Kat : I'll probrably be very seduced if I understood something Pete. I'm in high school and a average student.
England pay for Sir Allen Stanford's ego
It does not entirely surprise me that the Stanford Series has been such a flop so far.
Bankers Behind Bars Allen Stanford Currently serving 110 years in prison, Allen Stanford was, at one time, one of the richest men in America, according to CNBC. He conned about investors out of their money in a Ponzi scheme.
Top 10 Swindlers
In this article, Top 10 Swindlers, Time Magazine lists some of the most notorious swindlers in recent history. From Allen Stanford to Bernie Madoff, we see that there truly is a crisis in business ethics.
"That ain't real science, James, you're just writin' that down ta look clever" "." "Well they didn't bring me on for my looks"
Allen Stanford loses appeal of Ponzi scheme conviction
Jailbird: Convicted financier Allen Stanford arrives at Federal Court in Houston for sentencing
World's Ten billionaires: Luck does not fare with whom -
Cricket: Sir Allen Stanford's antics with England WAGs were greeted with shock by the players
Harbhajan Singh faces allegations over conflict of interest.: Harbhajan Singh faces allegations over conflict of interest…
Supreme Court Allows Stanford Ponzi Scheme Suits To Go Forward
Photo - FILE - In this Aug. 2010 file photo, R. Allen Stanford arrives in custody at the federal courthouse for a hearing in Houston.
Interesting perspectives. Perplexed as to what drives successful, wealthy people to risk it all, Harvard Business School professor Eugene Soltes spent seven years in the company of the men behind the largest corporate crimes in history - from the financial fraudsters of Enron to the embezzlers at Tyco, to the Ponzi schemers Bernie Madoff and Allen Stanford. How acceptable norms in the business community can differ from those of the broader society. #Audible Why They Do It by E. Soltes