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Morgan Stanley's private-equity arm goes contrarian, agreeing to invest $50 million in Yongye International amid a raft of fraud scandals among Chinese small caps.
The former CFO of Crazy Eddie, the fraudulent electronics retailer from the 1980s, has transformed himself from a felon into a fraud buster and an adviser to the FBI and SEC. But don't call him an angel.
North American steel prices have declined sharply in recent weeks, making the outlook for second-half earnings that much murkier.
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The former CFO of Crazy Eddie, the notoriously fraudulent electronics retailer from the 1980s, has transformed himself from a felon into a fraud buster and an advisor to the FBI and the SEC. But don't call him an angel.
Fund manager Ejnar Knudsen hunts for food and agriculture equities that lie outside the mainstream.
Mosaic takes another step toward cutting ties with its one-time parent, Cargill.