Facebook terror attack?

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According to Business Insider, sarin, a deadly poison, has been detected in a mail facility at the Silicon Valley Facebook headquarters. Evacuation and FBI investigations were reported. Questions: Is it possible that the detection was a false positive and according to whom? What is the business park where Facebook is located? Based on the article,… Read more »

Could Additional Internal Controls Have Prevented this Heist?

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It was March 18, 1990, when a pair of thieves disguised as Boston policemen, entered the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and stole 13 masterpiece valued at $500 million. Twenty-three years later the FBI says that they know who did it. They are releasing a few details and offering a $5 million reward for information leading… Read more »

There’s More to Toxic Than Meets the Eye

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As a way of tracking the housing crisis, an NPR investigative team bought a toxic asset.  While it was filled with home loans from people across the country who borrowed more than they could afford, it also contained at least one mortgage that was a part of a $200 million mortgage fraud scheme. The house… Read more »