Agora Group sues over

Five subsidiaries or affiliates of the Baltimore based Agora group, which publishes investment newsletters and operates investment clubs that are pro offshore, are suing a competitor for allegedly misappropriating their intellectual property.Details are contained in a civil complaint that was

Insider Talking: November 30, 2004

Two prominent Bermudian businessmen accused of fraud appeared at Magistrates Court in November for a preliminary hearing on whether there is sufficient evidence for the case against them to proceed. Bermudians Arthur Jones, 52, and Fraser Butterworth, 62, have exercised

Popular newsletter/investment club firm sues SEC

Baltimore based Agora Inc., which operates investment clubs and newsletters and claims to have tens of thousands of clients, has filed a complaint against the SEC, which is investigating one of its subsidiaries, Pirate Investor LLC. Agora, Pirate Investor and

Insider Talking: November 30, 2001

Imperial Consolidated founders Lincoln Fraser and Jared Brook have been given additional time to wind up their business affairs before their four year disqualification as company directors in England and Wales becomes effective. A judge sitting at Blackpool County Court

Insider Talking: January 29, 1999

Cayman Islands Government award members huge salary increases, McKeeva Bush offers $200,000 to settle $1 million liability, according to First Cayman Bank liquidators; Antigua journalist Tim Hector continues to publish despite printing presses being destroyed in an arson attack, the dubious past of New Utopia conman Prince Lazarus Long, a.k.a. Howard Turney; First Nevisian Group forms Life Offshore Group of Companies, Barron's magazine rips into Agora's The Oxford Club.

Insider Talking: October 31, 1998

A funny thing happened a few days after our expose of The Highlander Club in last month's Offshore Alert. I received from them a spam letter - sent a week before we published - stating "Congratulations You have been approved