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    Securities Fraud News

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    • Milwaukee County judge rules brash landlord Nick Rezny committed securities fraud January 17, 2018
      Nicholas Rezny, the controversial landlord who city officials suspect is running a Ponzi scheme, committed securities fraud, misrepresentation and improperly used $50,000 of a client's cash to pay an unrelated personal debt, a circuit judge ruled Tuesday.
    • Rio Tinto says SEC fraud case should be dismissed January 17, 2018
      In a letter filed with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, a lawyer for Rio Tinto said the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission failed to plead that the company intended to commit fraud or made false statements related to asset values. He also said ...
    • Whistleblowers, Corporate Fraud, and Congress January 17, 2018
      Citing a 2016 Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC ... Shapiro is an Assistant Professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. A Fraud Risk and Financial Crimes specialist, his background includes work as an FBI (public sector) special agent ...
    • Scams and fraud prevalent in Hawaii January 17, 2018
      The county Agency on Elderly Affairs Aging and Disability Resource Center, along with state agencies, recently presented a seminar about Medicare and securities fraud, other common scams in the state, and prescription drug misuse. The presentation reminded ...

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    • Feds turn over documents, materials in Mangano-Venditto case January 17, 2018
      The material that the government has already turned over to the defense since November, according to a government motion filed in federal court in Central Islip, includes: 1,150,000 pages of documents specifically related to the securities fraud charges aimed at Venditto alone, as well as 86,000 pages ...
    • George P. Bush outraises GOP primary opponent Patterson January 17, 2018
      Paxton is still fighting criminal charges, levied in 2015 by a Collin County grand jury, accusing him of securities fraud and failing to register with state securities regulators in private business deals in 2011 and 2012. Matt Welch, Paxton's campaign spokesman, said the strong financial numbers show ...
    • Will the tax cuts lower Texas' utility bills? January 17, 2018
      Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton leaves the 177th District Court, after at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center, Thursday, June 29, 2017, in Houston. Paxton is facing two counts of felony securities fraud, and a lesser felony charge of failing to register as an insurance adviser with the state.
    • New RANE Appointments Bring Wealth of Experience in Cyber, Compliance, and Security January 17, 2018
      While at the U.S. Attorney's Office, Vash supervised and prosecuted a wide range of federal crimes, including cases involving securities fraud, money laundering, structuring, organized crime and racketeering, cybercrime, national security, and other financial frauds. In 2010, Vash was named the ...

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    • Fear the Unknown at General Electric January 16, 2018
      GE’s nasty surprise raises deeper fears about the company and doubts about whether a breakup would preserve value for investors.
    • UnitedHealth Cashes In on Tax Cut January 16, 2018
      Tax reform lived up to the hype for health insurers, as industry bellwether UnitedHealth reported higher-than-expected revenue in the fourth quarter and raised its forecast for 2018 by 17%.
    • Where Banks and Tech Are Going Head to Head January 16, 2018
      New rules in Europe have opened a battleground between big tech and big banks over who will control consumers’ wallets.
    • The Dollar's Decline Has a Flipside for Markets January 16, 2018
      It isn’t a happy new year for dollar bulls, with the currency starting 2018 by falling to a three-year low. The weak dollar has consequences elsewhere for central banks and markets—but isn’t necessarily something to be feared.

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    Startup News

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    • A startup that provides coaching for Facebook and LinkedIn managers shares the 3 skills that every ... January 17, 2018
      We asked them to crunch user data and find the three skills that mid-level managers work on the most with their coaches. Successful managers set goals for their team and communicate them clearly, build a culture of trust, and adopt a "growth mindset." ...
    • 'Connected finance' start-up Curve launches services in Ireland January 17, 2018
      Curve, a fintech start-up whose backers include Santander, Investec and the co-founders of TransferWise and Betfair, has launched its new app in Ireland. The London-based 'connected finance' firm, which was founded in 2015, is behind a new app that simplifies personal finance management by ...
    • What Football Teaches Us About Startup Sales Strategy January 17, 2018
      "Setting a goal is not the main thing," football coaching legend Tom Landry once said. "It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with that plan." Related: NFL MVP Drew Brees's 4 Simple Lessons on Living a Powerful and Effective Life. With the NFL playoffs upon us, it's a good time to ...
    • This CEO's Top 3 Secrets To Scaling His Startup's Work Culture January 17, 2018
      This was a turning point for Shah, one that impacts how he leads his current company, Health IQ, a life insurance startup that finds lower rates for health-conscious people. “Conventional wisdom about scaling is that you have to trade intimacy for efficiency,” Shah recently shared with me on my podcast ...

