Canon lawyer, Bert Fields

    Patt Morrison Asks: Canon lawyer, Bert Fields
    Who wrote Shakespeare? Sounds like "Who's buried in Grant's tomb?" Yet about 150 years ago, people on both sides of the Atlantic began asking how an otherwise obscure William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon could have crafted the most brilliant works...