Corinne Ramey, Wall Street Journal

Corinne Ramey

Wall Street Journal

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Wall Street Journal
Past:
  • Financial News
  • Cashay
  • Fox Business

Recent articles by Corinne:

Trump Defamation Suit by Former ‘Apprentice’ Contestant Is Dropped

Summer Zervos sued the former president for saying claims of unwanted touching and kissing were a hoax. → Read More

McKinsey Partner Charged With Securities Fraud Over Goldman Sachs Deal

Puneet Dikshit is accused of trading insider information related to the Wall Street bank’s purchase of lender GreenSky. → Read More

Ivy League Schools Report Bomb Threats

Cornell, Columbia, Brown Universities said they received bomb threats Sunday; no damage or explosions were reported. → Read More

Appeals Court Reinstates Convictions of Platinum Partners Executives

Hedge fund founder Mark Nordlicht and co-chief investment officer David Levy were convicted in 2019 of securities fraud and other charges. → Read More

Trump Organization Faces Another New York Criminal Probe After Indictment

The Westchester County district attorney is examining whether the former president’s company made misrepresentations to local officials about the valuation of the private Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. → Read More

Donald Trump Deposed in Lawsuit Over Alleged Attacks on Protesters

The questioning marked the first known time the former president has been questioned under oath for a lawsuit since he left the White House. → Read More

New Manhattan U.S. Attorney Names Top Deputies

Damian Williams tapped New York City investigations chief Margaret Garnett as his deputy and white-collar defense attorney Daniel Gitner as chief of criminal prosecutions. → Read More

Damian Williams, First Black Manhattan U.S. Attorney, Takes Over After Turbulent Period

The 41-year-old prosecutor who is poised to be the first Black U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York is steeped in accounting and securities fraud cases and known for his ability to connect with people. → Read More

Former NBA Players Charged in $4 Million Health-Insurance Fraud

Shooting guard Terrence Williams was the alleged ringleader among 18 former players who submitted false invoices for medical expenses to the league’s healthcare fund, prosecutors said. → Read More

Trump Organization Must Comply With New York State Subpoenas, Judge Rules

The ruling indicates that the state attorney general’s 2½-year civil-fraud investigation into the former president’s business affairs is still active. → Read More

Donald Trump Sues Mary Trump and New York Times Over 2018 Article

The former president’s lawsuit accuses the newspaper and its reporters of plotting with Mary Trump to expose confidential tax information. → Read More

Trump Ally Ken Kurson Charged With Cybercrimes in New York

Then-President Donald Trump pardoned the former New York Observer editor on related federal charges in January. → Read More

Nikola Founder Trevor Milton Charged With Securities Fraud

Federal prosecutors allege Mr. Milton took part in a scheme to defraud investors by getting them to purchase shares of Nikola by making false statements about the company’s product and technology development. → Read More

Rudy Giuliani’s Seized Materials to Be Reviewed by Former Judge

Barbara S. Jones, who was a federal judge in Manhattan for 16 years, will examine materials seized in a criminal investigation into the former New York City mayor’s dealings with Ukrainian officials. → Read More

Trump Case: New York Prosecutor Known for Aggressive Pursuit of Evidence

Gary Fishman is one of the two assistant attorneys general working with the Manhattan district attorney’s office on the Trump investigation as part of an unusual collaboration with the New York attorney general’s office. → Read More

Steve Bannon’s Indictment Dismissed After Fight With Prosecutors Over Trump Pardon’s Reach

A federal judge dismissed an indictment against former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, declining an unusual request by prosecutors to keep the fraud charges in place despite a presidential pardon. → Read More

Prosecutors Seek Cooperation of Trump Confidant, Subpoena Manhattan Private School

New York prosecutors have subpoenaed a Manhattan private school as they seek the cooperation of the Trump Organization’s chief financial officer in their investigation of former President Donald Trump and his company. → Read More

Manhattan District Attorney Ends Prostitution Prosecutions

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said his office would stop criminally prosecuting prostitution cases under a new policy because such prosecutions serve to marginalize vulnerable New Yorkers. → Read More

Trump Organization Executive’s Former In-Law Hands Over Documents in Probe

A Trump Organization executive’s former daughter-in-law turned over financial documents Thursday that Manhattan prosecutors had subpoenaed for their investigation into former President Trump and his company. → Read More

Summer Zervos Lawsuit Against Donald Trump Can Move Forward

New York’s highest court dismissed the former president’s challenge to the onetime “Apprentice” contestant’s defamation claims. → Read More