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When Will Wall Street Learn to Put the Customer’s Interests First?

Two recent examples of Wall Street’s abuse of its customers prove that Wall Street still doesn’t get it. The customer comes first, not the firm or the broker.   It’s no wonder that first up is Wells Fargo, which has been dogged … Continue reading

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The Cost of Policing Facebook and Twitter Is Spooking Wall St. It Shouldn’t.

The performance of social media companies depends on avoiding scandals and protecting users. Will investors come to see that? Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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Is The Writing On The Wall For Prop 65?

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Wall Street Journal Fact Checking Quiz

Today's Wall Street Journal  (July 6, 2018) includes the following sentences in a editorial about the departure of EPA Administrator:                Press dispatches have suggested that he misused private air travel, sent staff onpersonal … Continue reading

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A Suicide on Wall Street — and — The Human Factor on Wall Street

GUEST BLOG: A Suicide On Wall Street (BrokeAndBroker.com Blog) http://www.rrbdlaw.com/4027/securities-industry-commentator/Today's BrokeAndBroker.com Blog presents a "Guest Blog" reprinted from an email, which was sent to us by an individual who prefers to maintain his anonymity and has asked to be known only as … Continue reading

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