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The former chairman of Oldham Athletic football club Chris Moore has pleaded guilty to fraud offences at a software firm that went bust in 2007.
Jim McCormick, 56, of Hambridge near Langport, allegedly used technology found in a £13 novelty golf ball finder to create devices priced at up to £27,000.
A second hand car dealer who sold unsafe cars has been jailed for 16 months for a "calculated and heartless fraud" which made him £73,000.
A man dressed as the caped crusader Batman has handed over a wanted man at a Bradford police station before disappearing into the night. The man was charged with handling stolen goods and fraud offences.
A former company secretary who swindled more than £300,000 and went to great lengths to "copy" the upmarket lifestyle of her employers has been jailed for four years.
Baker and Bond Ltd and Baker and Bond (UK) Ltd, two companies that offered debt collection services, were ordered into liquidation in the High Court on 29 January 2013 on grounds of public interest.
A fraudster who fooled checkout staff into selling him televisions at slashed prices has been jailed for nine months.
A Bath property developer, his mother and two other men have all been acquitted after the collapse of a seven-week fraud trial.
Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc, Europe’s largest maker of commercial aircraft engines, said it will further tighten controls over sales agents as U.K. regulators review alleged wrongdoing in Asian deals.
Three men have been convicted of an £800,000 fraud of more than 40 auction houses after a local auctioneer raised the alarm.
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