close Video Fox Business Flash top headlines for May 21 Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Four men face charges of murder, kidnapping and robbery in connection with the abduction and fatal shooting of a 50-year-old tech executive last year, authorities in California and Michigan said Thursday. Two of the suspects were employees of the victim’s cannabis business, the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office said, according to FOX 2 of the San Francisco Bay Area. The crime was “heinous” and “senseless” – and was a planned effort to obtain money, Lt. Brian Cleveland told the station. NEW YORK MAN, 32, CHARGED IN STABBING DEATH OF FATHER DURING ZOOM CALL, POLICE SAY “They were after monetary gain and we believe that’s why the crime occurred,” Cleveland said. The victim, identified as Tushar Atre, was founder and CEO of AtreNet, a web marketing and design firm based in Santa Cruz, according to the report. The website of Atre’s company listed clients including Hewlett-Packard, GitLab, Perforce, MacuSight and Bay Alarm Medical. His Instagram page showed images of camping, hiking and surfing, Fox News reported in November. Tushar Atre was last seen getting into a white 2008 BMW SUV…. Read full this story
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