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Whistleblower News from the Inside - November 25, 2013

Posted  November 25, 2013

By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team

Match.com sued for RICO fraud – The class action suit charges the online dating service with using fake “profiles” to lure in customers in “one of the biggest conspiracies ever executed on the Internet.”  Courthouse News

Whistleblower claims RBS purposely put clients out of business – The charges by the whistleblower, a former legal advisor to the bank, follows an independent report finding the bank forced some small businesses to default on loans so it could acquire their assets at rock-bottom prices.  BBC

Epic waste of taxpayer money – Watch this live interview of Scott Paltrow, the Reuters reporter who exposed the $8.5 trillion appropriated to the Pentagon since 1996 that has never been accounted for.  Yahoo

Why good people do bad things – Read this insightful piece that tries to understand the psychology behind white-collar crime.  NYT

The low-testosterone debate continues – Real condition or sophisticated marketing scheme?  NYT

Oxfam pressures Pepsi to come clean on sugar sources – As part of its continuing crusade to humanize Corporate America, the anti-poverty group wants Pepsi to investigate whether its overseas sugar suppliers are stealing land from the poor in so-called “land grabs.”  NPR


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