Welcome to the February 24, 2008 edition of Corporate Vigilance presenting an array of opinions, instruction, and helpful information as it relates to business.
John Crenshaw presents The Biggest Scam Your Bank Gets Away With Everyday posted at Truthful Lending dot Com, saying, "This little known scam accounts for a huge portion of fees paid to banks every year and is going on right under your nose. The worst part is, it's completely legal."
Leon Gettler presents BAE-Bandar blues posted at Sox First, saying, "Prince Bandar, the former Saudi ambassador to the US, has been one of the key figures in the BAE-Saudi bribery scandal. Now the heat is on him with a court order freezing some of his US assets, as part of a class-action lawsuit over the bribery allegations."
Hung Nguyen presents Micro Lending: Socially Responsible Investing posted at Meaningful Issues in Today's World, saying, "I take a look at www.kiva.org. Kiva.org is a website which supports micro-lending to citizens of third world countries. I analyze pros and cons of micro-lending and finally compare it to a Micro Place, an Ebay funded company which allows you to invest in micro-lending and get returns on your investment."
Leon Gettler presents Singing the News posted at Sox First, saying, "Late last year, Rupert Murdoch stunned the business world when he appointed a 27 year old opera singer with no business or journalism experience to the board of News Corp. Now she wants to set the record straight."
Mark Riffey presents Marketing opportunities: As perishable as lettuce. posted at Business is Personal.
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