She seemed like an upstanding citizen: Trusted banker. Loyal friend. Coordinator of an American Cancer Society charity event. President of a merchant group in Montclair, a tony section of Oakland, Calif. But authorities alleged that Linda Sue Foss bilked at least seven mostly elderly clients out of nearly $1.4... Read More »
By Vivian Giang
Premium job site TheLadders is being sued in a New York federal court on allegations that the company promises users access to exclusive high-paying jobs that don't actually exist.
Law firm Bursor & Fisher filed the proposed consumer protection class action suit on Monday on behalf of... Read More »
By AOL Autos
Michael Scarpaci, a reputed Gambino associate who is about to begin a 25-month sentence after being convicted of a $20 million securities scam, has reinvented himself as quite the successful car salesman. And he's hoping that his newfound skill will help to keep him out of prison, according to... Read More »
By Seth Fiegerman
NEW YORK -- There's only so much time you have in a given week to search for jobs, so don't waste it responding to bad job postings.
"You really shouldn't spend much time applying to job ads anyway," says Robert Hellmann, a career coach with The Five O'Clock Club, who urges job hunters... Read More »
An elderly Iowa woman was apparently saved from losing $1,100 after an observant grocery store clerk thought the senior citizen might be the victim of a scam.
The clerk, Paul Johnson, was working the customer service counter at a Hy-Vee supermarket in Davenport, Iowa, on Wednesday when the 87-year-old... Read More »
When Victoria Jones ended her 16-month relationship with Daniel Barberini, she took a particularly vicious, and elaborate, form of revenge, grabbing 82 photos of a friend's newborn girl from Facebook, and telling Barberini that he was the proud father. Two years later, the gig is up. Jones may not have broken... Read More »