1. Review: Chinatown


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    Quinns wants to cut you in on the steal of the century. You'll love it. How much money do you have on you, by the way? For more robbery, check out http://www.shutupandsitdown.com/

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    • Athens_Tyrannosaurus


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      • reDefine with Tamara Lackey Episode #102: David duChemin


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        Tamara talks with World & Humanitarian Photographer and Author David duChemin to discuss his intriguing transition into photography by way of twelve years as a comedian in show business, following theology school. As a passionate champion for people doing work they love, David offers candid glimpses into the highs and lows of his fast-moving photography career, shares exactly what it feels like to fall 30 feet onto concrete below - and relays some sage advice to those running small businesses.

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        • Episode 15 - How Millionaires Go Broke


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          Celebrity bankruptcies are as common as celebrity divorces, and they’re a lot more mystifying. How can professional athletes and silver screen megastars go broke when they’re hauling in millions each year?

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          • Elizabeth Warren on Fighting Back Against Wall St. Giants


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            The Massachusetts senator talks to Bill about taking on the entrenched political and Wall Street interests that have rigged the game against the rest of us.

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              Published on Aug 7, 2014 http://voc.tv/1veS8g0 Access to clean water should be a basic human right, but many homeowners in Detroit face one of the hardest decisions of their lives: use what little water they have for flushing the toilet—or for drinking. Vocativ just returned from the city, where some thousands of homeowners are coping with having their water shut off every week. The numbers get worse—many of those families are fighting monthly bills—demanding as much as $5,000—even as their water use has declined. This mini-documentary captures Detroit’s vicious cycle as its bankruptcy and blight are forcing even more people to flee the city. Even the United Nations has gotten involved, calling the water shutoffs a human rights violation. Vocativ speaks to the Water and Sewerage Department, a former water plant operator, a human rights advocate, and the families most affected by this crisis in the biggest city to ever file for bankruptcy.

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              • the enron scandal


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                The Enron scandal, revealed in October 2001, eventually led to the bankruptcy of the Enron Corporation, an American energy company based in Houston, Texas, and the de facto dissolution of Arthur Andersen, which was one of the five largest audit and accountancy partnerships in the world. In addition to being the largest bankruptcy reorganization in American history at that time, Enron was attributed as the biggest audit failure. Enron was formed in 1985 by Kenneth Lay after merging Houston Natural Gas and InterNorth. Several years later, when Jeffrey Skilling was hired, he developed a staff of executives that, by the use of accounting loopholes, special purpose entities, and poor financial reporting, were able to hide billions of dollars in debt from failed deals and projects. Chief Financial Officer Andrew Fastow and other executives not only misled Enron's board of directors and audit committee on high-risk accounting practices, but also pressured Andersen to ignore the issues. Shareholders lost nearly $11 billion when Enron's stock price, which achieved a high of US $90 per share in mid-2000, plummeted to less than $1 by the end of November 2001. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) began an investigation, and rival Houston competitor Dynegy offered to purchase the company at a very low price. The deal failed, and on December 2, 2001, Enron filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Enron's $63.4 billion in assets made it the largest corporate bankruptcy in U.S. history until WorldCom's bankruptcy the next year. Many executives at Enron were indicted for a variety of charges and were later sentenced to prison. Enron's auditor, Arthur Andersen, was found guilty in a United States District Court, but by the time the ruling was overturned at the U.S. Supreme Court, the company had lost the majority of its customers and had closed. Employees and shareholders received limited returns in lawsuits, despite losing billions in pensions and stock prices. As a consequence of the scandal, new regulations and legislation were enacted to expand the accuracy of financial reporting for public companies. One piece of legislation, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, increased penalties for destroying, altering, or fabricating records in federal investigations or for attempting to defraud shareholders. The act also increased the accountability of auditing firms to remain unbiased and independent of their clients. Enron's collapse may have begun half a world away, in Dabhol India. Mired in controversy from the get-go, the Dabhol project was an economic and human rights disaster.

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                • Infra-Tube: Start Fresh Today - One-Stop-Shop for Bankruptcy Filing


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                  Introduction, Overview and Application updates.

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                  • Total Vision: Start Fresh Today - How it Works...


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                    This video gives a clear understanding on how the Start Fresh Today application helps in the bankruptcy filing process for the debtors through its seamless integration between the products offered.

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                    • The Bankruptcy of Architecture


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                      Introductory video before our lecture Architecture to Construct Realities Beyond Buildings at KAM Workshops, the Bankruptcy of Architecture | Chania, Crete, [Venetian Arsenal] 18-27 august.

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