A rational reaction plan

Allan, Roddy
September 2002
CA Magazine;Sep2002, Vol. 135 Issue 7, p36
Trade Publication
Discusses guidelines for investigating business fraud. Prevention of losses; Determination of how much has been lost; Identification of the persons involved in the crime.


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