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  • Ex-KPMG partner was sting target

    It was the Starbucks sting. The defining moment in the KPMG insider-trading scandal took place over coffee at a Starbucks in the San Fernando Valley, where the accountant at the center of the case was set up by his longtime friend. Scott London...
  • Federal prosecutors charge ex-KPMG auditor Scott London

    Federal prosecutors charge ex-KPMG auditor Scott London
    The U.S. Department of Justice has charged Scott London, the former KPMG auditor who passed non-public information about Herbalife Ltd. and Skechers USA Inc. to a friend, with criminal insider trading. London, 50, is scheduled to be arraigned at 2 p.m....
  • KPMG partner shown accepting bribe for inside information

    KPMG partner shown accepting bribe for inside information
    One of the most damaging pieces of evidence in the case against former KPMG senior partner Scott London, charged with criminal insider trading, is a photograph that allegedly shows London accepting an envelope stuffed with cash from his friend, a...
  • Ex-KPMG auditor Scott London is charged

    Ex-KPMG auditor Scott London is charged
    Prosecutors filed a criminal charge against disgraced former KPMG partner Scott London, saying he gave a stock-trading friend inside information about his firm's clients in exchange for cash, jewelry and expensive dinners. The criminal case filed...
  • In KPMG insider trading case, crime and blunders alleged

    It's the kind of audacious but small-stakes insider trading that normally wouldn't have merited much attention. Golfing buddies Scott London and Bryan Shaw netted just $1.3 million, a blip in a world where Wall Street kingpins pocket hundreds of...
  • Gregory J. Smith, former Maryland Stadium Authority executive, dies at 48

    Gregory J. Smith, former Maryland Stadium Authority executive, dies at 48
    Gregory J. Smith, a sports consultant and former chief operating officer of the Maryland Stadium Authority, died of cancer Thursday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Lake-Walker resident was 48. Born in Buffalo, N.Y., he was the son of Dennis...
  • Herbalife posts better-than-expected earnings, again

    Herbalife posts better-than-expected earnings, again
    Los Angeles nutritional products company Herbalife Ltd. reported $1.1 billion in first-quarter sales and profit that soundly beat analysts' expectations and its own guidance. The company reported earnings of $118.8 million, or $1.10 a share, up from...
  • Professionals buying into perfect jobs

    Professionals buying into perfect jobs
    Annette Walter was chief operating officer of a fast-growing Baltimore real estate company. Her husband, Shawn, a former construction project manager, had launched a successful career in sales. But in March, the Hunt Valley couple walked away from the...
  • Metrolink accounting problems still being unraveled by consultant

    Metrolink accounting problems still being unraveled by consultant
    Officials for the six-county Metrolink commuter railroad continue to grapple with accounting and management problems that surfaced in February -- a situation complicated by the recent departures of two interim chief financial officers. KPMG, a...
  • KPMG auditor deserves 3 years for insider trading, probation office says

    KPMG auditor deserves 3 years for insider trading, probation office says
    Former KPMG partner Scott London should be sentenced to three years in prison for selling secret information about the accounting firm’s clients to a stock-trading friend, who used the tips to make more than $1.2 million in profitable trades, the...
  • Three-year prison term recommended for former KPMG auditor

    Three-year prison term recommended for former KPMG auditor
    Former KPMG auditing partner Scott London should spend three years in prison on his insider-trading conviction for selling secret information about the accounting firm's clients to a stock-trading friend, the federal probation office in Los Angeles...