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Greg Reyes

Regulators, academics, journalists, and prosecutors sent a stellar businessman to prison. That's the story Roger Donway tells in Rich-Hunt and a continuing series of articles.



Available now: Rich-Hunt: The Backdated Options Frenzy and the Ordeal of Greg Reyes 
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Hobby Lobby: Corporations' rights protect individuals' rights

Buckyballs CEO Zucker: settlement Pursuing a profit does not mean giving up your other values, not even if you do it by means of a corporation. That’s the most important meaning of today’s Supreme Court decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby. Read more >


The Buckyballs Settlement: A Loss All Around? 

Buckyballs CEO Zucker: settlement The CPSC says the settlement’s "intended to protect children and teenagers." Zucker says he hopes the CPSC has learned a lesson. Both sides want us to think they’ve won. But Zucker lost, and so did the rest of us. Read more >


Innocents in Prison? No kidding, Judge Rakoff!

Judge Jed Rakoff James J. Treacy innocent prisonJames J. Treacy, former CEO of Monster Worldwide:  "One of the most powerful “chips” in the prosecutor’s pile is the cooperator, an effectively coerced, bribed, and programmable piece of “evidence.” It’s a “chip” of which Judge Rakoff has long been a leading champion."
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Facing Prosecution and Prison with Integrity

James Fleishman paid a steep price to maintain his integrity but the price was worth it. He didn’t lose himself.  Read more >