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    • Natural home products startup Grove Collaborative bets niche wins over the Amazonization of everything January 17, 2018
       Who needs Amazon when you can make your own online distribution channel? At least, that’s the idea behind Grove Collaborative, a natural home care products company that ships natural cleaning brands like Method and Mrs. Meyer’s. Co-founder Stuart Landesberg started the company in 2014 after working with retail brands during his time as an investor at TPG. H […]
    • The Ocean Solutions Accelerator will nurture companies looking to keep our planet blue January 17, 2018
       You can’t swing a cat in the Bay Area without hitting some startup accelerator or another, but it can be hard to find one with a mission. That’s the easy part with the Ocean Solutions Accelerator, a new program that aims to help advance startups in tech and conservation relating to… you guessed it, the big blue. They’re now accepting applications for their […]
    • Sketchfab launches a store to become a stock photo site for 3D models January 17, 2018
       Sketchfab just launched a store so that you can buy and sell 3D models and reuse them in commercial projects. This is a major new feature for Sketchfab, which has become one of the biggest repositories of 3D models on the web. It feels like Sketchfab is becoming a sort of stock photography site, except that it’s all about 3D models. While Sketchfab already […]
    • Arkadium brings its interactive content to the Associated Press January 17, 2018
       The Associated Press is partnering with Arkadium to use InHabit, an interactive content tool launched last year. Arkadium’s goal for InHabit is to automatically add interactive polls, quizzes and games into relevant stories, hopefully making those stories more engaging in the process. The technology was initially designed for sports content, so the AP is st […]

    Startup News: OnStartups
    • Startups Are Winning the Remote Work Game. Here’s the Data That Proves It. October 4, 2017
      Today the State of Remote Work 2017 report revealed that 63% of people in product and engineering roles work remotely at least once per week, which is 21% more than the average. Along with key findings on how remote work is changing the workplace, the report also revealed that startup environments may be a particularly strong match for remote work. Why might […]
    • Secret To SaaS Success: Recognize That You're Not Selling Software March 7, 2017
      I've been working in the software industry for over 25 years. Pretty much my entire professional career (if you don't count that stint as a night clerk at Red Roof Inn).
    • Why This New Chatbot Is More Likely To Get You Promoted Than Fired July 14, 2016
      Confession: For the past several months I've been furiously coding away on a new project as part of HubSpot Labs. It's called GrowthBot. It's a chatbot for marketing and sales people -- and anyone looking to grow a company (like startup folks).
    • Insightful Study of 386 SaaS Startup Pricing Pages March 21, 2016
      Late last year, I combed through the Montclare SaaS 250 — a directory of the biggest SaaS companies in the world — to find common trends in what I thought would be a significant dataset. As it turned out, 80% of the 250 biggest SaaS companies didn’t have a pricing page at all.

    Startup News: The Economist
    • New era, old contradiction: Fears that Xi Jinping is bad for private enterprise are overblown October 25, 2017
      Print section Print Rubric:  Fears that Xi Jinping is bad for private enterprise are overblown Print Headline:  New era, old contradiction Print Fly Title:  Chinese business UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  A tsar is born Fly Title:  New era, old contradiction Main image:  20171028_wbp502.jpg FOR a moment it seeme […]
    • Daily chart: American entrepreneurs have not lost their mojo October 10, 2017
      Main image:  NEARLY a decade after the onset of the Great Recession at the end of 2007, entrepreneurial activity in America still appears hobbled. Data released by the Census Bureau recently show that in 2015 the number of new firms created in America—a standard measure of economic dynamism—was nearly a fifth lower than the annual average between 1998 a […]
    • Gazelles in the heartland: American entrepreneurship is flourishing, if you know where to look September 28, 2017
      Print section Print Rubric:  American entrepreneurship is flourishing, if you know where to look Print Headline:  Gazelles in the heartland Print Fly Title:  Entrepreneurship in America UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  The spotlight shifts from Germany to France Fly Title:  Gazelles in the heartland Location:  NEW […]
    • The next wave: China’s audacious and inventive new generation of entrepreneurs September 21, 2017
      Print section Print Rubric:  A new generation of Chinese entrepreneurs will have a powerful impact on industries and consumers worldwide new messages Print Headline:  The next wave Print Fly Title:  Innovation in China UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  Jeremy Corbyn: Britain’s most likely next prime minister Fly Title:  […]

