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Corruption

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Washington Post

With Goldman Sachs on the job, the corporate takeover of Dragon Systems in an all-stock deal went terribly wrong. Goldman collected millions of dollars in fees — and the Bakers lost everything when Lernout & Hauspie was revealed to be a spectacular f

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New York Times

The department’s criminal division is building cases against several financial institutions and their employees, including traders at Barclays, the British bank. Charges are expected to be filed against at least one bank later this year,

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AP

JPMorgan Chase said a bad trade had cost the bank $5.8 billion this year, almost triple its original estimate, and raised the prospect that traders had improperly tried to conceal the blunder. "This has shaken our company to the core," CEO Jamie D

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http://www.washingtonpost.com, By Kathy Lally

An international body devoted to security and democracy Sunday chided Russia—one of its 56 members—on its human rights record and urged governments to impose sanctions by banning visas and freezing the assets of Russians connected to the death of a c

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New York Times

Rajat K. Gupta, the retired head of the consulting firm McKinsey & Company and a former Goldman Sachs board member, was found guilty on Friday of conspiracy and securities fraud for leaking boardroom secrets to a billionaire hedge fund manager. He

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Al Jazeera

Deformed fish continue to be found in the Gulf of Mexico despite assurances that seafood is safe to eat. Mutagenic chemicals have decimated sea life population and are causing fish to be born without eyes, crabs with chemical burns and underdeveloped

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www.lewrockwell.com/William Norman Grigg

In Oklahoma’s Delaware County, Sheriff’s deputies were too busy figuratively raping motorists in the village of Bernice to supervise guards who were literally raping inmates in the county jail.

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