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Reporter, Corruption Currents — Wall Street Journal

WSJ reporter; opinions are my own. Also tweeting at @WSJRisk. Stories here t.co/qux1rnvWph. Shalom to all my fans; salute to all my haters.

A FIFA Fiasco: Accusations Lead To Investigations, An Election On The Brink

blogs.wsj.com — Soccer's global governing body, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association, said it is opening an investigation into claims that its president, Joseph "Sepp" Blatter, knew of alleged payments made to influence a coming election to lead the organization, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Corruption Currents: Pakistan Arrests Alleged Diploma Mill CEO

blogs.wsj.com — Pakistani investigators arrested the chief executive of Axact, a software company accused of running a global diploma mill, after discovering a storage room filled with blank fake degrees.

FIFA Fiasco: Activists Say FIFA Must Dump Blatter

blogs.wsj.com — FIFA's myriad scandals hit a new level Wednesday, and activists say the body's leader, embattled President Joseph "Sepp" Blatter, has to resign.

FIFA Upholds Ban On Officials For Bribery

blogs.wsj.com — Kambou Sia/Agence France-Presse/Getty ImagesOne official, Amos Adamu, a former Nigerian government sports minister, was banned in November for three years. As the most senior FIFA official punished for bribery, the appeal committee confirmed FIFA's ruling that Adamu sought payments from British undercover reporters who posed as lobbyists.

Corruption Currents: Americans Find Ways to Cuba Despite Tourism Ban

blogs.wsj.com — A daily roundup of corruption news from across the Web. We also provide a daily roundup of important risk & compliance stories via our daily newsletter, The Morning Risk Report, which readers can sign up for here . Follow us on Twitter at @WSJRisk. Bribery: A U.S.

Corruption Currents: U.S. Sanctions Architect Says Iran Program Could Backfire

blogs.wsj.com — A daily roundup of corruption news from across the Web. We also provide a daily roundup of important risk & compliance stories via our daily newsletter, The Morning Risk Report, which readers can sign up for here . Follow us on Twitter at @WSJRisk.

U.S. Treasury Targets Colombian Maritime Cocaine Traffickers

blogs.wsj.com — The U.S. Department of Treasury said Friday it placed Kingpin Act sanctions on a Colombian drug trafficking network that specializes in transporting cocaine shipments via "go-fast boats."

U.S. Authorizes Free Communications, Software Exports to Crimea

Corruption Currents: Money Continues Flowing to Somalia

Florida Bank Scores Cuba Government Account

blogs.wsj.com — Stonegate Bank, a small bank with locations across south Florida, has agreed to open an account for the Cuban government, its chief executive said.
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May 28, 2015

@ElijahKSpector you're going to hear a lot from your hometown about this soon, though. the local team is ascending!

May 28, 2015

@ElijahKSpector "we want to bring a championship to the bay area" has to mean something, though, right?

May 27, 2015

probably more excited for this NBA Finals than any I've been in the last several years

May 27, 2015

RT @HerringWSJ: Good for Mark Jackson to credit Kerr, who's done an amazing job this season.

May 27, 2015

wowwww Harden with the exclamation point there, dribbling off his foot!

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