What Makes Rich and Powerful Executives Commit Fraud?
Hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam had it all. By some accounts, the co-founder of Galleon Group was a billionaire.
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#1 Jul 8, 2013
probably the same thing that made them commit fraud there entire career. you just don't start committing fraud when your rich and powerful. but lets also remember the days of hard work and honesty are long gone. the government has made sure of that. they have set up a system for cheaters and liars. and if you are not a cheater or a liar they will surround you with and employ you with those that are. this has been johneyonetime reporting from bristol nh
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