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'Pharma Bro' moves to New Jersey _ for federal prison stay
The pharmaceutical-industry entrepreneur vilified for jacking up the price of a lifesaving drug has been placed in a low-security federal prison in New Jersey
Sobbing 'Pharma Bro' Shkreli begs for court mercy
Martin Shkreli broke down at his sentencing today, sobbing as he begged a New York court for "your honor's mercy."
Judge orders Martin Shkreli to forfeit $7.4 million
Martin Shkreli must forfeit nearly $7.4 million, a federal judge in Brooklyn ruled Monday, a move that could force the ex-pharmaceutical executive to give up a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album. Shkreli is scheduled to be sentenced March 9 for defrauding investors in two hedge funds he ran. The
'Pharma-bro' Martin Shkreli should forfeit Wu Tang Clan album: Federal prosecutors
Martin Shkreli , the former pharmaceutical executive known as “pharma-bro,” returns to Brooklyn federal court Friday where prosecutors will argue he should forfeit his Wu Tang Clan album “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.” Shkreli bought the rare album at auction for nearly $2 million. Federal
Feds want 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli's Wu-Tang Clan album
Convicted former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli should forfeit his copy of Wu-Tang Clan's “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin,” rumored to be the album’s only copy, as part of $7.4 million in assets federal prosecutors in Brooklyn are attempting to seize, according to a court filing. The
'Pharma bro' issues apology letter for alleged threat against Hillary Clinton
Convicted ex-pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli said today his appeal to his social media followers to “grab” Hillary Clinton’s hair was an “awkward attempt at humor or satire” and was not the threat federal prosecutors allege. Shkreli conceded he used “poor judgment” when he offered $5,000 to
Prosecutors want Martin Shkreli's bail revoked over Hillary Clinton posting
The former pharmaceutical CEO allegedly threatened Hillary Clinton in a Facebook post.
'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli 'delighted' by verdict in securities fraud trial
A jury has found "Phama Bro" Martin Shkreli , the former pharmaceutical CEO notorious for drastically increasing the price of a life-saving drug, guilty on three of eight counts in an unrelated federal securities fraud trial. Shkreli, 34, was accused of funneling money from MSMB Capital and MSMB
Martin Shkreli's fate in hands of the jury
The former drug executive, 34, is still speaking his mind on social media as he awaits a verdict in his federal securities fraud trial that could land him up to 20 years in prison.
Chris Connelly interviews Andie MacDowell for 'The Callback'
I'm Chris Connelly and you were watching the call back as the series of longer form interviews were doing with people with whom I've had some sort of professional history over the three and a half decades that I've been talking to people in the entertainment industry. Today's it is with Andy