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The Sociopathic Business Model™

Rand Paul DO NOT Meet with Startup Gods of Frauds

July 14, 2014 As pointed out on this site previously, these tech founders may believe their own hype but we shouldn't be blinded by the billions they've made, especially if those billions were founded on fraud, like Mark Zuckerberg or Sean Parker.  And Parker already has...

Men Behaving Badly: The Startup Edition

March 9, 2015 Updated:  Ellen Pao gets her day in court July 5, 2014 Bloodhound and Grooveshark now added to the ever growing list of startups behaving badly; and,  Tinder sued by their former female VP of Marketing for sex discrimination & retaliation is what's needed to keep drilling home how...

“Federal Employee of the Year” Now Facing Federal Charges!

June 27, 2014 If you're in the San Jose, CA area and missing collectibles, Playboys, cash, drugs, electronics, jewelry, rare coins, and precious metals, you may have 52-year-old U.S. Postal Inspector and 2012 Federal Employee of the Year to thank.  He directed his employees at the distribution center to...

UPDATED: Allergan, Valeant & Johnson & Johnson: Back Door Deals? Antitrust Laws?

June 23, 2014 Hey maybe someboday is paying attention!  Well at least seven U.S. senators are finally asking the right questions.  Keep Digging! UPDATED: June 26, 2014 Bloomberg-Sonali Basak Seven U.S. senators are asking federal regulators to review the potential impact of a hostile takeover by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International...

WHEN WILL THE US BAN TRANSVAGINAL MESH?

June 20, 2014 One day after one of the country’s health boards voted to ban transvaginal mesh use in that country, Scotland’s Health Secretary Alex Neil has requested the use of mesh implants stop in Scotland until an investigation into mesh complications is conducted.  About 1,500...

“Right To Be Forgotten” vs. Forced Accountability

June 19, 2014 From Tech Dirt: Following the ridiculous right to be forgotten ruling in the EU Court of Justice last month, we knew that it would open the floodgates to crazy requests from people trying to take down embarrassing things about them online. Immediately after the ruling, politicians...