via LA WeeklyBarry MinkowAn ex-con man who two years ago wreaked havoc on the price stock of a Miami-based national builder is going back to prison after pleading guilty to one count of securities fraud.During a hearing yesterday morning, Miami federal Judge Patricia Seitz handed Barry Minkow a f ... More >>
As expected former conman turned pastor turned corporate whistle-blower Barry Minkow has pleaded guilty to commit securities fraud. He was accused of purposefully trying to harm the business of Lennar, a home builder that is one of the largest companies head-quartered in Miami-Dade, by reporting ... More >>
via LA WeeklyBarry MinkowBarry Minkow's life could have been an American archetype: A seemingly successful young entrepreneur goes to prison for in fact running a Ponzi scheme, and then finds Jesus and dedicates his life to helping the feds sniff out other frauds.But like any good crook, Minkow j ... More >>
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