Martin Shkreli knows the power of positive thinking, according to a tart email exchange.
Notorious Pharma bro Martin Shkreli is currently incarcerated at Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center, having had his $5 million bail revoked after he tried to buy one of Hillary Clinton's hairs for $5,000. At the time, the PostShow More Summary
Most know Cliff “Method Man” Smith as one of the original members of the legendary rap group, The Wu-Tang Clan, but if you’ve been watching HBO’s “The Deuce,” you also know he’s got some acting talent as well. Though he’s been acting...Show More Summary
Martin Shkreli says prison life at the notorious “Club Fed” jail in Brooklyn isn’t all that bad. The former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO and recently convicted felon, whose bail was revoked last month after prosecutors successfully argued...Show More Summary
Shkreli was jailed for offering his fans money to steal Hillary Clinton's hair.
The reviled “Pharma Bro” says he’s holding up just fine inside a Brooklyn prison cell – despite his snoring cellmate.
The Wu-Tang Clan album, “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin,” may go down as one of the most puzzling chapters in the history of the legendary rap group. Only one copy exists and the person who paid a reported $2 million to buy it, former pharmaceutical...Show More Summary
Brooklyn federal prosecutors are looking to run up the score on guys named Martin Shkreli.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Vyera Pharmaceuticals, formerly known as Turing Pharmaceuticals, does not have to pay Impax Laboratories Inc $43 million in a dispute stemming from Turing founder Martin Shkreli's decision to boost by 5,000 percent the price of a drug Turing bought from Impax, a U.S. judge ruled on Friday.
Despite having his bail revoked and being remanded to one of New York City’s toughest jails to await his sentencing in January, the eBay auction that former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli launched earlier month seeking to offload the only existing copy of the Wu-Tang Clan album “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” has ended. Show More Summary
Last month, infamous "pharma bro" Martin Shkreli was convicted of several counts of securities and wire fraud by a federal grand jury. The 34-year-old former pharmaceutical CEO, who became infamous for price-gouging an HIV drug, was found not guilty of the top wire-fraud charges, which carried a 20-year sentence. Show More Summary
Some jurors in Martin Shkreli’s trial think that the so-called “Pharma Bro” would have been convicted on five counts instead of three if the instructions were clarified better. Speaking to the Daily Beast on condition of anonymity, two jurors revealed that several other jurors...
Martin Shkreli’s rare Wu-Tang Clan album quietly sold to the highest eBay bidder Friday night. The one of a kind CD copy of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin sold for $1,025,100.00. Shkreli originally purchased the album nearly two years ago for $2 million in a Paddle8 auction back in December 2015. Shkreli first listed […]
‘Our first vote on this count’—carrying a likely 20-year sentence—‘was 11-1 to convict.’
But is it a legitimate Wu-Tang Album? Continue reading…
Martin Shkreli has one thing going for him in prison... a tasty menu!!! The Pharma Bro -- who got his ass thrown back in jail after a judge revoked his $5 million bail for threatening Hillary Clinton -- is getting the goods at…
People love to hate on jailed pharma bro Martin Shkreli--infamous for price-gouging AIDS victims--and rightly so. That's probably why they'd like to believe the erstwhile executive was duped into spending $2 million for the Wu-Tang Clan's secret album.
Inmate No. 87850-053 has no internet. The AP reports that could be the least of the inconveniences ahead for Martin Shkreli, whose online rantings about Hillary Clinton prompted a judge this week to revoke his bail and put him in the Metropolitan Detention Center, a fortress-like federal jail that also...
Renowned big pharma fuck boy Martin Shkreli is currently in prison serving time for securities fraud. His initial $5 million bail was revoked Wednesday because prosecutors believed his pre-sentence behaviors were threatening, reports the Washington Post. Prosecutors say that between court sessions, Shkreli harassed women online and encouraged his Facebook audience to pull out a…
Martin Shkreli opens up a little in the Q&A section of his eBay auction page for a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album.