Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to four years in jail in a tax fraud case centered around multimillion-dollar Hollywood deals inked by the former Italian prime minister's Mediaset TV empire.
Federal authorities arrested a Lionsgate executive and a vendor in an alleged $2.1 million kickback scheme to overbill the company for retail homevideo display cases.
From the time it was spun off from Industrial Light & Magic in 2006 until its recent demise, Kerner Optical stood as the movie industry's most revered models-and-miniatures shop.
Prosecutors from Rome have joined magistrates in Milan in investigating Italy's media mogul Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi for tax fraud, it emerged Friday.
The son of Italian Prime Minister and Mediaset controller Silvio Berlusconi is also under investigation for tax fraud, it has emerged.
The weird world of Wesley Snipes has taken another twist. Seems that the fugitive "Blade" and "Passenger 57" star has reached a settlement with the IRS concerning his tax fraud charges.
Milan prosecutors on Tuesday requested the indictment of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in a four-year probe into alleged tax fraud and false accounting at the media…
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