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A Charleston, South Carolina restaurant may have been passing off Costco pizzas as gourmet pizzas.

A restaurant in South Carolina has been accused of reselling Costco pizzas at a 700% markup as ‘gourmet Roman-style thin crust pizza’

Diners and employees accused the restaurant of selling $18 to $20 'gourmet' pizzas that were just frozen Costco pizzas that cost around $2.50 each.

Warren Buffett slammed Wells Fargo’s fake-accounts scandal as a ‘total disaster’ after the bank agreed to a $3 billion settlement

'Shareholders are paying for something that didn't do them any good whatsoever," the billionaire investor said.
Elizabeth Holmes, founder of Theranos.

Elizabeth Holmes managed to get some charges in the Theranos case thrown out

The dismissal is only a small win for Holmes' lawyers, who had pushed to get all charges against the Theranos founder dropped.

The latest risk coronavirus poses to investors is ‘substantial’ fraud, SEC warns

The Securities and Exchange Commission gave investors a new reason to be on edge about the threat coronavirus poses to markets: fraud.
2011 Ferrari 599 SA Aperta.

4 Ferrari and Porsche supercars seized by the IRS from a convicted fraudster are now going up for auction

Former race car driver Scott Tucker was convicted of running a fraudulent online payday lending company that scammed 4.5 million people.
2011 Ferrari 599 SA Aperta.

4 Ferrari and Porsche supercars were seized by the IRS from a convicted fraudster and now they’re going up for auction

Former race car driver Scott Tucker was convicted of running a fraudulent online payday lending company that scammed 4.5 million people.
Michael Avenatti speaks to media as he exits the United States District Court Southern District of New York on May 30, 2018

Michael Avenatti searched ‘Nike put options’ and ‘insider trading’ before allegedly trying to extort the sportswear giant

Avenatti represents Gary Franklin, who accused Nike of hiding illegal payments to college recruits. The attorney isn't charged with insider trading.
U.S. Marshals stand in front of the Southern District of New York federal courthouse after bail hearing in Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking case in New York City, New York, U.S.

A New York wealth manager who overcharged hundreds of clients will reportedly plead guilty

The Securities and Exchange Commission claims Richard Diver overcharged more than 300 clients by $750,000.

16 books about the biggest business scams of our time — including Enron, Bernie Madoff, and Theranos

From finance to cars to sports, these books paint a picture of how business scams are built, how they crash, and how all the players are affected.
Facebook has filed multiple lawsuits in 2019 related to malware.

Facebook is suing a Hong Kong ad firm, claiming it hijacked people’s accounts to run millions of dollars of deceptive ads

The social media giant is suing ILikeAd Media International Company, as well as two Chinese citizens.