Monthly Archives: January 2014

An Incontinent Plan | This Week in Nonprofit Fraud

Reposted from the This Week in Nonprofit Fraud Blog – January 27, 2014 A Repeat Offender Photo courtesy of Marquet International January 23, 2014: Barry Minkow, the former wunderkind infamous for perpetrating one of the largest investment frauds of all … Continue reading

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Netflix and Microsoft Post Positive Earnings

Financial News for the Week Ending January 25th Global stocks ended the week with a steep sell off as investors were jittery about growth in China and emerging markets and how world markets will handle further Fed pullbacks.  The S&P 500 … Continue reading

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Hand in Collection Plate | This Week in Nonprofit Fraud

Reposted from the This Week in Nonprofit Fraud Blog – January 20, 2014 A Hand in the Collection Plate Photo courtesy of Chris Mikula, the Ottawa Citizen January 20, 2014: Father Joseph LeClair pled guilty to fraud and theft charges … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Disability Fraud | This Week in Nonprofit Fraud

Reposted from the This Week in Nonprofit Fraud Blog – January 13, 2014 SPECIAL EDITION – Spotlight on Disability Fraud   Photo courtesy of Michael Appleton for the New York Times Social Security Disability fraud is no new trend, but … Continue reading

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December Jobs Report Disappointing

Financial News for the Week Ending January 11th US stocks were up for the week on some positive economic news and reassurance of support from the Fed.  The Dow was down 0.2%, while the S&P 500 rose 0.6% for the … Continue reading

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Two Stories About a Tub | This Week in Nonprofit Fraud

Reposted from the This Week in Nonprofit Fraud Blog – January 6, 2014 He Did it All for the Children Photo courtesy of Penarc January 3, 2014: Steven A. Bolden pled guilty to stealing more than $7 million in surplus computer … Continue reading

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2013 Car Sales Best Year Since 2007

Financial News for the Week Ending January 4th US stocks were down for the week on a large sell off on the first trading day of 2013.  The S&P 500 dropped 0.5% for the week while the Dow was off … Continue reading

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