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Novel on Wall Street corruption curdles tempers

Bloomberg News, Manuela Hoelterhoff
Apr 4 2014 - 8:35pm

NEW YORK -- Somewhere in New Jersey near the now famous 1 1/2-inch black plastic tube running in a stressfully straight line to a data center outside Chicago, a broke Sergey Aleynikov wonders if he's going back to jail for supposedly stealing a bit of mysterious high-frequency-trading computer code from Goldman Sachs. His surreal plight got...

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Novel on Wall Street corruption curdles tempers

Bloomberg News, Manuela Hoelterhoff
Apr 4 2014 - 8:35pm

NEW YORK -- Somewhere in New Jersey near the now famous 1 1/2-inch black plastic tube running in a stressfully straight line to a data center outside Chicago, a broke Sergey Aleynikov wonders if he's going back to jail for supposedly stealing a bit of mysterious high-frequency-trading computer code from Goldman Sachs. His surreal plight got...

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Phone scammer calls wrong number in Centerville

Francine Giani talks on speakerphone with a scammer while her father, Sal Giani, 88, listens Tuesday in Centerville. Sal Giani received a call that his grandson was in jail and needed to be bailed out by having money sent to the Dominican Republic. While waiting for the man, who said he’d call back to see if he’d wired the funds, Giani called his daughter, who is the executive director of the Utah Department of Commerce. She says her nephew was actually fine and at work, and warns that the “grandson scam” is making a comeback. (NICK SHORT/Standard-Examiner)

Loretta Park
Apr 10 2013 - 6:48am

CENTERVILLE -- One phone call to his daughter saved Sal Giani from losing $1,800 to a con artist.His daughter, Francine Giani, executive director of the Department of Commerce, was on hand Tuesday to talk to a man claiming to be a bail bondsman for her nephew. "The grandson scam is coming out again, and we want our seniors and their families not...

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Phone scammer calls wrong number in Centerville

Francine Giani talks on speakerphone with a scammer while her father, Sal Giani, 88, listens Tuesday in Centerville. Sal Giani received a call that his grandson was in jail and needed to be bailed out by having money sent to the Dominican Republic. While waiting for the man, who said he’d call back to see if he’d wired the funds, Giani called his daughter, who is the executive director of the Utah Department of Commerce. She says her nephew was actually fine and at work, and warns that the “grandson scam” is making a comeback. (NICK SHORT/Standard-Examiner)

Loretta Park
Apr 10 2013 - 6:48am

CENTERVILLE -- One phone call to his daughter saved Sal Giani from losing $1,800 to a con artist.His daughter, Francine Giani, executive director of the Department of Commerce, was on hand Tuesday to talk to a man claiming to be a bail bondsman for her nephew. "The grandson scam is coming out again, and we want our seniors and their families not...

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