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Found 6 results

  1. "Inside the Exceptionally Shady World of Truffle Fraud" by Ryan Jacobs on eater.com I would love to hear Roberto Donna or Fabio Trabocchi chime in about this.
  2. This is shocking, and makes me wonder if I have any wines on hold with them. Man, this is *every bit* as shocking as what happened with Carolina Wine Company. "Berkeley's Premier Cru Wine Schemer Pleads Guilty to Wine Fraud" by Malaika Fraley and Matthias Gaffni on eastbaytimes.com "Premier Cru Boss Cops Plea in Wine Fraud Case" by W. Blake Gray on wine-searcher.com Apr 3, 2016 - "Claims of a Ponzi Scheme in the Collapse of a Rare-Wine Seller" by Robert Frank on nytimes.com
  3. This is egregious - it not only defrauds the buyers of the cars (who were trying to be "environmentally conscious"), but has also harmed the entire electric auto industry. It's amazing that companies think they can get away with this in the long-term. "VW Cheated on U.S. Pollution Tests for 'Clean Diesels'" by Jerry Hirsch on latimes.com
  4. True justice would have these two bums in stocks on the courthouse lawn, with their crime described on a large sign, and a box of charged up cattle prods available to anyone who happened to be walking by.
  5. This story by Christina Ng on ABC News says it all. The author should do prison time for this.
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