Browsing All posts tagged under »Cenk Uygur«

HP “Buyer Incentives” and Off-Label Prescription Sales: Are there any good apples left to spoil the maleficence barrel?

May 19, 2010


“In many foreign countries, particularly in those with developing economies, it is common to engage in business practices that are prohibited by laws and regulations applicable to us, such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Although we implement policies and procedures designed to facilitate compliance with these laws, our employees, contractors and agents, as well […]

CNN news flash: SEC charges Goldman Sachs with defrauding investors

April 16, 2010


For those of you tuning into today’s guest panel discussion on the investment industry, here is a CNN news flash: SEC charges Goldman Sachs with defrauding investors about products tied to sub-prime mortgages. Does this surprise you? Remember to tune it at 12:30 PM EST as I welcome Larry Winget, Cenk Uygur and by audio […]

Alan Greenspan Does An About Face on Fraud . . .

April 15, 2010


Editors Note: Guest Panelists for this Friday’s show Cenk Uygur and Larry Winget have a unique way of saying things relative to Alan Greenspan’s recent about face in terms of admitting that there is in fact fraud in the financial markets and, taking personal responsibility for your own finances. I am sure that you will […]

The Failings of Institutional Advisers and How You Can Grab The Bull by the Horns!

April 5, 2010


I have always found it to be a major disconnect that the majority of investment counselors are not independently wealthy . . . in essence, if they can’t do it for themselves and their families how are they going to do it for you?!? “Classic” studies of investment adviser performance from the late 1960s and […]

100th Episode Special (PI Window on Business)

January 29, 2010


100 Episodes! It doesn’t seem that along ago that I moved into the host’s chair here on the PI Window on Business Show on Blog Talk Radio. Perhaps it is not a milestone that can be measured in terms of time, but instead in the richness of the experience of being able to share the […]

How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?

November 7, 2009


The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or “Commission”) announced that it will hold two days of public workshops on December 1 and 2, 2009, to examine the Internet’s impact on journalism in newspapers, magazines, broadcast television and radio, and cable television. The Internet has changed how many consumers receive news and altered the advertising landscape. Low […]