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Update: John Rogers Pleads Guilty to Fraud, Cites 'Greed'

Update: John Rogers Pleads Guilty to Fraud, Cites 'Greed'

Legal

John Rogers of North Little Rock, who federal prosecutors say defrauded investors by offering a phony Heisman Trophy as collateral for a $100,000 loan, has pleaded guilty to wire fraud. He says his motivation was "greed" and also admitted to selling inauthentic memorabilia. read more >

Facebook Page Offers Peek Into John Rogers’ Thinking

Facebook Page Offers Peek Into John Rogers’ Thinking

Banking & FinanceLegal

Even the conservative assessment by a court-appointed receiver proved to be overly optimistic regarding the insolvent business interests of John Rogers, whose Facebook page recently offered up what read almost like a confession. read more >

Tammy Tompkins New Mortgage Manager at First Arkansas Bank & Trust (Movers & Shakers)

Tammy Tompkins New Mortgage Manager at First Arkansas Bank & Trust (Movers & Shakers)

Banking & FinanceMovers & Shakers

Tammy Tompkins has been hired as manager of the mortgage department of First Arkansas Bank & Trust of Jacksonville. A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Tompkins worked in commercial property management in New Orleans and Dallas. After moving back to Arkansas in 2003, she has worked in real estate sales, construction and development. read more >

Auctioneer Punished for Tipping Off John Rogers

Auctioneer Punished for Tipping Off John Rogers

Banking & FinanceLegal

Doug Allen, a partner with John Rogers in Legendary Auctions, received a stiffer sentence for fraud and other charges because of a March 2014 conversation with Rogers, who was wearing a wire for federal investigators. read more >

Judge Approves Sale of John Rogers Photos

Judge Approves Sale of John Rogers Photos

Banking & FinanceLegalCover Story

One of the historic treasures of early 20th century major league baseball is headed toward the auction block, but conflicting claims on the famed Conlon Collection still await courtroom resolution. read more >

Bank Wants Back John Rogers SUV Sold for $100

Bank Wants Back John Rogers SUV Sold for $100

WhispersBanking & FinanceLegalTransportation

On paper, someone got an automotive bargain at a public auction two months ago. However, a high bid of $100 for an SUV once owned by alleged serial fraudster John Rogers is now in controversy. read more >