Bernie tells colorful stories about his friends at the SEC.
Frauster was practically in awe of SEC incompetence.
Once again, the Bernie Madoff saga fails to be as intriguing as it sounds.
The billionaire Vornado chairman will be spending weekends at Bernie's.
His office was known as "The North Pole."
Somebody who could afford a nice hotel room, for instance.
A little more about one of the Madoff investors who filed suit against the SEC today.
"DON'T YOU KNOW WHO I AM?!?!?"
Bernie's immediate family was “completely derelict” in carrying out their professional duties, says a suit.
"Some of the times they walked around naked, Bernie and Ruth."
Andrew, Mark, Peter, and Shana Madoff are being sued for a combined $198 million.
Bernie's victims have a new problem.
A report from federal prosecutors reveals that half of Bernie's customers made money from his Ponzi scheme.
For the second time, a sculpture has been taken from one of Bernie Madoff's homes.
The sociable Sotheby's saleswoman may be the top seller of Ponzified properties.
A tape of Bernie Madoff is released at an awkward moment for the SEC.
The media is unimpressed with Bernie and Ruth's New York penthouse. What do you think?