Ex-Lottery Worker Convicted Of Rigging The System So He’d Win $14M Jackpot

Ex-Lottery Worker Convicted Of Rigging The System So He’d Win $14M Jackpot

There’s a very obvious reason why lottery employees aren’t allowed to play for prizes like the rest of the country in many states, as they could have an obvious advantage when it comes to figuring out how to reap big rewards. As such, one ex-lottery worker from Iowa (where it’s illegal for lotto employees to play) has been convicted of rigging the system, fixing it so he could buy the right numbers and win a $14 million jackpot. [More]

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DOJ: Steve Jobs E-Mails Show That Apple Engaged In E-Book Price-Fixing

While all of the publishers involved in Justice Dept.’s e-book price-fixing lawsuit have settled, Apple has continued to maintain its innocence. With the trial set to begin in early June, the DOJ has some evidence it believes paints Apple in a rather damning light. [More]