Leonhardt, Megan
January 2014
REP.;Jan2014, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p14
The article reports on frauds committed in the U.S. by David Lisnek, an author on investing, who is in prison for swindling 65,000 dollars from a client and William D. Chapman, owner of an investment firm, who will face a prison term for indulging in a stock scam of 270 million dollars.


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