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The receiver for Beta Asset Management demands $2 million from Thomas Bandyk and Bandyk & Associates, claiming they got the money from Beta's $49 million Ponzi scheme, in Chicago Federal Court.

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission accuses Forex Liquidity LLC of securities violations, in Santa Ana, Calif., Federal Court.

Two subsidiaries of Akzo Nobel paid $279,491 in bribes to Iraqi officials to sell the country humanitarian goods under the U.N. Oil For Food Program, the SEC claims in DC Federal Court.

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