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Sounds Too Good to Be True? It Probably Is

Too often, money clouds our judgment. Full story

What Businesses Can Learn From the Case of Ryan Braun

To err is human, to lie about those errors -- a much more grievous offense. Full story

Conn. bank settles Madoff lawsuits, wins verdict

A Connecticut bank has agreed to pay more than $7 million to investors who lost millions of dollars in Bernard Madoff's massive Ponzi scheme, while winning a jury verdict involving two investors. Full story

SEC bans three ex-Madoff employees from securities industry

(Reuters) - The Securities and Exchange Commission has barred three former employees of Bernard Madoff's now defunct brokerage and investment advisory firm from the securities industry for assisting the convicted Ponzi schemer with his multi-billion dollar scam, according to orders from the agency. Full story

Madoff trustee cannot sue big banks, U.S. court rules

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The trustee seeking money for Bernard Madoff's victims suffered a big defeat as a federal appeals court rejected his bid to recover nearly $30 billion from JPMorgan Chase & Co. and other banks he accused of aiding in the swindler's fraud. Full story

Madoff trustee loses appeal over bank claims

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The trustee seeking money for victims of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme suffered a big defeat on Thursday as a federal appeals court said he could not pursue billions of dollars of claims against banks accused of aiding in the fraud. Full story

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Madoff's UK unit was "warehouse for stolen money": liquidators' representative

Exclusive: Regulator to fault JPMorgan over Madoff accounts

Victims of Madoff fraud can't sue SEC: appeals court

Prosecutors examining JPMorgan's actions in Madoff fraud case: NYT

Judge orders fake fund manager Hicks to prison for 40 months

Madoff indirect investors lose U.S. court appeal

Lautenberg charity, others lose bid to revive Madoff claims

Madoff trustee seeks to boost payout to over $5 billion

Video

  Madoff Case to Hit the Silver Screen

Victor Kubicek, and Derek Anderson co-directors, "In God We Trust", discuss their documentary on Bernie Madoff, which is set to debut at the Tribeca Film Festival.

  Bashir: Atlanta school scandal is proof that cheating doesn’t pay

Martin Bashir explains that the scandal surrounding the Atlanta public schools – like those of Lance Armstrong and Bernie Madoff – show that the losers eventually pay the consequences for their fraud.

  What Did JPMorgan Know?

JPMorgan has found itself in the crosshairs of the Bernie Madoff scandal. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the bank has been under suspicion in the Madoff case almost from the beginning.

  Prosecutors Probe JPM's Madoff Dealings: Sources

The U.S. Attorney's office in Manhattan is looking into JPMorgan's dealings with Bernie Madoff, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.

  Madoff's Emails From Jail

CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the emails Bernie Madoff has written from jail, including his feeling that he should have pleaded not guilty. As remorseful as he is, Madoff says, he is comforted by the fact that he helped his customers recover their origi...

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Bernard Madoff, James "Whitey" Bulger and Anthony Marshall
Bernard Madoff, James "Whitey" Bulger and Anthony Marshall

Bernard Madoff, James "Whitey" Bulger and Anthony Marshall

File photo of accused swindler Madoff exiting the Manhattan federal court house in New York
File photo of accused swindler Madoff exiting the Manhattan federal court house in New York

Accused swindler Bernard Madoff exits the Manhattan federal court house in New York in this January 14, 2009, file photo. The trustee seeking money for Bernard Madoff's victims suffered a big defeat as a federal appeals court rejected his bid to recover nearly $30 billion from JPMorgan Chase & Co an

Irving Picard. the bankruptcy trustee in the Bernard Madoff case, speaks to the press outside the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York
Irving Picard. the bankruptcy trustee in the Bernard Madoff case, speaks to the press outside the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York

Irving Picard. the bankruptcy trustee in the Bernard Madoff case, speaks to the press outside the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York February 2, 2010. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid