A doctor who treats a degenerative eye disease in seniors was paid $21 million by Medicare in 2012, twice the amount received by the next ophthalmologist on a list of 880,000 medical providers released by the government.
If you are a teenager looking for a job in the past decade, the Provo-Orem, Utah, area was the place to be. Among America’s 100 largest metro areas, it alone had a greater share of teens working in 2012 than in 2000, a new Brookings Institution analysis finds.
Robert Faiella, charged this week with running an underground Bitcoin exchange tied to the Silk Road online bazaar, was released on bond and his case sent to New York, where U.S. authorities are probing individuals who use the virtual currency to commit crimes.
Florida Gulf Coast University, whose men’s basketball team became the first 15th seed to make the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament’s regional semifinals, is shopping $30 million of debt to finance student housing.
A Florida psychiatrist never spent any of the millions of dollars that prosecutors claim she hid from the Internal Revenue Service, her attorney told jurors at the start of her tax trial in federal court in Fort Myers.