When to Go Above The Boss's Head

His story is exemplary of the whistleblower-like firings and resignations that have graced headlines since the days of Enron.


Top Manhattan art gallery accused of selling fake article

Pierre Lagrange, a co-founder of GLG Partners Inc., said in a complaint filed yesterday in Manhattan federal court that he paid $17 million for a painting called "Untitled 1950" from Knoedler in November 2007 that the gallery said was by Pollock


Top wealth firm in £10k trail dispute with Massow

In 2004, Muston had set up a £200,000 trust fund through an IFA in Birmingham, which was later taken over by Barclays Wealth. Aviva, the fund provider, then paid an initial commission of £5,000 to the IFA.


Swiss not aware of US accusation details - Pictet

Swiss banks need to know what the U.S. is accusing them of to be able to negotiate a solution, Nicolas Pictet, president of the Swiss private banking association and a managing partner at Pictet & Cie. told Aargauer Zeitung in an interview.


Germany's Greens push for higher tax on rich

The Greens have been riding high in opinion polls and could be well-positioned to form a coalition with their preferred partners, the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD), or Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives (CDU/CSU).


Sars gunning for super-rich

Earlier this year, Sars announced that only 360 individuals earning more than R7-million a year, or with assets in excess of R75-million, were registered to pay tax.