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Car dealership group Lookers has revealed long-awaited 2019 results showing it swung to a £45.5 million annual loss after a £21.8m hit from a cash expenses fraud.
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The Financial Conduct Authority has warned certain former Carillion directors that they may still face action for their 'reckless misleading' of shareholders.
POLICE 'withheld' emails and recordings allegedly hacked from Craig Whyte and once held by former Rangers supremo Dave King sought by a key club takeover figure who is suing over his wrongful arrest in a fraud probe.
The Bank of England has extended its deal with De La Rue (DLAR.L) to print UK banknotes until 2028.
The SFO has today charged Vahid Alaghband with three fraud offences in relation to the activities of Balli Group Plc and Balli Steel Plc, taking the number of those charged in the investigation to five.
People are the strongest link in an organisation – but evidence shows us that occasionally they are also the insider risk. Have COVID-19 working practices changed that?
Travelex owner Finablr today said it has approved a takeover offer from software group Prism Advance Solutions in a deal that will settle the fraud-hit payment firm’s debts.
A pilot has been charged with fraud after allegedly lying about his flight experience and qualifications to get a job with British Airways.
The Post Office has decided not to oppose 44 of the 47 appeals lodged by former subpostmasters who were convicted of false accounting, theft, or fraud in a scandal that exposed severe flaws in its Horizon IT system.
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