James T. Booth is a man who [allegedly] still respects the classic techniques of the white-collar criminals he knew in his youth.
The guys running the modern IPO market fell victim to an alleged wine-based Ponzi scheme...and that feels fair.
The sex monster and alleged financier poses a "danger to the community" and will not get bail.
The Simon & Simon of hedge funders are on the case for NY Mag.
Oh, Deutsche, you beautiful monster.
Joseph Meli’s underground airplane hanger of a Hamptons retreat is available.
Try your hand at making $100 million on bogus timber deeds before going to prison for a hair under 20 years.
A $7 million Ponzi scheme? Never thought you could do it, buddy.
Unless you’re willing to pay your life savings for that ticket, that is.
Man, you are harshing our summer vibes.
You couldn't lose this much money if you tried.
Craig Carton’s gonna have to pay off those gambling debts somehow.
Because so far they’re all turning up Ponzi scheme.
Turns out the Craig Carton Ticket Brokerage was not the slam-dunk investment some hedge funds hoped.
We thought Dawn Bennett was a little nutty, but it turns out that she's just a lady who keeps tongues in jars to keep regulators off her case.
All it took was a little chat between Raymond Montoya and the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
A story that was already the perfect encapsulation of contemporary New York now just way too good to be true.
Harness the limitless loss-making potential of day traders for your next criminal enterprise!
Rule number one of running a hedge fund like a Ponzi scheme: Don't.
Well, 45 years between getting caught, to be accurate.
Teddy-loving Paul Greenwood will be home sooner than he and his beloved stuffed animals thought.