He told dealers that he wanted their luxury cars to help a children's cancer charity, but Carl F. Monto sold them overseas and skipped more than $500,000 in state sales taxes. For that, he faces up to seven years in prison.
An Idaho-based temporary staffing service that set up shop in New Jersey after Superstorm Sandy, neglected to register with New Jersey's Division of Community Affairs and owed back pay to 13 storm-cleanup hirees agrees to pay $27,800 to the state to settle claims against it
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