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3 May 2009
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17 Mar 2009
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very funny kid playing with cute dog
17 Mar 2009
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Live footage of famous conman, Greg Scott Luce, pitching the "Housewives of Santa Monica" poolside at Los Angeles' Mondrian Hotel.
5 Apr 2009
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Notorious conman, Greg S. Luce, dupes well intentioned LA composer into signing Millennium III independent contractor's agreement. Contract was found unconscionable and not legally binding.
5 Apr 2009
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Notorious conman, Greg S. Luce, pitches Ponzi scheme at Santa Fe's Jetport on way to Berlin. Scam is shut down before he reaches Germany.
5 Apr 2009
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Conman Greg S. Luce pitches Ponzi scheme to investors group in lawyers' office. Those in attendance, including lawyer, are innocents.
6 Apr 2009
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On May 18, 2009 the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear a constitutional challenge to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, a law that mandated costly accounting procedures of questionable effectiveness in the wake of the Enron and WorldCom scandals. Attorneys from the Competitive Enterprise Institute are serving as co-counsel in the case, representing pro bono a small accounting firm in Nevada burdened by the Sarbox mandates. CEI's John Berlau, writer of the popular Youtube public policy video "Sarbanes-Oxley and Tattoos," explains the nuts and bolts of Sarbox in this video, and why Sarbox overhaul is now needed more than ever to bring growth to this sluggish economy. Berlau explains how issuing stock has traditionally helped smaller companies during a debt shortage, but how Sarbox means a brick wall -- through the tripling of audit costs -- for companies that try to go public now. Berlau shows how Sarbanes-Oxley did not catch the current scandals and harms honest entrepreneurs, and shows why repealing it could be one of the best economic stimulus packages we could have.
1 Nov 2009
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As a premier, global telecommunications service company, Arus Telecom Ltd. has developed very strong, mutually beneficial relationships with Tier 1, 2 & 3 Carriers. Arus Telecom Ltd. is deeply rooted in our Tier 1 Carrier customer’s supply chain, providing end-to-end repair and logistics solutions to support their growing networks. Arus Telecom Ltd. has strategic business relationships with the following Tier 1, 2 & 3 carrier companies: AT&T Iowa Telecom Belgacom Kabel Deutschland Bell Canada Korea Telecom British Telecom MCI / Worldcom Broadview Numericable Canal+ O2 Canal Digital Orange Cavalier Qwest CenturyTel Qwest Wireless Cincinnati Bell Savvis Cingular Siol Citizens / Frontier Sprint .
16 Oct 2012
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LiveMojo In this video, WatchMojo**** reviews some memorable moments and biz & tech milestones from the first decade of the new millennium.
11 Apr 2010
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ongoing investigations into companies such as WorldCom. Ver más en: What the Pentagon (and Mr. alcoholic Bush jr.) don't want you to know !!! www.flickr**** Gracias! Alejandra H. Covarrubias periodista de investigación del Sindicato de Periodistas de Noruega ... ingeniería militar terrorismo norteamericano atentado terrorista del 11 de septiembre 2001 desastre medioambiental genocidio fascismo mafias norteamericanas. Exigencia reapertura las investigaciones terrorista. 9/11-2001. Confronting ...
30 Apr 2009
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On May 18, 2009 the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear a constitutional challenge to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, a law that mandated costly accounting procedures of questionable effectiveness in the wake of the Enron and WorldCom scandals. Attorneys from the Competitive Enterprise Institute are serving as co-counsel in the case, representing pro bono a small accounting firm in Nevada burdened by the Sarbox mandates. CEI's John Berlau, writer of the popular Youtube public policy video "Sarbanes-Oxley and Tattoos," explains the nuts and bolts of Sarbox in this video, and why Sarbox overhaul is now needed more than ever to bring growth to this sluggish economy. Berlau explains how issuing stock has traditionally helped smaller companies during a debt shortage, but how Sarbox means a brick wall -- through the tripling of audit costs -- for companies that try to go public now. Berlau shows how Sarbanes-Oxley did not catch the current scandals and harms honest entrepreneurs, and shows why repealing it could be one of the best economic stimulus packages we could have.
27 Jan 2010
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