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January 9, 2001 | ANA BEATRIZ CHOLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More than 100 businesses have been targeted in a sweep of alleged telemarketing scams in Southern California, authorities said Monday. One person has been arrested and five indictments issued since October, they said. As part of the multi-agency task force operation, warnings have been issued to 74 companies, most of them in Southern California, putting them on notice that they might be violating state securities law.
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January 9, 2001 | ANA BEATRIZ CHOLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More than 100 businesses have been targeted in a sweep of alleged telemarketing scams in Southern California, authorities said Monday. One person has been arrested and five indictments issued since October, they said. As part of the multi-agency task force operation, warnings have been issued to 74 companies, most of them in Southern California, putting them on notice that they might be violating state securities law.
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March 25, 2005 | Sallie Hofmeister, Times Staff Writer
Potentially clearing the way for the sale of its cable systems, Adelphia Communications Corp. has offered to pay the federal government $725 million to resolve criminal and civil fraud actions against the company and its founder, a regulatory filing disclosed Thursday. The settlement, if accepted by federal officials, would represent one of the largest in corporate history, just shy of the $750 million paid in 2003 by WorldCom Inc, now called MCI Inc., whose former chief executive, Bernard J.
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