Craig Carton, Sports Radio Host, Is Accused of Ponzi Scheme

Craig Carton, who co-hosts a morning radio show in New York on WFAN, was arrested at his home in Manhattan early Wednesday. Read more

NY Man Charged With Reselling Tickets In $70 Million Ponzi Scheme

A New York man has been arrested for allegedly defrauding victims of at least $70 million in a Ponzi scheme involving the re-selling of sports and concert tickets. Read more

ZeekRewards Founder Sentenced For Role In $850 Million Scam

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Back in 2012, people lined around the block of what used to be the ZeekRewards building in Lexington, expecting to cash out bids they made on the penny auction website, only to later find out they were part of most likely the largest Ponzi scheme in US history. Read more

Platinum Hedge Fund Executives Charged With $1 Billion Fraud

NEW YORK – Platinum Partners hedge fund founder Mark Nordlicht and four others with ties to the New York City-based hedge fund were charged Monday in a $1 billion securities fraud indictment, one of the largest alleged scams since Bernard Madoff’s notorious Ponzi scheme. Read more

Jailed Jewish Fraudster Eliyahu Weinstein Not Allowed To Withdraw Guilty Plea

The Lakewood man who ran a $200 million Ponzi investment scheme that bilked members of the town’s Orthodox community has struck out in his attempt to overturn his convictions. Read more

Martin Shkreli Pleads Not Guilty to New Conspiracy Charge

Former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli pleaded not guilty Monday to a new conspiracy charge filed by Brooklyn federal prosecutors. Read more

Martin Shkreli Arrested on Fraud Charges

NEW YORK — Martin Shkreli, the former hedge fund manager vilified in nearly every corner of America for buying a pharmaceutical company and jacking up the price of a lifesaving drug more than fiftyfold, was arrested Thursday on securities fraud charges unrelated to the furor. Read more