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Sino-Forest and Executives Charged With Fraud in Canada
The company once had a market value of about $6 billion, but its value quickly spiraled down after Muddy Waters Research last year released an extensive report by a short-seller that called the operation an “established institutional fraud.
Sino-Forest Disclosure 'Grossly Misleading', OSC Says  Bloomberg
Deerfield science teacher to follow right whales offshore
O'Donnell said the boat could go as far as 100 miles off the coast and may even end up in Canadian waters. While she is away, O'Donnell's students will be working with her sister's students in Connecticut to create an online project about the research ...
Yes, we have no super PACs
In fact, the Citizens United ruling, which allowed corporations and unions to make unlimited “independent expenditures” on electoral campaigns, did give rise to a new entity in Wisconsin.
Can Facebook stay cool now that it's an enormous public corporation?
But as a public company, Facebook is on the cusp of becoming so utterly unavoidable that it risks diving off the cliff of coolness into the waters of overexposure. In talking with experts, analysts, and Facebook users on the topic of Facebook's cool ...
Woman-led Quantum a national leader
A report released this spring by American Express OPEN, the corporation's small-business division, estimates the number of employees at Ohio's women-owned businesses is 289,400, down slightly from 291,361 in 1997.
Energy wars heat up
Claiming the many small islands that dot the South China Sea (including Scarborough Shoal) as its own, Beijing has asserted sovereignty over the entire region, including the waters claimed by Manila; it, too, has announced plans to drill in the area ...
High-risk video game venture has RI, Curt Schilling reeling
In the final months of two mostly unmemorable terms in office, Rhode Island Governor Donald Carcieri boasted about his little state's big splash - stealing former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and his nascent video game company from Massachusetts ...
Obesity and Diabetes Afflict a New Jersey Family Fighting to Stay Fit
Members of the 506th Regiment E Company would later be dubbed the Band of Brothers, and their bravery was widely memorialized.
New and Frozen Frontier Awaits Offshore Oil Drilling
The president's preoccupation with the Arctic proposal, even as the nation was still reeling from the BP spill, was the first hint that Shell's audacious plan to drill in waters previously considered untouchable had gone from improbable to inevitable ...
Let's End Polluter Welfare
Fossil fuel corporations are supposed to pay the government fair market royalties in exchange for the right to drill on public lands or in federal waters. But thanks to a loophole in federal law, some oil and gas corporations drilling in the Gulf of ...