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Whistleblower News from the Inside - November 8, 2013

Posted  November 8, 2013

FDA seeks to ban trans fats – The proposed rule would require food companies wanting to use the nasty artery-clogger to get FDA approval and meet rigorous and likely insurmountable safety standards.  Washington Post

Swiss report claims Arafat may have been poisoned – Israel’s Foreign Ministry responds that report “is more soap opera than science.”  BBC

EX-CEO of famed hospital sentenced to prison for kickbacks – John Reynolds, former CEO of NY’s Hospital for Special Surgery, is sentenced to 18 months for taking kickbacks and lying about it.  Bloomberg

The government shutdown cost billions – The White House releases a detailed report showing the shutdown cost $2 billion in back pay, 6.6 million days of lost work and 120,000 private sector jobs. NYT

Ranbaxy whistleblower reveals how he exposed massive pharmaceutical fraud – Watch the CBS the video here.

USIS cleans house amid federal probe – The leading background-check company that cleared NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is replacing its top executives.  WSJ


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