The Madoff Investment Scandal Wall Street money manager Bernard Madoff is sentenced to 150 years in prison for bilking investors in a massive Ponzi scheme. The fraud reverberated through the world of high finance and charitable foundations in the U.S. and abroad.
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The Madoff Investment Scandal

The case raised questions about why federal regulators didn't heed warning signs earlier.

Successful Madoff Investors Worry About Lawsuits

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Following Madoff's Money Trail

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Fallout From Madoff Scandal Hits Europe's Big Banks

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Madoff Fallout Hits Jewish Foundations Hard

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