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A day in the life

HAVING STOPPED working for “the man” many years ago — in 1999 actually — one would think I’d have plenty of time to fill, and sometimes I do. 513 more words


Fun with credit!

YES, I’M HAVING a grand time with my new Mexican credit card. Why, just this morning I renewed my account* with the Mexican credit bureau using that very card. 289 more words


Citigroup's $600M about-face

Citigroup stunned investors late Thursday when it cut its third-quarter earnings by $600 million, blaming an increase in allowances for legal expenses.

The global banking giant said the increase resulted from “rapidly-evolving regulatory inquiries and investigations, including very recent communications with certain regulatory agencies related to previously-disclosed matters.” 194 more words


Crossing the border

Entering Mexico was easy. I walked through the metal grey turnstiles and an agent gave a quick look in my pack and that was that. Nobody stamped my passport, nothing. 1,182 more words

Travel Stories

Citibank: Multiple Failure of Compliance as the Hammer Drops

What is the cost of the failure to perform appropriate due diligence on a regular basis? What red flags should you look for when considering doing business with a customer, party in the sales channel or entity in the supply chain? 1,578 more words

Compliance Programs

Nueva oportunidad para ver ópera infantil: Così fan Tutte

Ahora, toca una magnífica ópera de Mozart adaptada para los niños: Cosi Fan Tutte. Es una historia blanca llena de situaciones chuscas y divertidas. 184 more words