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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Allen Stanford Robert Allen Stanford (born March 24, 1950) is a former prominent financier and sponsor of professional sports who is serving a 110-year prison sentence, having been ... 07/22/2014 - 7:56 am | View Website
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The Fed’s July Monetary Policy Report is so benign that it could have been written by Monsignor Fulton J. Sheen for one of his 1950’s television broadcasts. Strangely, I agree with the Fed’s sense of our becalmed economic setting and how it unfolds in 2015, ‘16. It’s as if I carry 
Plastic water canisters are lined up in long queues outside the pump houses by the side of the road in Emali, Eastern Kenya. Dead stalks of maize stand all along the roadside, victim to a drought that has ruined crops across Makueni County. The kind of droughts that happened once per 
Is your investment representative’s bankruptcy your business? It should be. But Wall Street—as usual—is fighting full disclosure, and bankruptcy courts may be helping them temporarily do it. According to a recent article in Investment News, a broker with multiple complaints for unsuitable investments and churning filed for federal bankruptcy, which evidently 
This series of posts will discuss the key authorities that address the issue of determining material participation for trusts and estates, including the most recent authority, the Frank Aragona Trust U. S. Tax Court case. Effective January 1, 2013, Code Sec. 1411 imposes the 3.8-percent Net Investment Income Tax (NIIT) on the 
Rachel Short, director of global business psychologists YSC, researched Cracking the Code, a study that investigates why women succeed at work. She explains why women belong in the boardroom – and what can get them to the top
The sharply higher opening Tuesday in reaction to earnings from Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) and Chipolte Mexican Grill (CMG) stabilized the market’s short-term outlook. The S&P futures broke out of their recent trading range during the day but failed to breakout on a closing basis. The S&P 500 also made a new intra-day high.
Another strong close should be enough to signal another push to the upside as the market internals were 2-1 positive Tuesday.