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The trailer for Crackle’s StartUp reveals just how dirty white-collar crime is – A.V. Club



A.V. Club
The trailer for Crackle's StartUp reveals just how dirty whitecollar crime is
A.V. Club
Crackle's next big original series looks like it's gonna be a little bit grittier than Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. However, this is just a trailer, so you can never know for sure. But even the most uncomfortable moments of Jerry Seinfeld's
New ​StartUp​ Trailer Features Martin Freeman and Adam Brody Engaged iVanity Fair

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Who Pays for White-Collar Crime? – Harvard Business School Working Knowledge


Who Pays for WhiteCollar Crime?
Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
Executive Summary — Punishments of whitecollar crime are systematically related to perpetrator, transaction, and company characteristics. This variation is consistent with executives determining appropriate punishments by an economic analysis of

White-Collar Crime – Federal Bureau of Investigation (press release) (blog)



Federal Bureau of Investigation (press release) (blog)
WhiteCollar Crime
Federal Bureau of Investigation (press release) (blog)
Reportedly coined in 1939, the term whitecollar crime is now synonymous with the full range of frauds committed by business and government professionals. These crimes are characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust and are not

How will May tackle white-collar crime? – The Times (subscription)


How will May tackle whitecollar crime?
The Times (subscription)
Her immediate target is overpaid and underachieving directors of big companies, but as we digest the verdicts in last week's Libor case, the question arises of how the May government will tackle whitecollar crime (with all its complexities — as

White-Collar Crime Kills and Maims More Than the Crimes of the Poor – The Real News Network



The Real News Network
WhiteCollar Crime Kills and Maims More Than the Crimes of the Poor
The Real News Network
William K. Black, author of THE BEST WAY TO ROB A BANK IS TO OWN ONE, teaches economics and law at the University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC). He was the Executive Director of the Institute for Fraud Prevention from 2005-2007. He has taught …

Obsessing About The “Thin Blue Lines” While Elite White-Collar Crime Runs Rampant – Common Dreams (press release)



Common Dreams (press release)
Obsessing About The “Thin Blue Lines” While Elite WhiteCollar Crime Runs Rampant
Common Dreams (press release)
"If the American police represent 'thin blue lines,' then in comparison the pittance of law enforcement personnel charged with investigating elite whitecollar crime represent the sheerest tissue paper – so insubstantial that they must be described as …

It’s easy to hate white collar criminals, but it’s surprisingly hard to sentence them – Quartz



Quartz
It's easy to hate white collar criminals, but it's surprisingly hard to sentence them
Quartz
But Sweet's sentence actually typifies a broader dilemma for prosecutors in white collar crime. Sweet, still presiding at the age of 93, is part of a generation of federal judges who vocally rebelled against the strict and harsh federal sentencing

White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

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White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

and more »

White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

and more »