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The Day: Homage to Many

The day they drove old Enron down and the people were singing

and the jail doors were ringing

and Ken Lay had his life go ding, that was the end of everything… 633 more words


The Written (Edited) Word

The following is an excerpt from an article published in The New Yorker Magazine.

“What the Enron Emails Say About Us,” by Nathan Heller captures an unfortunate but growing trend in our society with regard to education and execution of the written word. 429 more words

Entry 675: Life Before Netflix

Once upon a time, before TVs were smart and presidents were dumb, when the words “stream” and “cloud” had something to do with water, just about every neighborhood in America had something called a “video store.” 897 more words


The Secrets of Business Success

Business schools lack the temerity to publicly say what the game of business is really all about. The late George Carlin got it right and said so before he died: 1,098 more words

1 Percent

Someone's Gotta Pay the Price Ex-Noble Group’s CEO Alireza Sues Founder Elman for $58 Million

Ex-Noble Group’s CEO Alireza Sues Founder Elman for $58 Million

“The former chief executive officer of Noble Group Ltd. has filed a lawsuit against founder Richard Elman claiming that he’s owed stock in the embattled commodity trader”.

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Corporate fraud in Software industry

Unprecedented corporate fraud in Software History

An estimated $1.5 billion (Rs 7600 crore) may have disappeared in the fraud confessed to in 2009 by the now-jailed chairman of Satyam Computer Services Ltd. 186 more words

Christopher Wray - Next Head Spy???

Amidst the chaos in his administration, Trump finally nominated a person to replace James Comey as Director of the FBI.  The man he named is Christopher Wray, a lawyer who served as Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division under the George W. 708 more words

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