Wednesday, June 11, 2008

In the News

Laurel Brubaker Calkins, Bloomberg, Ex-Merrill Banker Asks U.S. to Probe Enron Prosecutor

Mike Robinson, USA Today (AP) - Corruption fighters find Chicago a challenge

DOJ Press Release - San Gabriel Valley Woman Arrested on Federal Fraud Charges for Defrauding Medicar out of $12 Million

DOJ Press Release - Three Miami Area Brothers and Physician’s Assistant Charged in $110 Million Health Care Fraud Scheme

NYTimes, Grim Clues as Bayou Founder Goes Missing

Ben Schmitt, Detroit Free Press, City hires lawyer to fight council's ouster of mayor (discussing the hiring of Professor Robert A, Sedler from Wayne State Law School) (see prior posts on the text message scandal here)

Johanna Newman, LA Times, Barack Obama advisor Jim Johnson quits under fire ("The former chairman of Fannie Mae was one of three advisors considering vice presidential candidates. He resigns after questions are raised about favoritism he may have received from Countrywide.")

Wall Street Jrl (AP) - China Hackers Hit U.S. Congress

Peppi Kiviniermi, Wall Street Jrl, EU Launches Probe of Alitalia Loan

Nathan Koppel, Wall Street Jrl Blog, More Details on Expected Milberg Settlement

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