Dana Giacchetto, a former celebrity money manager who was jailed a decade ago for defrauding clients, was arrested again and charged with stealing more than $10,000 through fraudulent credit card purchases.
Fisker Automotive Holdings Inc. won court approval to sell its assets to China’s Wanxiang Group Corp. for an offer valued at $149.2 million, almost six times what the hybrid-car maker sought when it filed for bankruptcy.
At the “Wolf of Wall Street” premiere last night, the stars on the red carpet were hotter than the investment tips. Considering the movie tells the story of a convicted stock swindler, that was a good thing.
Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street,” which uses the f-word more than any feature film ever made, was cut by a quarter in the Dubai and other Gulf nation versions for multiple scenes depicting drug use and sex.