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Ex-senator Robertson pleads guilty, working in oil fields to repay embezzled funds

Tishman Speyer Lands $1.8B for New NYC Office Tower Tishman Speyer has started construction on another office project in D.C. The New York-based real. which includes one building, is a $140 million project that is expected to be completed in April.

A former credit union president/CEO pleads guilty to embezzling more than $740,000.. Corry Area Schools FCU has been able to substantially recover all of the funds embezzled, as well as much of.

NoMad Ritz-Carlton secures $125M in EB-5 funds – but not from where you’d think "I’m big on this ‘no budget, no pay.’ I think that’s important. Let’s get right at the heart of the issue. Even when I was in the state legislature, the most important function we had was to pass the bloody budget." – Kurt Schrader

Former credit union CEO enters guilty plea. Sherry Ann Allen, the former CEO of the Greater Eastern Credit Union in Johnson City, Tenn., pleaded guilty to theft and tax evasion Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Greenville, Tenn. Her sentencing hearing is scheduled for Sept. 26.

Kushner’s N.J. Trump Tower got $200 million Citigroup loan At a news conference last year, Trump repeated the same story: “I got a very, very small loan from my father many years ago. I built that into a massive empire and I paid my father back that.

FORMER TBW CEO PLEADS GUILTY TO $1.5 BILLION FRAUD SCHEME. WASHINGTON – Paul Allen, the former chief executive officer at Taylor, Bean & Whitaker (TBW), pleaded guilty today to making false statements and conspiring to commit bank and wire fraud for his role in a $1.5 billion fraud scheme that contributed to the failure of TBW.

A former governor of Delta, one of Nigeria’s richest oil states, has plead guilty to stealing $250mn in public funds.James Ibori is being tried for the corruption charges in a court in London.

The former director of a Victorian business has pleaded guilty to illegally withdrawing funds from her business while in liquidation, despite the business having debts of over $700,000. Former director pleads guilty to stealing company funds | My Business

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Davis, 34, a detroit area labor activist, pleaded guilty to federal program fraud, admitting he embezzled nearly $200,000 from the struggling Highland Park School District through a phony invoice.

U.S. oilfield workers are facing a big problem, and it's not just the. But even though the industry is known for paying high wages, the big. Still, the money was rolling in, and industry watchers say that workers, For Chesapeake, the deal offered a way to pay off some of its debts, incurred as its former.

On 20 June 2019, Meng has pleaded guilty for accepting bribes over $2.11 million dollars. He was accused of abusing his position and power for personal gain, squandering state funds to finance his family’s extravagant lifestyle, and disregarding the principles of being a party member.

Former Robertson County Commissioner Edward shannon polen pleads Guilty to Operating Ponzi Schemes Totaling $16 Million. Polen admitted, however, that the investment schemes, identified individually as the "John Deere Investment," the "Greenway Investment," and the "Tennesseein Valley Authority Coal Ash Cleanup Investment," were totally fraudulent, and he never intended to invest any of the funds he received from investors.

Ex-city officials embezzled funds, bought guns, authorities say. Two former Ecru, Miss. officials were charged with embezzlement of nearly $400,000.