- Prosecutors want lakefront homes from 5Linx defendantsFederal prosecutors have filed complaints to seize two Canandaigua lakefront properties worth roughly $1 million each that are linked to the co-founders of a multilevel marketing company who were arrested Thursday for allegedly defrauding the company of at least $4 million.
- 5Linx co-founders accused of fraud
The three co-founders of 5Linx Enterprises Inc., one of the fastest-growing companies in the Rochester area, are facing federal fraud charges accusing them of cheating investors out of $4 million.
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- Postal worker charged with phone theft
A former mail handler charged with stealing cell phones from the Jefferson Road U.S. Post Office was allegedly a selective thief.
- Cleaning service owner pleads guilty to sales tax fraud
The owner of a Rochester-area commercial cleaning service has pled guilty to sales tax fraud, state Department of Taxation and Finance officials said Tuesday.
- Jan. bankruptcy filings down from 2016
Area bankruptcy filings fell last month, showing a 19.3 percent drop from 109 in January 2016 to 88 in the first month of this year.
- Lawsuit targets Spectrum-Time Warner internet speeds
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Wednesday announced a lawsuit accusing Spectrum-Time Warner Cable of fraud over the company’s internet services’ claimed download speeds.
- RIT faces suit over book of film critic's essays
Rochester Institute of Technology’s scholarly publishing arm has landed the university in a copyright kerfuffle over rights to film and drama critic Stanley Kauffmann’s essays.
- New contender in battle over Bruegger’s bagels
- Lawsuit claims discriminaton,
- CitiGroup Global Markets agrees to return $22.5M to clients
CitiGroup Global Markets Inc. has agreed to return $22.5 million to compensate clients for fee overcharges, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Thursday.
- Law firms steeling themselves for new questions
- Dec. bankruptcy filings rise
Bankruptcy petitions filed in the Western District of New York’s Rochester division Bankruptcy Court last month represented a 28.8 percent increase over December 2015.
- Urban League gets funding for new project
Urban League of Rochester, N.Y., Inc. has received a $520,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to provide career readiness training for at-risk and court-involved high school students interested in careers in public safety and law.
- Arbitrator orders union to drop complaint against Ajay Glass
- Criminal complaint accuses Nojay of misappropriating funds
A criminal complaint unsealed Monday accuses former state Assemblyman William Nojay of misappropriating some $800,000. Nojay took his own life in September.
- Paychex marks ‘Season of Small Business’
- Law degree travels far for three accomplished men
- What staying of overtime rules means for businesses
- Henrietta firm agrees to pay penalties
York Furniture Centers Inc. has agreed to pay $10,000 in penalties for false advertising as part of a settlement with state attorney general’s office.