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Bill Steinman
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Richard L. Cassin
Editor at Large

Elizabeth K. Spahn
Editor Emeritus

Cody Worthington
Contributing Editor

Julie DiMauro
Contributing Editor

Thomas Fox
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Marc Alain Bohn
Contributing Editor

Bill Waite
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Shruti J. Shah
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Russell A. Stamets
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Richard Bistrong
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Eric Carlson
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This Talk Is Not Cheap

Public corruption doesn’t happen in public. It needs dark places to flourish. That’s why the press can play a decisive role in fighting sleaze–just by shining light on it. So the announcement this week by the Chicago Tribune that it’s going all out to fight graft is welcome news. After all, one former Illinois governor, […]

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Does Graft Predict Debt Woes?

This may be cheap science. But take a look at the seventeen Eurozone countries according to their rank on the 2010 corruption perception index.

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From Malaysia, Two Tales Of Corruption

[…] the dominant National Front party. An opposition politician, Baru Bian, said about the ruling party: “They are giving hampers, zinc roofs, sardines, mattresses — all simple and cheap stuff.” Chong Siew Chiang, another opposition politician, told the AP the gifts amounted to bribery, but voiced hopes that people would “vote according to their conscience.” […]

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When Money Talks, Do Individuals Walk?

[…] much was paid in bribes and how much revenue and profit were generated by the bribes. For example, the DOJ’s Lanny Breuer has said Siemens got off cheap. Its $450 million criminal fine was “a far cry from the advisory range of $1.35 billion to $2.7 billion called for in the Sentencing Guidelines.” Siemens, […]

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More Disclosure, Less Graft

[…] CoST helps clients collect feedback and put it to use. The way CoST sees it, public disclosure is one of the best anti-corruption tools. It’s simple and cheap, and it produces lots of winners. Government sponsors, for example, have a better chance of getting what they pay for. Construction companies are more likely to […]

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What’s Being Lost?

[…] stories — over 1,000 of them — about sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. But as the Globe’s Baron also said last week, breakthrough journalism doesn’t come cheap. It can be “shockingly expensive,” he said, meaning it’s now clear that declining ad revenues at newspapers won’t support that kind of journalism anymore. Yet it’s […]

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Looking Through The FCPA

[…] Everything has to be reasonable and bona fide. Which means this exception isn’t threatening the structural integrity of the FCPA. But it is making U.S. companies look cheap, stingy and inhospitable. Finally, there’s the local law defense. The FCPA allows otherwise prohibited payments that are “lawful under the written laws and regulations of the […]

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Scott Shaffer: Human intuition is a valuable due diligence tool

[…] includes a combination of several resources. There are a plethora of available databases that contain vast amounts of data on both companies and individuals. They are relatively cheap — and information is quickly accessible and allows for an almost simultaneous review of data subjects. However, serious limitations exist, and the data is only as […]

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Vacation rental scams are (almost) worse than a sunburn

[…] decision. If you receive an email pressuring you to make a decision on the spot for a rental, ignore it and move on. Look out for super cheap rates for premium vacation properties. Below-market rent can be a sign of a scam. Do some extra research to confirm the deal is legitimate before jumping […]

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