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B. Braun Medical, the False Claims Act and the Corporate Crime Music Videos – Corporate Crime Reporter


B. Braun Medical, the False Claims Act and the Corporate Crime Music Videos
Corporate Crime Reporter
B. Braun Medical is a U.S. subsidiary of German pharmaceutical company, B. Braun Melsungen AG. In December 2010, Braun agreed to pay $14.7 million to resolve allegations that it caused the Medicaid program to pay inflated amounts for 49 of its drug

Aaron Swartz, Financial Fraud, and the Justice Department – Huffington Post (blog)


Aaron Swartz, Financial Fraud, and the Justice Department
Huffington Post (blog)
The Justice Department's determination to commit substantial time and resources to prosecuting Swartz presents a striking contrast to its see-no-evil attitude when it comes to financial fraud by the Wall Street banks. People should recognize that this

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Top white-collar crime prosecutor to lead SEC – Fox News



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Top whitecollar crime prosecutor to lead SEC
Fox News
White spent nearly a decade as the U.S. attorney in Manhattan, handling an array of whitecollar crimes and complex securities and financial fraud cases. She brought down mobster John Gotti and won convictions in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing
Top whitecollar crime prosecutor getting SEC jobStatesman Journal
Obama picks former US attorney to head SEC; first prosecutor ever to lead the Minneapolis Star Tribune
What To Know About Mary Jo White, Obama's Appointment To The SECThinkProgress

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Evil, Inc. (Unabridged) Audiobook


www.qbba.com Ken Olsons world is shattered by a corporate crime that his company must cover up at any cost….
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Study: 90% of Criminal Corporations Are Republican – Truth-Out


Study: 90% of Criminal Corporations Are Republican
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A study by the Corporate Crime Reporter, Russell Mokhiber, found that, “Ten out of the current top 100 donors to the 2012 political campaign have ple[a]d guilty to crimes.” The criminal-convictions file that was considered in his study included

Bill Ruehle Fights Back – Corporate Crime Reporter


Bill Ruehle Fights Back
Corporate Crime Reporter
Ruehle and other executives at Broadcom were among a dozen or so technology company executives who were hit with federal criminal indictments charging that they misled investors by not properly accounting for the backdating of options. One problem for

Prosecutors: Peregrine Financial fraud loss exceeds $215M – Chicago Tribune



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Prosecutors: Peregrine Financial fraud loss exceeds $215M
Chicago Tribune
Peregrine Financial Group's former chief executive stole more than $215 million from customers of his now-defunct futures brokerage and should be sentenced to the maximum 50 years in jail, U.S. prosecutors said Tuesday. Russell Wasendorf Sr., 64, who
Peregrine Financial fraud loss tops $215 mln, US saysGlobalPost
Peregrine Financial fraud loss exceeds $200 million: prosecutorsTerra.com
Government Wants Max Prison Time for Russell Wasendorf Sr.KCRG
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White-Collar Crime Widespread, Increasing – AllAfrica.com


WhiteCollar Crime Widespread, Increasing
AllAfrica.com
Windhoek — With money-laundering and so-called 'white collar' crime becoming more prevalent in Namibia, a group of financial security experts recently attended the first-ever course in the country in order to qualify as certified fraud examiners (CFEs).

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Aaron Swartz, Financial Fraud, and the Justice Department – Truth-Out



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Aaron Swartz, Financial Fraud, and the Justice Department
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The Justice Department's determination to commit substantial time and resources to prosecuting Swartz presents a striking contrast to its see no evil attitude when it comes to financial fraud by the Wall Street banks. People should recognize that this
The overzealous prosecution of Aaron SwartzPress TV

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Introduction to ‘White Collar’ – Hypable



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Introduction to 'White Collar'
Hypable
White collar crime has high stakes, as Neal Caffrey and Peter Burke have come to realize over the last three and a half seasons of the USA Network hit show, White Collar. Never seen the show before? Tired of watching a nitty-gritty procedural but still

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