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Jun 10, 2012

Economy: Economic News, Policy & Analysis - The Washington Post: Study: Companies run by ostentatiously wealthy CEOs more likely to perpetrate fraud

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Study: Companies run by ostentatiously wealthy CEOs more likely to perpetrate fraud
Jun 10th 2012, 16:23

CEOs with a taste for luxury goods— expensive cars, boats, and houses—aren't more likely to commit fraud, researchers found.But fraud is more likely to happen in the companies that they run, according to a new working paper for the National Bureau of Economic Research:

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Jun 9, 2012

Top Stories - Google News: Germany 1-0 Portugal: Gomez seals it with late header - Mirror.co.uk

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Germany 1-0 Portugal: Gomez seals it with late header - Mirror.co.uk
Jun 9th 2012, 21:57

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Germany 1-0 Portugal: Gomez seals it with late header Mirror.co.uk Germany battled their way past Portugal to make a winning start to their Euro 2012 campaign. Portugal's defensive obduracy had frustrated Germany for 72 minutes with Mario Gomez about to be substituted before he planted Sami Khedira's cross past ... Group B, Germany v PortugalThe Guardian Gomez grabs victory for GermanyThe Press Association Germany grateful for GomezSkySports Goal.com -Reuters UK all 907 news articles »

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Top Stories - Google News: UEFA ponder action against Russia - The Press Association

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UEFA ponder action against Russia - The Press Association
Jun 9th 2012, 19:00

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UEFA ponder action against Russia The Press Association Russia could face disciplinary action over the behaviour of their fans during their European Championship victory over Czech Republic, which was marred by allegations of racism and violence. Press Association Sport understands UEFA are considering ... Russia fans at heart of Euro 2012 racism, violenceUSA TODAY Euro 2012: Tournament gains lift-off despite the vodka and the ultrasThe Guardian (blog) Russia v Czech Republic: liveTelegraph.co.uk Daily Mail -Reuters UK all 1,917 news articles »

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Top Stories - Google News: Arab-Israelis hold anti-Assad demonstration - Ynetnews

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Arab-Israelis hold anti-Assad demonstration - Ynetnews
Jun 9th 2012, 18:39

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Arab-Israelis hold anti-Assad demonstration Ynetnews Some 1500 Arabs demonstrated against the Syrian regime and called on President Bashar Assad to step down in the town of Tamra on Saturday. Organized by the Islamic Movement, the protest was attended by both its leaders, Sheikh Raed Salah and Hamad Abu ... Russia backs Assad's departure 'if that is what Syrians want'The Guardian Russia insists on Iranian role in Syria peace planFinancial Times Syria: Shelling reported in south; clashes in Damascus [video]Los Angeles Times The Hindu -Hindustan Times -Wall Street Journal all 1,509 news articles »

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