Bernie Madoff's fraudulent investment operation not only ruined thousands of investors' financial futures, it remains fascinating to the public. And now his misdeeds are featured in a permanent exhibit at the National Museum of Crime & Punishment.
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Russian oligarchs foot much of the bill for 2014 Olympics in Sochi as price of doing business
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A look at how the struggling French economy compares to Germany's and Britain's
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Supreme Court reinforces FCC authority in disputes over cell tower placements
Apple uses companies outside US to avoid paying billions in US taxes, Senate inquiry finds
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Actavis buying Warner Chilcott in all-stock transaction valued at about $8.5 billion
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