I am posting article I read a while back from the Bloomberg in order to receive feedback and further explore the subject. All rights to Bloomberg.

Over the course of a few hours on April 20, a guy called Cuddles and eight of his pals from the freewheeling world of London’s commodities markets rode oil’s crash to a $660 million profit.

Illustration: Sophy Hollington for Bloomberg Businessweek

By Liam Vaughan, Kit Chellel, and Benjamin Bain

December 9, 2020, 9:01 PM PST

Among the many previously unthinkable moments of 2020, one of the strangest occurred on April 20, when the price…


I am posting article I read a while back from the Wall Street Journal in order to receive feedback and further explore the subject. All rights to WSJ.

Invoking Anti-Fraud Law, Louisiana Doctor Gets Rich

Serial Whistleblower William LaCorte Wins $38 Million; Losing a ‘Threadbare’ Lawsuit

METAIRIE, La. — William LaCorte keeps a half-dozen marble paperweights at his medical practice in this New Orleans suburb, engraved with images of checks from a lucrative sideline: suing companies for alleged health-care fraud.

Over two decades, the 65-year-old internist has filed 12 lawsuits accusing health-care companies of defrauding taxpayer-funded programs such as Medicare…

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