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    Business News

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    • Update your résumé this year by learning these tech and leadership skills January 16, 2018
      Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. It's a new year, and that means another chance to reinvent yourself (or at least consider the idea). If you've been unhappy at work for a while now, mayb […]
    • Learn the secrets to becoming a full-time freelancer by taking these online classes January 14, 2018
      Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Working from home is seriously the best. Why not do it full-time? Don't get us wrong. It can be hard to kickstart a professional freelancing career. Which is […]
    • Find out how to launch your side hustle by taking this online class January 13, 2018
      Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. If you're looking to make some extra money but can't work any more overtime than you already are, a side hustle could be exactly what you're looking […]
    • Visa finally gets on board with optional credit card signatures January 12, 2018
      As more and more credit card companies announced an end to the need for signatures on credit and debit card receipts, major player Visa kept holding out. Until today. Finally, Visa announced Friday it was making signatures "optional" in North America starting in April. SEE ALSO: This smart credit card has a cellphone antenna inside Visa's move […]

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    Small Business News - Google News
    • Wintry weather puts Baton Rouge small business sales on ice January 17, 2018
      For local small businesses, the wintry mix late Tuesday that turned city streets and highways into slippery sheets of black ice has brought logistical challenges and adjustments to normal operations. As of 9 a.m., several local supermarkets and coffee shops were still closed or were not answering their ...
    • RBS boss to appear in front of MPs amid small business unit scandal January 17, 2018
      1 RBS boss Ross McEwan is to be hauled in front of MPs to face questions over the lender's treatment of small businesses. ... There is also a backbench business debate planned for Thursday in the House of Commons on the treatment of SMEs by GRG, which has been called for by Labour MP Clive ...
    • 12 Ways Cloud Based Machine Learning Can Boost Small Business Productivity January 17, 2018
      Small businesses have been using marketing automation to boost their productivity for some years now. While these tools automated many marketing tasks, they still needed to be configured manually by people. Adding machine learning to the mix adds even greater automation to marketing processes, ...
    • Survey of Hampton Roads small businesses indicates a decent holiday season January 17, 2018
      With the holiday season over and a blizzard cleared, many businesses are still preparing for the year ahead and tallying their holiday season success. The consensus among a few small businesses – it was a good season. Seventeen independent business owners responded to the Retail Alliance's ...

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    • "Haunting": Couple, 13 siblings in captivity case seemed happy, Vegas officiant says - CBS News January 17, 2018
      CBS News"Haunting": Couple, 13 siblings in captivity case seemed happy, Vegas officiant saysCBS NewsPERRIS, Calif. — In one of many surreal details that has emerged as an investigation grows into the 13 malnourished siblings allegedly kept captive in filthy conditions by their parents in a Southern California home, it appears an Elvis impersonator […]
    • Congress Produces Drama While Mueller Produces Results - The Atlantic January 17, 2018
      The AtlanticCongress Produces Drama While Mueller Produces ResultsThe AtlanticSubscribe to The Atlantic's Politics & Policy Daily, a roundup of ideas and events in American politics. On Tuesday, Steve Bannon spent hours behind closed doors with the House Intelligence Committee. It was rough. The former White House chief ...Bannon will do interview w […]
    • Murder suspect stabbed UPenn student Blaze Bernstein multiple times: Prosecutors - ABC News January 17, 2018
      ABC NewsMurder suspect stabbed UPenn student Blaze Bernstein multiple times: ProsecutorsABC NewsA man has been charged with murder for allegedly stabbing to death University of Pennsylvania student Blaze Bernstein, the Orange County District Attorney's office announced today. Blaze Bernstein, 19, was at home in Southern California for winter ...Former c […]