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Ruling has big impact for employers

Jun 29, 2009
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of a group of white firefighters who say they were unfairly denied promotions because of race. Sam Eaton reports.
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Battle just beginning for Madoff victims

Jun 29, 2009
Reporter Sam Eaton talks with Steve Chiotakis about what to expect during the sentencing for disgraced investor Bernard Madoff, and what lies ahead for many of his victims.
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Madoff victims lose out on money

Jun 29, 2009
Disgraced investment manager Bernard Madoff will be sentenced in U.S. District Court. Many of his victims still want their money back. But Ashley Milne-Tyte reports they shouldn't count on getting much back.
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Antigua still reeling from Stanford case

Jun 25, 2009
Billionaire Allen Stanford's fraud may have dashed Antigua's hopes of becoming a regional banking center. The country acknowledges it may have catered too much to Stanford's wishes to keep him happy. Stephen Beard reports.
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New plan to stop Swiss tax evaders

Jun 23, 2009
The U.S. appears to have caved on the case against UBS, but a new tax-evasion treaty signed by the U.S. and Switzerland won't make life any easier for Americans looking to cut tax corners. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Crime, Taxes

Stanford taken in on Ponzi allegations

Jun 19, 2009
A grand jury in Houston unseals an indictment today for Texas billionaire Allen Stanford, who surrendered to the FBI yesterday. The SEC accused Stanford of running an $8 billion Ponzi scheme through his bank in Antigua. Steve Henn reports.
Posted In: Crime, Investing

Independent analysts run out of funds

Jun 11, 2009
Fallout from the Wall Street stock-research scandal resulted in firms having to pay more than $450 million to fund independent market research. But that money will soon dry up. Amy Scott reports.
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Chocolate bunny hops into court

Jun 11, 2009
The European Court of Justice delivered a verdict on a trademark case involving a rabbit-shaped chocolate. Bill Radke talks to European correspondent Stephen Beard, who explains why the court may have fudged the issue.
Posted In: Crime, Food

Jobless Indian youth stir up extremism

Jun 10, 2009
Many of the youth in Indian tech hub Bangalore are resorting to violent, extremist measures to sway the population. Experts say much of their reasoning comes not from religious views, but economic hardship. Raymond Thibodeaux reports.
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U.K. cop sting could bust you for bling

Jun 2, 2009
Police in one British town are hoping to nab criminals by asking residents to report their suspiciously glamorous neighbors with a controversial message: "Too Much Bling, Give Us A Ring." Christopher Werth reports.
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