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The eurozone is in grave danger, and something must be done, fast. This is the message I get from various corners of the EU commentariat. Economists are particularly pessimistic. But the immediacy of the crisis is something relative – I’ve … Continue reading →The eurozone is in grave...
Questions raised over Corporate Credit Cards at Tory Libdem Scottish Borders Council as ex-Chief Executive David Hume ran up £9K bill on taxpayers
In Credit thanks to taxpayers : SBC former Chief Executive David Hume. QUESTIONS have been raised over the number & volume of CORPORATE CREDIT CARDS issued by the Tory-LibDem controlled Scottish Borders Council to its staff & others after it was revealed the now former SBC Chief Executive,...
According to National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olsen’s annual report to Congress, when the IRS files liens against taxpayers, it results in damage to the credit standing of these taxpayers thereby jeopardizing their application for jobs, credit, insurance and rental housing....
Barry Ritholtz at the Think Tank has 10 Interesting Points to make about the SEC case against Goldman Sachs. I especially like: 7. This is a Complex Case: Again, no. Parts of it are a little more sophisticated than others, but this is a simple case of fraud/misrepresentation. The most difficult...
Will Lehman be Ernst & Young’s Enron? That is the question everyone is asking after the publication of investigator Anton Valukas’s report suggesting that Lehman may have used an, um, unusual accounting practice — Repo 105 — to make it look as if its leverage was much...