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The SEC And Accounting Fraud Enforcement: No "There" There – Forbes


The SEC And Accounting Fraud Enforcement: No "There" There
Forbes
Eighty-nine SEC enforcement cases for accounting fraud and disclosure violations in 2011 was the lowest number in ten years. Was the trend continuing in 2012? My editor, Janet Novack, and I also wondered whether the SEC's new whistleblower program,
With Unclear Successor at SEC, a Look at the Agency's Recent FailuresFiredoglake
Why Robert Khuzami Would Be a Terrible Choice to Head the SECEconoMonitor (blog)

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RCMP sets sights on white-collar crime – Vancouver Sun


RCMP sets sights on whitecollar crime
Vancouver Sun
The RCMP is hoping that a new strategy of going after crooked securities lawyers, investment advisers and stock brokers as if they were drug dealers and mobsters will turn around the fortunes of its whitecollar crime units. Formed almost a decade ago

Anti-fraud education – Pakistan Observer


Anti-fraud education
Pakistan Observer
In the recent years there is enormous increase in occupational fraud. We have witnessed that our national enterprises have disclosed millions of rupees in financial fraud. Millions of rupees of public money have plundered, wasted and lost annually.

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White-Collar Crimes – What is the Definition? – Financial Dictionary by Subjectmoney.com


www.subjectmoney.com http White-Collar Crime s are non-violent crimes that involve deceit, corruption and breach of trust usually out of greed. White-Collar Crime bleeds over into Corporate crime because crimes such as fraud, Forgery , insider trading, Bribery, computer crimes, identity theft are more available to the white-collar employee.
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Robert Reich’s Strange Twist on Corporate Crime – Corporate Crime Reporter


Robert Reich's Strange Twist on Corporate Crime
Corporate Crime Reporter
Ever wonder why former Labor Department Secretary Robert Reich never advocated for a strict crackdown on corporate criminals that violate worker safety laws? Because Reich, currently a professor at the University of California Berkeley, doesn't believe

Autonomy founder demands details on HP’s fraud allegations – CNN



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Autonomy founder demands details on HP's fraud allegations
CNN
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Mike Lynch, founder of embattled Hewlett-Packard subsidiary Autonomy, lashed out at HP on Tuesday after the tech giant accused him of overseeing a company that engaged in accounting fraud. In an open letter, Lynch said
Ex-CEO of Autonomy shoves back at fraud allegations, as HP claims "evidence The Next Web (blog)
Lynch to HP: Release Details on Alleged Fraud at AutonomyFox Business
Autonomy founder declares innocence in open letter to HP boardComputerworld
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RCMP sets sights on white-collar crime – Windsor Star


RCMP sets sights on whitecollar crime
Windsor Star
The RCMP is hoping that a new strategy of going after crooked securities lawyers, investment advisers and stock brokers as if they were drug dealers and mobsters will turn around the fortunes of its whitecollar crime units. Formed almost a decade ago

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Arnold & Porter’s Kathleen Harris on Deferred Prosecutions in the UK – Corporate Crime Reporter


Arnold & Porter's Kathleen Harris on Deferred Prosecutions in the UK
Corporate Crime Reporter
“Over the last couple of years, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) made great efforts to try and deal with more corporate offending,” Harris told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “They were successful in some areas, and they received a

5 anti-fraud tips from an ex-fraudster – MarketWatch (blog)


5 anti-fraud tips from an ex-fraudster
MarketWatch (blog)
With the economy still fragile and financial scams on the rise, one of the most prominent thieves of the past 50 years has some advice about preventing elder financial abuse. Ex-forger and security expert Frank Abagnale Jr. Does the name Frank Abagnale Jr.

Feds get tough on white-collar crimes – Canadian Lawyer Magazine


Feds get tough on whitecollar crimes
Canadian Lawyer Magazine
In its efforts to get tougher on whitecollar crime, the federal government may have made it tougher for the Competition Bureau to get individuals and corporations to work with its established leniency programs. As of Nov. 20, anyone convicted of