Collusion: What Are The Signs - And How Can You Prevent It?

Collusion: What Are The Signs - And How Can You Prevent It?

 For eight years, top officials of the Roslyn School District in Long Island systematically abused the district’s funds, spending at least $11.2  million on a variety of goods  and services, from lunches to luxurious vacations. The scandal, which was uncovered in 2004, is still the most widespread incident of school fraud in the country.

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Corporate Fraud: Why It’s a Bigger Problem Than You Think

Corporate Fraud: Why It’s a Bigger Problem Than You Think

With the likes of Home Depot and Target, fraud and data breaches have been getting their fair share of news coverage lately. While consumers may be concerned about their credit card numbers being stolen and used by cyber thieves, it’s actually executives and board members who should be just as worried – if not more so – about their company assets being jeopardized.

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