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Lagos Journal: Monopoly Tournament in Nigeria Mirrors Chaos of the Real-Life Property Market

Lagos Journal: Monopoly Tournament in Nigeria Mirrors Chaos of the Real-Life Property Market

Ibrahim Mubarak, second from right, arguing during the final minutes of the Lagos Under-17 Monopoly Championship last month in Nigeria.
Lagos Journal: Monopoly Tournament in Nigeria Mirrors Chaos of the Real-Life Property Market

Lagos Journal: Monopoly Tournament in Nigeria Mirrors Chaos of the Real-Life Property Market

Ibrahim Mubarak, second from right, arguing during the final minutes of the Lagos Under-17 Monopoly Championship last month in Nigeria.
Donald Trump’s Call to Monitor Polls Raises Fears of Intimidation

Donald Trump’s Call to Monitor Polls Raises Fears of Intimidation

A technician worked to prepare voting machines in Philadelphia on Friday for next month’s presidential election.
Family Behind Korean Conglomerate Lotte Is Indicted in Corruption Case

Family Behind Korean Conglomerate Lotte Is Indicted in Corruption Case

Shin Dong-bin, chairman of the Lotte Group, was charged with tax evasion and other crimes.
‘Lions Hunting Zebras’: Ex-Wells Fargo Bankers Describe Abuses

‘Lions Hunting Zebras’: Ex-Wells Fargo Bankers Describe Abuses

Kevin Pham at a Wells Fargo branch in Daly City, Calif. Mr. Pham said he saw fellow Wells Fargo employees targeting customers for sham accounts at the San Jose, Calif., branch where he used to work.
Voices From Wells Fargo: ‘I Thought I Was Having a Heart Attack’

Voices From Wells Fargo: ‘I Thought I Was Having a Heart Attack’

Former sales representatives at Wells Fargo described relentless pressure, being shamed and being fired.
Voices From Wells Fargo: ‘I Thought I Was Having a Heart Attack’

Voices From Wells Fargo: ‘I Thought I Was Having a Heart Attack’

Former sales representatives at Wells Fargo described relentless pressure, being shamed and being fired.
‘Lions Hunting Zebras’: Ex-Wells Fargo Bankers Describe Abuses

‘Lions Hunting Zebras’: Ex-Wells Fargo Bankers Describe Abuses

Kevin Pham at a Wells Fargo branch in Daly City, Calif. Mr. Pham said he saw fellow Wells Fargo employees targeting customers for sham accounts at the San Jose, Calif., branch where he used to work.
American Pleads Guilty in FIFA Case for His Role in Bribes Worth Millions

American Pleads Guilty in FIFA Case for His Role in Bribes Worth Millions

Aaron Davidson, center, before pleading guilty to racketeering conspiracy and wire-fraud conspiracy charges in federal court in Brooklyn.
In a Promise to Lift a Curse, a Scheme to Steal Chinese Immigrants’ Savings

In a Promise to Lift a Curse, a Scheme to Steal Chinese Immigrants’ Savings

Tim Law held an informal workshop for local residents at the Chinese-American Social Services Center in Brooklyn to talk with them about the scheme.
Fair Game: A Whistle Was Blown on ITT; 17 Years Later, It Collapsed

Fair Game: A Whistle Was Blown on ITT; 17 Years Later, It Collapsed

Dan Graves, a former employee of ITT Educational Services who filed suit against the company in 1999, says regulatory failures allowed ITT to stay in business far longer than it otherwise might have.
Fair Game: A Whistle Was Blown on ITT; 17 Years Later, It Collapsed

Fair Game: A Whistle Was Blown on ITT; 17 Years Later, It Collapsed

Dan Graves, a former employee of ITT Educational Services who filed suit against the company in 1999, says regulatory failures allowed ITT to stay in business far longer than it otherwise might have.
Relief at Last for U.S. Owners of Diesel Volkswagens

Relief at Last for U.S. Owners of Diesel Volkswagens

Volkswagen cars at a dealership in Raynham, Mass. Dealers will buy back cars affected in the emissions-cheating scandal at full market value plus up to $10,000 in compensation.
The 2016 Race: Fraud Claims in Philadelphia? They Add Up to Zero

The 2016 Race: Fraud Claims in Philadelphia? They Add Up to Zero

Voting on Election Day 2012, at a polling site in an elementary school in Northeast Philadelphia, where a mural of President Obama prompted complaints by Republican officials and had to be temporarily

U.S. Indicts Dozens in $300 Million Indian Call Center Scheme

Prosecutors said the operators of the scheme bilked thousands of Americans by posing as authority figures demanding payments for bogus debts.

U.S. Indicts Dozens in $300 Million Indian Call Center Scheme

Prosecutors said the operators of the scheme bilked thousands of Americans by posing as authority figures demanding payments for bogus debts.
A Presidential Friendship Has Many South Koreans Crying Foul

A Presidential Friendship Has Many South Koreans Crying Foul

President Park Geun-hye of South Korea bowed after issuing a statement of apology in Seoul on Tuesday.

Lessons From Europe on Using Contactless Cards

As banks prepare to roll out this technology, the experience on the other side of the Atlantic shows how to avoid fraudulent activity on these new types of credit and debit cards.

Lessons From Europe on Using Contactless Cards

As banks prepare to roll out this technology, the experience on the other side of the Atlantic shows how to avoid fraudulent activity on these new types of credit and debit cards.
Unreleased Report Raises Questions About AIBA, Boxing’s Governing Body

Unreleased Report Raises Questions About AIBA, Boxing’s Governing Body

An Olympic bout in August between Fazliddin Gaibnazarov of Uzbekistan, in red, and Lorenzo Sotomayor Collazo of Azerbaijan.