SEC Accuses Actor of $690 Million Fraud Based on Fake Netflix Deal

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    U.S. SEC says review of ESG funds has turned up 'potentially misleading' claims

    https://www.investing.com/news/economy/us-sec-says-review-of-esg-funds-has-turned-up-potentially-misleading-claims-2470774

    LOL

    what a whitewash

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    Leon Black Admits Paying Woman to Keep Affair Quiet, Denies It Led to Sudden Apollo Exit

    https://www.institutionalinvestor.com/article/b1rbdj4dv8pkpc/Leon-Black-Admits-Paying-Woman-to-Keep-Affair-Quiet-Denies-It-Led-to-Sudden-Apollo-Exit

    another fine example of corporate governance by a fund manager ( assuming he ONLY paid hush money to his par armor , and the ladies claims are not as she maintains however , the NDA if aired publicly would certainly boost her claims dramatically )

    i suppose investors will never find out where the regular payments came from ( the CEO's salary , company profits and investor's money

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