A kick in the Facebook
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged an investment adviser in Scotts Valley, Calif., with running a $60m investment fund like a Ponzi scheme and defrauding investors by touting imaginary trading profits instead of reporting the actual trading losses he incurred.
According to former Bank of America and Citi executive Sallie Krawcheck, that is.
Maybe this doesn't look so good in hindsight.
Is something wrong when nothing's wrong ?
It really is good to be Goldman again.
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