Elizabeth Holmes trial: Holmes hired her brother, who hired his college pals
Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' brother Christian, whom she brought in as a senior manager at her blood-testing startup, in turn hired a crew of his college friends, one of those friends testified Friday at Holmes' criminal fraud trial.
Cambridge college to return statue looted by British colonialists
A Cambridge college is to return an antique statue to Nigeria, over 120 years after it was looted by British colonial forces.
Cambridge college to be first in UK to return looted Benin bronze
A Cambridge college is to become the first British institution to return one of the Benin bronzes to Nigeria later this month in what has been described as "a historic moment".
Elizabeth Holmes trial: Theranos put patients in 'immediate jeopardy,' regulator warned
Elizabeth Holmes' blood-testing company Theranos put patients in "immediate jeopardy" and failed to resolve regulators' concerns over its laboratory practices and staff training, according to a government report filed Wednesday in connection with her criminal fraud trial.
Home confinement recommended for NH man in US Capitol siege
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Federal prosecutors are recommending that a New Hampshire man who was arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 siege at the U.S. Capitol be sentenced to a month of home confinement and 60 hours of community service.
'Our imagination was violated': France to return African art
French President Emmanuel Macron said Friday that his country will return 26 African artworks - royal thrones, ceremonial altars, revered statues - to Benin later this month, part of France s long-promised plans to give back artwork taken from Africa during the colonial era.
One of the Biggest Food Festivals of the Year Returns to LA This Weekend
This coming Sunday, Family Style returns to the CBS Television City in Fairfax District, with headliners Russ and Daughters, El Ruso, Felix, Jon and Vinny's Truth BBQ, Wild Air, and Hotville Chicken leading a very strong lineup of LA and New York City restaurants.
Santa Clara County District Attorney urges small biz to watch their finances after Rangoon Ruby HR director charged with embezzlement - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Amid mounting financial woes, closures and workforce shortages, many restaurants are still under major strain as the Covid-19 pandemic continues - and losses due to theft and embezzlement can make problems even worse.
North Andover woman sentenced for performing illegal silicone injections
BOSTON (AP) - A Massachusetts woman who was paid by customers for illegal face and buttock injections using potentially deadly silicone oil has been sentenced to two years in prison, according to federal prosecutors.
GTA tenant who turned a dozen luxury homes into rooming houses faces more charges | CBC News
A Markham, Ont. man who previously rented a dozen luxury homes and turned them into illegal rooming houses is now facing more fraud-related charges connected to new property rentals.