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2 infamous organized crime rackets from history

Rackets are businesses or organizations that engage in illegal activities like sex trafficking, drug trafficking, prostitution, illegal weapons sales and counterfeiting. These criminal organizations -- which are sometimes referred to as "mobs," "the mafia" or "organized crime groups" -- seek to make large profits quickly via criminal activities.

What is computer embezzlement?

As mentioned in the previous articles, embezzlement is one of the most common types of white collar crime. Embezzlement could be as simple as a cashier shortchanging customers here and there in the hope that no one catches on.

How embezzlement charges happen

When embezzlement occurs, an employee -- or individual in a position of trust -- steals property or money from the party that was trusting him or her. As embezzlement involves theft, it is considered to be a form of larceny.

A collaborative divorce is the answer to reducing stress

Collaborative divorces are like they sound. They are divorces where two people collaborate to come up with a fair solution to their custody arrangements and financial concerns. Collaborative divorces are, on the whole, a peaceful way to end a marriage and can be a great foundation for working together in the future if you have children.

Thinking about marriage? Don’t forget the prenup

When you got married the first time, creating a prenuptial agreement was the furthest thing from your mind. You and your wife were fresh out of college and a marital agreement seemed pointless. When you divorced many years later, you could not help but wonder if a prenup would have made a difference in the outcome.

Alleged insider trader accused because of a Google search

When you receive insider information about a company -- such as from an employee who works at the company -- and you make profitable transactions based on the insider information, you could be violating Securities and Exchange Commission laws. Specifically, you could be committing an insider trading violation.

Shell companies: Money laundering, tax evasion and fraud

A legitimate business can sometimes appear like a criminal operation to the federal government. For example, shell companies may be legitimate, but they also might be money laundering operations. The federal government may, therefore, pay scrutiny to the operations of a shell company for signs of illegal conduct.

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