Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, the alleged head of the Sinaloa drug cartel, once referred to Chicago as his “home port,” a hub of a narcotics empire he built by filling a power vacuum left by the imprisonment of the city’s gang leaders.
Edward Snowden, whose disclosure of U.S. electronic surveillance operations led to his being charged with espionage, faces the same question confronting earlier fugitives from American justice: where to run?
Bank of New York Mellon Corp. is defending itself at trial against allegations it knew cash management firm Sentinel Management Group Inc. was using investors’ assets as collateral for a $312 million credit line.
Bank of New York Mellon Corp. yesterday won a U.S. Appeals Court ruling affirming its entitlement to a $312 million lien on the holdings of the bankrupt suburban Chicago cash management firm Sentinel Management Group Inc.
Massey Energy Co. ’s management believed U.S. government officials, including President Barack Obama, conspired to destroy the coal producer, according to unsealed court records in a case related to a fatal mine accident.
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. sued JPMorgan Chase & Co. to recover tens of billions of dollars in “lost value,” accusing the bank of precipitating its downfall and preventing it from winding down in an orderly fashion.
Bank of New York Mellon Corp.’s victory in a lawsuit challenging its $312 million lien on the assets of bankrupt Sentinel Management Group Inc. was canceled without explanation by a U.S. appeals court.