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Whistleblower News from the Inside - December 3, 2013

Posted  December 3, 2013

By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team

Air Force allegedly using stealth whistleblower program – The “secret system” of informants is reportedly being used at the Air Force Academy with “FBI-style tactics” to expose wrongdoing, but questions emerge on how the whistleblowers are treated.  Fox

Hospital pricing continues to soar – Costing patients more than $4,000 per day and topping $500 for a single stitch, hospital pricing continues to be the biggest driver of our bloated health care system with no constraints in sight.  NYT

The positive side of violent video games – According to research to be published by the American Psychological Association, playing video games, including violent shooter games, may boost children’s learning, health and social skills.  Washington Post

Results are in for this year’s Corruption Perceptions Index – Denmark and New Zealand top the list for being viewed as the least corrupt with the U.S. coming in at the number 19 spot.  Transparency Int’l

Whistleblower brings SEC complaint against private equity transaction fees – The whistleblower claims private equity firms are acting as unlicensed brokers when they collect these 8 and 9-figure payments.  Crain’s

U.S. 15-year olds fare weakly on PISA international standardized testing – But some are claiming public opinion over the results is being manipulated.  NYT, Washington Post


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