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The Reuters Reporters Who Took Down Aubrey McClendon Have Their Sights On A New Energy CEO

[credit provider=”Bloomberg” url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExsirtbAW-4″] Energy giant SandRidge has given CEO Tom Ward wide latitude to profit from personal oil-and-gas deals in ways that pose potential conflicts of interest with the company, Reuters’ Michael Erman, Brian Grow and Anna Driver report.Grow and Driver are the same reporters who ran a series of […]
The Reuters Reporters Who Took Down Aubrey McClendon Have Their Sights On A New Energy CEO
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How To Kill Off Office Politics

[credit provider=”Business Insider”] Ah, office politics. I have worked at many large companies in the course of my career and one of the main reasons that I enjoy being in a smaller organisation is the lack of politics. Don’t get me wrong, politics are a disease that afflicts every company, […]
How To Kill Off Office Politics
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The Mayor Of Toronto Was Forced Out Of Office Today

[credit provider=”Flickr – Shaun Merritt” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/shaunpierre/4662198802/sizes/z/in/photostream/”] A court ordered the mayor of Toronto, Canada’s largest city, to be removed from office for violating conflict of interest rules when soliciting donations for his football charity.Mayor Rob Ford got into legal trouble when he spoke out at a city council vote in […]
The Mayor Of Toronto Was Forced Out Of Office Today
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The Insider Trading Ban For Congress Has Some Serious Loopholes

While insider trading is banned in Congress, it’s still completely legal for lawmakers to sponsor bills that could benefit the businesses, industries, or their family members have invested in, and according to The Washington Post, 73 congressmen and women have figured out how to use this loophole — a jump […]
The Insider Trading Ban For Congress Has Some Serious Loopholes
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The Supreme Court Justices’ Shocking Conflicts Could Determine The Fate Of Obamacare

[credit provider=”AP Images” url=”http://www.apimages.com/Search.aspx?st=k&remem=x&kw=Sonia+Sotomayor&intv=None”] The Supreme Court’s anticipated ruling on Obamacare this month could be its most far-reaching decision in the past century.But just as important as the decision itself are the personal conflicts of interest the justices have brought to the bench.
The Supreme Court Justices’ Shocking Conflicts Could Determine The Fate Of Obamacare