Tag Archives: Insider Trading

Crime is Crime: A Plea to “Tell it Straight” and Get Real!

If you don’t read the newspaper, you are uninformed; if you do read the newspaper, you are misinformed.  ~Mark Twain Every day I try to scan the news on my iPad or laptop in order to keep up on world events … Continue reading

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A Fable of Hermes . . . and a modern day moral for Wall Street

(I have recently finished my third thriller novel, Business As Usual, which should be published within the week.  In doing research on the global drug trade, Wall Street insider trading and the pharmaceutical industry, I came across a fable of … Continue reading

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