One employee said: “Encouragement is constant, gratitude is shown often.” Said another: “Recognition is given when good work is prevalent, and coaching is given when standards are not met.”
Updated: June 16, 2013, - 06:48 AM
Prosecutors got an insider's help to bring down a fraud that was "off the charts in terms of size and scope" and ended with hedge fund manager Fry's conviction last week.
Updated: June 15, 2013, - 09:32 PM
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Updated: June 13, 2013, - 04:59 PM
James Fry, who helped raise millions for Petters Cos. Inc., was the last criminal defendant tied to $3.65 billion Ponzi scheme.
Updated: June 13, 2013, - 09:47 AM
Twin Cities hedge fund manager James Fry was found guilty on federal charges Wednesday that he misled investors when he sent their funds to Tom Petters.
Updated: June 12, 2013, - 06:52 PM
James Fry, the local hedge-fund manager who helped raise millions for Petters Cos. Inc., faces 12 counts of fraud in...
Updated: June 11, 2013, - 09:56 PM
Prosecution said hedge fund manager James Fry lied to investors, pocketed millions. Defense said he didn’t know about Ponzi scheme.
Updated: June 10, 2013, - 09:13 PM
Deanna Coleman, Petters’ No. 2 executive, testified that Frank Vennes knew of the Ponzi scheme.
Updated: June 06, 2013, - 09:28 PM
Frank Vennes, testifying in court for the first time in a Petters-related case, said he thought the deals were legitimate.
Updated: June 05, 2013, - 09:06 PM