Shervin Neman, the Los Angeles man arrested last year after allegedly targeting Iranian Jews and other investors in a Ponzi scheme, was found guilty on May 16 of defrauding two people out of a total of $3 million — one of the victims being a former NBA and NFL executive, according...
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Since the 1990s, Rabbi Harold Ten has been helping gravely ill Jews and their families navigate the health care system. Ten is the president of Bikur Cholim, a nonprofit that can get patients kosher meals in their hospital rooms or provide them with free loans of medical equipment....
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Pablo Picasso once quipped, "I'd like to live as a poor man with lots of money." And wouldn't we all? To have money, and all the wondrous things that money can provide, without the hassles and headaches of tending to that money --it would seem almost, er, surreal. Yet if anyone could...