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    NovDec-horse-racing-thumb‘And they’re off!’: horse-racing betting fraud 

    Three former frat brothers devised a high-tech scheme to win $3 million at the Breeders’ Cup. Here’s how they did it and how investigators quickly caught them.

    NovDec-hot-tub-thumbHot tub highwaymen 

    An elaborate web of bid-rigging and kickback schemes in a district of the Ohio Department of Transportation, spanning more than a decade, cost the state at least $11 million. Follow the complex tale of institutionalized corruption as investigators nab the fraudsters.

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    President Ratley named among Accounting Today Top 100 Most Influential People of 2012 

    Six candidates selected for Board of Regents' ballot 


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    David Zweighaft, CFE, CPA, Managing Partner, DsZ Forensic Accounting and Consulting Services, continues his discussion on tips and tools for asset recovery searches. Part 2 of 2. 

  • Search and restore: asset recovery in the digital age 

    Finding and returning fraud proceeds to victims is a complex profession in great demand. Speaking from the front lines, three CFEs tell how they provide state-of-the-art services to meet client needs.

    NovDec-identity-theft-thumbIdentity theft complaints soared in 2011: Fraudsters hitting military personnel hard 

    Identity theft is alive and thriving. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s Consumer Sentinel Network reports a significant increase in complaints. Military personnel report a disproportionate amount of problems compared to the general population.

    NovDec-falling-saddle-thumbThe horses take a nasty fall, part 2 of 2: equestrian comptroller’s alleged $53 million fraud exposed 

    As the comptroller for the small town of Dixon, Ill., since 1983, Rita Crundwell managed all financial aspects of the city funds. After a city clerk found a problem in the city’s accounts, the mayor contacted the FBI.

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