Post Tagged with: "fraud"

Protect your Business from Internal and External Fraud

September 27, 2013 11:21 am0 comments
Protect your Business from Internal and External Fraud

In a survey of 3,000 American businesses, 88% reported some form of fraud. From this statistic, we can easily ascertain that corporate fraud is a serious problem. Smaller businesses are an easier target, as their largely informal set-up can lead to grievous oversight. Unfortunately, the vast majority of fraudulent crimes […]

Read more ›

Berlusconi’s unfortunate spin of luck

September 12, 2013 11:45 am2 comments
Berlusconi’s unfortunate spin of luck

Italy. Let’s do a little Brainstorming: Pizza, spaghetti, Florence, the Pope, Dante, Pavarotti, Roman Empire, Berlusconi. Let’s stop here: Silvio Berlusconi. For the ones that ignore his existence, he was the former italian Prime minister, known mostly for his scandals than for his government policy, for his vices rather than […]

Read more ›

Britain “not in a position” to prevent Olympics match fixing

July 26, 2012 1:00 pm0 comments
Britain “not in a position” to prevent Olympics match fixing

Industry experts have expressed their concerns that match fixing and sports fraud will pose a serious threat to the London Olympics, which are due to start in a few days, since offshore operators cannot be obliged to share information with sporting bodies, the UK Gambling Commission (GC) or the London Organising […]

Read more ›