Whistleblower News: Founder Of Electric Truck Maker Is Convicted Of Fraud, Atlanta Fed President Bostic Violated Trading Rules, Credit Suisse Pays $495M To Settle Legacy U.S. Case

Founder of Electric Truck Maker Is Convicted of Fraud


A federal jury on Friday found Trevor Milton guilty of defrauding investors by lying about the supposed technical achievements of Nikola, the electric truck maker he founded. read more »

Atlanta Fed president Bostic violated trading rules


The Federal Reserve's inspector general has been asked to investigate a series of transactions by Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic that violated the central bank's policies meant to keep top officials from benefiting from inside informationread more »

Credit Suisse pays $495 mln to settle legacy U.S. case


Credit Suisse (CSGN.S) has agreed to pay $495 million to settle a case related to mortgage-linked investments in the United States, the latest pay-out related to past blunders that have battered the Swiss bank's reputation. read more »