November 14, 2009 On The Block: Madoff's Things
November 13, 2009 Swindlers like Bernard Madoff may get most of the attention, but as the effects of the recession wear on, smaller-scale frauds are thriving. Companies are worried that the risk of white-collar crime is rising, and one of the main threats could be from their own employees.
November 4, 2009 Bernard Madoff's longtime auditor pleaded guilty to securities fraud charges Tuesday, but said he did not know Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme. David Friehling's plea was part of a cooperation deal with prosecutors. He will be sentenced next year.
September 21, 2009 Six months after Bernard Madoff pleaded guilty to running a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme, six books have already been published about the scandal. Four came out just last month. They cover much of the same ground — with some exceptions.
September 10, 2009 A new recording has surfaced from convicted swindler Bernard Madoff. The 2005 tape begins with, "Obviously, first of all, this conversation never took place." Authorities say Madoff was coaching a potential witness who was going to be talking to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
August 12, 2009 Frank DiPascali Jr., who played a key role in Bernard Madoff's huge Ponzi scheme, pleaded guilty to multiple counts of fraud. Sentencing isn't until May of next year, but the former chief financial officer says he will name names, which could mean less prison time and more arrests in the case.
July 15, 2009 Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff has begun serving his 150 year prison sentence at a federal prison in North Carolina. He was transferred there Tuesday. Madoff will spend his days in a medium security facility at the Butner Federal Correctional Complex about 45 miles northwest of Raleigh.
July 2, 2009 A complex point system will partly determine which prison Bernard Madoff, who was sentenced to 150 years, will go to. Because of his long sentence, it is likely that Madoff will never see the minimum security work camps known as "Club Fed."
June 30, 2009 Prosecutors in the Bernard Madoff case are turning their attention to Madoff's family — his wife and sons. Amir Efrati, who has been covering the case for The Wall Street Journal, talks with Renee Montagne about the next steps in the investigation.
June 30, 2009 Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff's prison sentence of 150 years delivered a measure of relief to some of his victims. But others realize they are no better off this morning than they were the day before. And other Madoff victims worry that not enough is being done to prevent the next Madoff.
June 29, 2009 Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff was sentenced Monday to 150 years in prison. The verdict was sweet justice for many people who invested and lost money with Madoff. One of those investors, Miriam Siegman, says the fact Madoff will be in jail for 150 years doesn't mean there will be meaningful changes to the system.
June 29, 2009 Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff was sentenced Monday to 150 years for his monumental Ponzi scheme. The judge called Madoff's deeds "extraordinarily evil," and said he needed to send a symbolic message to those who might try to perpetuate a comparable fraud.
June 29, 2009 Bernard Madoff was sentenced to 150 years in prison for a multi-billion dollar scheme to defraud investors. Before sentencing, a federal judge in New York City heard from some of the people Madoff bilked.
June 29, 2009 U.S. District Judge Denny Chin calls the scope of Bernard Madoff's fraud "staggering" as he delivers the most severe sentence allowed, ensuring the 71-year-old financier will live out his days behind bars.
June 29, 2009 The sentencing of disgraced financier Bernard Madoff, 71, is expected to draw a crowd Monday. Officials say hundreds of people are likely to show up. Prosecutors are seeking a 150-year prison sentence. The defense has asked for a 12-year term because of Madoff's age.
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