Madoff


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Madoff

(ˈmeɪdɒf)
n
(Biography) Bernard (Lawrence), known as Bernie. born 1938, US financier; chairman of the NASDAQ stock exchange (1990, 1991, 1993); convicted (2009) of running a $65bn (£40bn) Ponzi scheme
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Convicted Ponzi schemer, Bernie Madoff, is reportedly seeking compassionate release from prison at the age of 81.
Convicted ponzi schemer Bernard "Bernie" Madoff is reaching out to the Department of Justice for clemency, according to CNBC.
In 1960, Bernard Madoff founded Madoff Investment Securities LLC.
The $65 billion (Dh238 billion) Ponzi scheme run by Wall Street luminary Bernie Madoff claimed many victims.
And ever since news of the Madoff investment scandal first broke in the winter of 2008, I've been wondering just how the muses would sing of the family Madoff, their terrible deeds, and the subsequent misery they unleashed unto the world.
NEW YORK -- Bernard Madoff's ex-director of operations for investments was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison by a judge who cited the fraud's ''smoldering ruins'' as she kicked off an eight-day stretch during which she will announce the punishments of four other former Madoff workers.
Summary: The ongoing case against five former employees of Bernard Madoff continued this past week as the judge called a recess for the jurors to ...
18 in attempt to clear his name of any involvement from the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme that sapped billions from investors.
The New York State Insurance Fund Board of Commissioners has elected Eric Madoff as its Executive Director.
JPMorgan has paid a steep price for keeping quiet about its suspicions about Bernard Madoff.
JPMorgan Chase must pay $1.7 billion to victims of the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme as part of a settlement reached Monday with U.S.
The lawyer of investors in an Irish fund has accused HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) of not taking enough care to ensure that customers' funds with Madoff were safe.