S&P Index Manager Charged With Insider Trading Scheme

Could it be true that after all the arrests, fines, ruined careers and incarcerations resulting from the insider trading scandals of a few years ago, not to mention the advanced technology and systems in place to identify any perpetrator foolish…

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Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli Get Prison in College Admissions Case

The “College Admissions Scandal” is back, as Lori Laughlin and husband Massimo Giannulli return to the headlines about their respective prison sentences. It is instructive in that it has taken this long to get the official word, which is just part…

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New York Has Tamed the Virus. Can It Hold Off a Second Wave?

It is much easier these days to find examples about how “What Goes Around…” does indeed “Come Around,” from the negative side of the ledger. So it is with pleasure that I’m able to throw in this prime example of how the “law” works both ways. Add…

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The Week Old Hollywood Finally Actually Died

For decades, the best thing about being a Hollywood executive, really, was how you got fired. Studio executives would be gradually, gently, even lovingly, nudged aside, given months to shape their own narratives and find new work, or even promoted.…

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The Virus Turns Midtown Into a Ghost Town Causing an Economic Crisis

Editors and account managers at the Time & Life Building in Midtown Manhattan could once walk out through the modernist lobby and into a thriving ecosystem that existed in support of the offices above. They could shop for designer shirts or shoes,…

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The Sad Sacklers Are Back In the News

There is a concern, as expressed in this OP-ED article in the NY Times, that the villainous Sackler family who owns Purdue Pharma, maker of the OxyCotin pain-killer that was responsible for the opioid epidemic in America and the deaths of more than…

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Rob Davis and Help for Children

Some information about Rob, the philanthropy he established in 1998 "Help For Children / Hedge Funds Care,” and more. What began as a single event in NYC is now an international organization with chapters in twelve cities and six countries, which…

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Police the Good and the Bad

Oh my gosh, it is so interesting how this all works! This NY Times article tells such a story! Its the explanation of how a police officer who has been on the Force for years could find himself so mesmerized and blinded by his stature as a senior…

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Lionhearted Girl Bikes Dad Across India Inspiring a Nation

The purpose of this blog is to explore real-life events that prove the truth of the title of this book. To do so we often use stories about bad people doing bad things that are eventually revealed and punished. How great it is, to have the pleasure…

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Robs Blog

Robs Blog

This blog is where I express things going on around me that confirm my belief that “What Goes Around Comes Around,” the title of my book!  We all use those words in observation of others but may not, possibly to our misfortune, apply them to ourselves. Please let me know if you see what I see, or it’s just me battling windmills.

Robs Blog

Robs Blog