The co-founder of digital currency operator Liberty Reserve, Arthur Budovsky, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for what prosecutors say was a money laundering operation of unprecedented size and scope.
An investigation led by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has reportedly resulted in the release of the so-called “Panama Papers” that detail four decades worth of tax havens for suspected money laundering, arms and drug deals, and tax avoidance.
The U.S. Justice Department says it successfully accessed data stored on an encrypted iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters and asks a court to withdraw an order compelling Apple to assist.
A Florida jury on Friday (March 18) awarded Hulk Hogan $115 million with the possibility of more after finding the Gawker website violated his privacy by publishing a sex tape of the celebrity wrestler.
German auto supplier Bosch has been accused of conspiring with Volkswagen to evade diesel emissions standards in at least 11 million vehicles worldwide. As Ivor Bennett reports, the class action lawsuit follows a huge fall in VW sales in the U.S. Continue reading
Nigerian analyst condemns MTN Group’s violation of Nigerian laws while calling on the telecoms company to adhere to the regulations of the Nigerian Communications Commission.
(BVO) – How many different defeat devices did Volkswagen make? And just how many people were in on the scheme?
The company says a few rogue engineers created the software that fooled emissions tests.
Dutch prosecutors say they have raided Uber’s European headquarters in Amsterdam as part of a criminal investigation into whether the company is offering illegal taxi services.
(BVO) – For Volkswagen’s US boss, the timing couldn’t have been worse
A growing scandal, coinciding with a launch that’s been scheduled for months.
Michael Horn had no choice but to face the music.
Man Group shares fall after report of its China head helping police probe into market volatility.