Stanford gets 110 years for role in $7B swindle Allen Stanford has been sentenced to 110 years in prison for orchestrating one of the largest Ponzi schemes in U.S. history. The sentence was handed down Thursday by U.S. District Judge David Hittner in Houston. The financier learned his fate during a ... 06/28/2012 - 6:16 am | View Link
Texas Tycoon Gets 110 Years For Role in $7B Swindle Allen ... Stanford also cleared the way for U.S. authorities to go after about $330 million in stolen investor funds sitting in the financier's frozen foreign bank accounts in Canada, England and Switzerland. But due to legal wrangling, it could be years ... 06/14/2012 - 6:51 pm | View Link
Texas Tycoon Gets 110 Years For Role In $7B Swindle Allen ... Stanford also cleared the way for U.S. authorities to go after about $330 million in stolen investor funds sitting in the financier's frozen foreign bank accounts in Canada, England and Switzerland. But due to legal wrangling, it could be years ... 06/13/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Stanford fraud suits by investors allowed by Supreme Court ... Victims of R. Allen Stanford's $7 billion Ponzi scheme can sue outside companies and law firms alleged to have played a role in the fraud, the U.S. Supreme ... 04/19/2014 - 9:01 pm | View Website
Stanford Financial Group Allen Stanford traced his company to the insurance company founded in 1932 in Mexia, Texas, by his grandfather, Lodis B. Stanford. However there was no direct ... 04/19/2014 - 11:49 am | View Website
So, how is your 2014 going? For Jack Ma, the past five months were one crazy shopping spree. The 49-year-old billionaire founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Group has been involved in eight major deals with a tally of close to $5 billion. That's equal to writing a check of around $1 
Yesterday I stopped in a Vietnamese deli for lunch and got a delicious Banh Mi sandwich. While there I saw this sign, notifying customers that the price of products had gone up. Is this Janet Yellen's fault? No. It's pretty much all due to the drought in California, and in particular the surge in meat prices.
Easter is hopping its way into our candy-shaped hearts this weekend. Kids may be scrambling to grab as many confection-filled plastic eggs they can handle, but us responsible, mature adults can celebrate with a bag of Reese's eggs all to ourselves
When you're chomping down your sixth or seventh peanut butter-filled confection, you can't help but wonder what's inside that makes them so much better than the rest of the year's plain-ole peanut butter cups
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In fact, most candy just seems to better around the holidays.
During a recent Bulldog webinar on the subject of media relations 2.0, a senior communications professional from the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) noted that when the organization wanted to announce news, it simply posted the story to its Facebook, LinkedIn and Pinterest pages, and its Twitter and Instagram feeds, plus one or two others. This approach is in