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Netanyahu Under Pressure as Police Recommend Corruption Charges

Israeli police recommended charging Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with bribery and fraud related to a corruption investigation, a move which could further weaken one of President Trump’s most stalwart foreign allies......»»

Category: topSource: wsjDec 3rd, 2018

Israeli police recommend indicting Netanyahu on bribery and fraud charges

REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun Police say that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promoted reg.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsiderDec 2nd, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou granted bail by Canadian judge

A Canadian judge grants bail to Huawei Technologies Co. finance chief Meng Wanzhou, setting the stage for a new confrontation with China as the U.S. seeks the executive’s extradition to face charges over violating Iran sanctions......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatch2 hr. 47 min. ago

Biotech investor headed to prison after pleading guilty to fraud

A San Francisco judge sentenced former biotech venture capitalist G. Steven Burrill to 30 months in prison this week. The sentencing, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, follows Burrill's 2017 guilty plea to charges of tax evasion and invest.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsDec 7th, 2018

Israeli Police Recommend Bribery Charges Against Netanyahu And Wife Over "Bezeq Walla Affair"

First it was the "gifts affair" and the "Yediot Aharanot Affair", now .....»»

Category: blogSource: zerohedgeDec 2nd, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Michael Avenatti will not face felony charges following arrest

The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office won’t bring felony charges against attorney Michael Avenatti, who represents Stormy Daniels, following his arrest last week on suspicion of domestic violence......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchNov 21st, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Elon Musk mocks SEC in tweets, accuses agency of helping short-sellers

Elon Musk’s Twitter account on Thursday appeared to mock the Securities and Exchange Commission only days after the Tesla Inc. chief executive settled fraud charges, suggesting the agency was enriching investors betting against the electric-car maker......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchOct 4th, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Harvey Weinstein could face life in prison over new charges of sexual assault

With the three additional felony charges, the former producer could now face a maximum sentence of life in prison......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchJul 3rd, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Netanyahu: Secret documents prove Iran lied about not pursuing nukes

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presented what he called new evidence that Iran maintained a secret and comprehensive plan to build nuclear weapons but lied repeatedly about it, building a case against the 2015 Iran nuclear deal......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchApr 30th, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Glencore, Vitol and Trafigura in focus in Brazil bribery probe

Brazil’s sprawling Operation Car Wash corruption probe is investigating Glencore, Trafigura and Vitol for alledgedly paying millions of dollars in bribes to employees of Brazilian oil company Petrobas......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchDec 5th, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Google suspends Cheetah, Kika apps over ad-fraud allegations

Google has suspended two apps from its Google Play app store amid allegations that they could have been used in an ad fraud scheme......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchDec 4th, 2018

PayPal is still a buy amid Venmo fraud and iZettle competition concerns, says Buckingham

Buckingham Research Group analyst Chris Brendler reiterated his buy rating and $99 target price on shares of PayPal Holdings Inc. on Monday, following a Wall Street Journal report that de.....»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchNov 26th, 2018

Israel police: Interior minister should be charged for fraud

Israeli police are recommending charges be brought against the country's interior minister in a major corruption case......»»

Category: topSource: foxnewsNov 20th, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: 6 TV station owners settle federal antitrust charges

A group of six television station owners on Tuesday agreed to settle Justice Department charges that they used third-party firms to illegally coordinate on sales of local advertising spots......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchNov 13th, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Under Armour: No more strip-club charges on company credit cards

Under Armour Inc. employees received an email earlier this year that upended a longstanding company practice: They could no longer charge visits to strip clubs on their corporate cards......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchNov 5th, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Gulfport Energy CEO resigns after unauthorized use of credit card, private jet

Gulfport Energy Corp.’s chief executive has stepped down following a company review that found he had made personal charges to a company credit card and used Gulfport’s chartered aircraft without permission......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchNov 2nd, 2018

U.S. to announce charges against former Goldman bankers for 1MDB: WSJ

The U.S. Justice Department is set to announce multiple criminal charges on Thursday against two former Goldman Sachs Inc bankers and Malaysian financier Jho Low tied to the Malaysia 1MDB sovereign wealth fund scandal, the Wall Street Journal reported......»»

Category: topSource: reutersNov 1st, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Migrant caravan battles with police at Mexico’s southern border

Mexican officials said they could only let in 100 to 200 asylum-seeking migrants a day......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchOct 20th, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Brexit talks face setback just days ahead of key summit

Negotiations over Britain’s departure from the European Union suffered a setback Sunday as the two sides failed to resolve differences, chiefly over how to avoid the re-emergence of a physical border in Ireland......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchOct 14th, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Prosecutors charge Newsweek’s former parent company with fraud

Newsweek’s former parent company has been charged by Manhattan prosecutors with carrying out a complex scheme to defraud lenders out of millions of dollars as part of an effort to keep the struggling media organization afloat......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchOct 10th, 2018