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No surprises in the Panama Papers - M. D. Nalapat

“It is the closer identification with the former colonial authority rather than with the people that is responsible for the successors of the British being more focussed on acquiring personal wealth than on improving the overall condition of the citizens. 1,121 more words

Indian Black Money

Credulous employees have wired $2.3 billion in company funds to criminals, says FBI

Your CEO sends you an urgent email that the company is acquiring another firm and funds need to be wired that day. But don’t tell anyone: It’s secret due to regulatory disclosure rules. 28 more words

Credulous employees have wired $2.3 billion in company funds to criminals, says FBI

Your CEO sends you an urgent email that the company is acquiring another firm and funds need to be wired that day. But don’t tell anyone: It’s secret due to regulatory disclosure rules. 548 more words

Windsor police identify break-in suspect after use of stolen bank cards

A Windsor man suspected of sneaking into a house and taking a purse was identified by police after he allegedly used the stolen bank cards. 237 more words

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Phone scammers target Windsor immigrants

Windsorites with immigrant backgrounds should beware of a targeted phone scam, warns Jhoan Baluyot.

Baluyot, who works in public relations for Caesars Windsor, said she personally encountered the scam on Thursday when she was called by a man who claimed to represent Citizenship and Immigration Canada. 403 more words

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Follow the Money: Catching Cheaters, Frauds and Con Artists — An Interview with Securities Fraud Investigator Richard B. York (Part II)

Jan Burke and D.P. Lyle, M.D. interview Richard B. York in Part II, talking about Ponzi schemes, Pyramid schemes, and other financial crimes. Get an inside look at how these crimes are investigated — and as always, Richard York gives us some entertaining stories from the trenches of financial crimes investigation. 404 more words

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