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China's NVC Lighting ex-CEO, bankers investigated for suspected $100 million fraud

See the original story run by Reuters News (Nov 17, 2014)

NVC Lighting Holding Ltd, China’s biggest lighting manufacturer, said its former chief executive Wu Changjiang and employees of four leading Chinese banks are under police investigation for allegedly helping to divert company funds. 359 more words

Business Journalism

Supplements: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

I’ve written here multiple times about medical snake oil.

Green coffee extract (debunked), garcinia cambogia, forskolin, you name it: It’s all smoke and mirrors… but that doesn’t stop Dr. 741 more words


Banks Declining Purchases For Protection But Frustrate Customer

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – With retail data breaches becoming almost as common as clearance sales credit card issuers have an understandable sensitivity to fraud. 413 more words


What every advertiser needs to know about the threat of URL masking

Move over, bots. URL masking is climbing the ranks of common fraud in the digital advertising industry.

URL masking is used to trick advertisers into running their ads on sites with illicit or stolen content. 31 more words

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The Difficulties and Importnace of Defining Fraud

Fraud is seen as any criminal act with the intent to gain something through a form of deception (Doig, 2012, p. 2). The Fraud Act of 2006 lists three ways in which fraud can be committed. 1,680 more words


LI man accused of stealing $2M settlement from granddaughter

LONG ISLAND (PIX11) – A Long Island grandpa is not in the spirit of giving this holiday weekend.

Gary Ericksen is accused of stealing $2 million from his own granddaughter! 103 more words

Long Island

Being a "Good" Scientist: Science Fraud

We’ve all done some form of practical experiment at some point, whether this was in a professional research lab, or in secondary school with a couple of Bunsen burners. 919 more words