Monthly Archives: December 2013

Consumer Spending Rose; Durable Goods Orders Up

Financial News for the Week Ending December 28th US Stocks indices hit another record high over the week on positive economic news.  US stocks are on pace to have their best year since 1995. The S&P 500 rose 1.3% and the … Continue reading

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Chartering Funds for Himself | This Week in Nonprofit Fraud

Reposted from the This Week in Nonprofit Fraud Blog – December 23, 2013 EPA Official Pretends to be CIA Spy Photo courtesy of Fox News December 18, 2013: John Beale, the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) highest paid employee, was sentenced … Continue reading

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A Flood of Fraud | This Week in Nonprofit Fraud

Reposted from the This Week in Nonprofit Fraud Blog – December 16, 2013 The High Cost of a Free Phone December 11, 2013: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed $44 million in fines against three companies that selected ineligible participants … Continue reading

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Bad Medicine | This Week in Nonprofit Fraud

Reposted from the This Week in Nonprofit Fraud Blog – December 9, 2013 Couple’s Collusion Cheats Government Contracts Photo courtesy of The Daily Caller December 6, 2013: Kathleen McGrade, a former state department contract specialist, along with her husband, Brian Collinsworth, … Continue reading

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There Aren’t Enough Hours in the Day | This Week in Nonprofit Fraud

Reposted from the This Week in Nonprofit Fraud Blog – December 2, 2013 Caught Speeding November 25, 2013:  Lorraine Dispaldo was sentenced to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to 36 counts including conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud, filing false … Continue reading

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