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He’s a boxing trainer whose wife dies because of a pharmaceutical company’s greed and malfeasance—and because she has cancer.
FROM STILLWATER TO SWEET GIRL, A NEW CROP OF MOVIES EXPLORES THE PLIGHT OF MODERN DADSBELINDA LUSCOMBEAUGUST 18, 2021TIME
Digital currencies will help governments fight malfeasance, smooth the transfer of assets across borders, and enable central banks to deal directly with citizens—especially helpful in times of crisis.
HOW CHINA’S DIGITAL CURRENCY COULD CHALLENGE THE ALMIGHTY DOLLARCHARLIE CAMPBELLAUGUST 11, 2021TIME
He seemed personally enraged by public malfeasance and corruption by public officials.
EDWARD T. POUND, TENACIOUS ‘OLD-SCHOOL’ INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER, DIES AT 77MATT SCHUDELJULY 29, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Its elections long have been flagged for malfeasance and misadministration.
NEW YORK'S MAYORAL RACE SHOWS THAT RANKED CHOICE VOTING WORKS—EVEN WITH SNAFUSKEVIN KOSAR AND ELAYNE ALLENJULY 10, 2021TIME
In this regard, the latest updates make it even more difficult for companies to get away with this type of malfeasance.
MARKETERS FRET AS APPLE’S HARDLINE STANCE ON TRACKING GETS FIRMERSEB JOSEPHJUNE 10, 2021DIGIDAY
In a Twitter thread last week, he identified examples of conservative or right-wing actors using invented or exaggerated malfeasance by the left to rationalize their own extremism.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN THAT REPUBLICANS KEEP BLAMING THE LEFT FOR JAN. 6?PHILIP BUMPMAY 28, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Fact Checker investigated at the time and the surveillance video — which comprises four security camera feeds — showed no irregularities, illegal behavior or evidence of malfeasance on behalf of poll workers.
STEFANIK DEFENDS ELECTION FALSEHOODS TOLD ON JAN. 6GLENN KESSLERMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Individuals who pay property taxes could also request an accounting of a town’s finances from a judge and raise legal claims of malfeasance, but experts said that’s probably a long shot.
“THE BALL WAS DROPPED BY ALL”: HOW COPS GOT MORE THAN $400,000 IN UNLAWFUL SICK DAY PAYOUTSBY ANDREW FORDMARCH 29, 2021PROPUBLICA
The NCAA’s handling of the women’s basketball tournament is either malpractice or malfeasance.
THE NCAA’S SHELL GAME IS THE REAL WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SCANDALSALLY JENKINSMARCH 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Specifically, individuals who come forward with evidence of financial malfeasance are entitled to receive up to 30% of money seized by the Treasury or Justice Departments when their information leads to successful law enforcement actions.
A QUIETLY PASSED LAW CRACKS DOWN ON SHELL COMPANIES TO COMBAT CORRUPTIONRACHEL SCHALLOMJANUARY 10, 2021FORTUNE
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