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Gambling company linked to Cantor fined $16.5M in scam case

A gambling company affiliated with financial giant Cantor Fitzgerald went all in on Monday — agreeing to pay the feds $16.5 million to avoid prosecution over scams committed with bookies known as the “Jersey Boys.” CG Technology, formerly known as Cantor Gaming, admitted a slew of wrongdoing that could have gotten it charged with illegal...
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