It may be hard to tell from reading the business pages of your local newspaper, but the F.B.I. assures us that crime fell last year.
Never mind that Conrad Black started his six-year prison sentence for fraud, an oil-services company was blamed for corrupting Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska, and Bernard Madoff said he fleeced investors of $50 billion with his Guinness-worthy Ponzi scheme.
? One of the best blogs out there on white-collar crime is the White Collar Crime Prof Blog, and each year they put together an award for White-Collar Crime called ?The Collars?. ??Here are a few of my favorites for 2011 and a little background on each: The Collar for the Gun Used Most Often ...
They've been inducted into the Con Artist Hall of Infamy, a website designed to be comprehensive educational tool to help readers understand and prevent white-collar crime, the site's founders say.
It's not the first time Bernard L.