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Two former Tesco directors have been acquitted of charges of fraud and false accounting after the judge dismissed their case due to lack of evidence.
A specialist horse researcher has been jailed for 4-and-a-half years after she defrauded a series of organisations to clear her debts.
Autonomy’s former chief executive has been charged with fraud in the US in relation to the 2011 sale to Hewlett-Packard.
A businessman accused of fraud over a government green energy scheme says he will give away his entire £10m fortune if anyone proves he did anything wrong.
Reflections and future predictions on the cake business fraud scandal
Financial Reporting Council will investigate audit work conducted by Grant Thornton into café chains accounts
In front of the House of Lords committee on the Bribery Act 2010, Leveson strongly promoted the importance of “failure to prevent” style offences in shifting the onus onto the corporate to prove they had adequate procedures in place.
The former boss of the Stobart Group has denied improperly taking £5m of "so-called expenses" amid court claims he had his "own interests at heart".
The boss of a Bury based personal claims management company, who lived an “extravagant lifestyle”, has been jailed for 21 months after being convicted of fraud.
The chairman of the struggling cake chain has hired a former senior prosecutor at the UK’s Serious Fraud Office as his lawyer as the company faces probe into ‘potentially fraudulent’ accounting irregularities.
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