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When Do Exaggerations and Misstatements Cross the Line?
Jun 23, 2010
Embellishing stories about one's accomplishments or qualifications, whether by exaggeration or misstatement, is part of human nature, experts say, and almost everyone is guilty of it at one time or[…]
Why Insider Trading Is Hard to Define, Prove and Prevent
Nov 11, 2009
On October 16, federal prosecutors charged Raj Rajaratnam and his hedge fund, Galleon Group, with insider trading. On November 5, 14 additional people were charged with the same crime, and[…]
The Subprime Blame Game: Where Were the Realtors?
Oct 17, 2007
It is a scene millions of Americans have been in -- sitting next to a real estate agent at closing to sign the papers for a new home. Often, the[…]
Social Investing: Big Business, Big Challenges
Mar 01, 2000
More and more individuals and organizations pay increasingly close attention these days to where their money is invested. According to figures gathered by the non-profit Social Investment Forum, total assets[…]
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