MTA CEO Remains Confident in the Legality of New York’s Congestion Pricing Plan Amidst New Jersey Lawsuit

NEW YORK (AP) – The CEO of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) remains confident in the legality and feasibility of New York’s congestion pricing plan, despite a recent lawsuit filed by neighboring New Jersey that could potentially halt the program. Janno Lieber, MTA CEO, expressed his conviction during an interview on CBS’s “The Point with Marcia Cramer” on Sunday, stating that all aspects of the plan have been carefully implemented and are compliant with the law. The congestion pricing plan, proposed by New York officials, aims to toll drivers traveling below 60th Street in Manhattan … Read more

Radiology Group and CEO Settle Federal Lawsuit for $2.7 Million in Questionable Billing Practices

The Radiology Group, a medical imaging company based in Atlanta, Georgia, and its CEO, Dr. Anand Lalaji, have been ordered to pay a total of $3.1 million in a settlement with the federal government and several states. The company has been accused of defrauding federal health care programs by billing for services that did not meet federal standards. The settlement includes a payment of $2.7 million to the federal government and around $400,000 to the states involved in the case. The allegations against The Radiology Group were initially brought to light by two whistleblowers. It … Read more

NRA and Former CEO Wayne LaPierre Held Accountable in Landmark Corruption Case

NEW YORK (AP) — After a lengthy civil corruption trial, a jury in New York City found the National Rifle Association (NRA) and its former CEO Wayne LaPierre liable for wrongdoing. The verdict was reached on Friday, marking a significant blow to the influential organization and its leader. The trial delved into allegations of financial misconduct within the NRA, a powerful pro-gun lobbying group. LaPierre, who had led the organization for nearly three decades, faced accusations of using the NRA’s funds for personal expenses, including luxury travels, suits, and other lavish purchases. The verdict holds … Read more

Investors File Lawsuit Against New Mexico Fresh Foods CEO for Mismanagement and Major Losses

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A lawsuit has been filed against New Mexico Fresh Foods by a group of prominent figures from Santa Fe, including Gail “Peaches” Gilbert, Ed Berman, Ellen Vladem, and Robert Vladem. This lawsuit alleges that investors contributed almost $4 million to the company but ended up losing it all due to the actions and omissions of the defendants. The plaintiffs claim that Kelly Egolf, the CEO of New Mexico Fresh Foods and the wife of former New Mexico House Speaker Brian Egolf, “consistently grossly mismanaged NMFF.” Furthermore, the lawsuit states that Kelly Egolf … Read more