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3 Solutions for Ecommerce Merchants Fighting Fraud
Ecommerce

3 Solutions for Ecommerce Merchants Fighting Fraud

Fraud is a costly problem, but clumsy fraud prevention that rejects legitimate purchasers are not cheap, either.
Shoshanah Posner
Why Embezzlement Most Often Occurs at Small Businesses -- and How to Prevent It From Happening to You
Fraud

Why Embezzlement Most Often Occurs at Small Businesses -- and How to Prevent It From Happening to You

A recent survey shows 80 percent of embezzlements occurred at small businesses.
Ken Springer
Online Criminals Are Tricking Entrepreneurs Into Doing Their Dirty Work
Fraud

Online Criminals Are Tricking Entrepreneurs Into Doing Their Dirty Work

Cyber-crooks skillfully launder money through unwitting legitimate online storefronts, creating major legal liabilities for careless entrepreneurs.
Ron Teicher
The 5 Most Common Fraud Scenarios for Small Businesses
Fraud

The 5 Most Common Fraud Scenarios for Small Businesses

Owners must maintain a high degree of crucial oversight over their financial affairs.
David Nicholls
The Best and Worst Banks of 2016 -- What Entrepreneurs Should Know
Small-business Banking

The Best and Worst Banks of 2016 -- What Entrepreneurs Should Know

The new federal agency that protects Americans against fraudulent financial products and practices has 679,000 complaints against 3,000 financial companies. Is yours one of them?
Alex Coleman
38 Crucial Tips to Prevent Card Fraud (Infographic)
Infographics

38 Crucial Tips to Prevent Card Fraud (Infographic)

Make sure your purchases are safe and secure this holiday season.
Rose Leadem
6 Steps to Avoid Becoming the Victim of 'Advance-Fee' Fraud
Fraud

6 Steps to Avoid Becoming the Victim of 'Advance-Fee' Fraud

Always listen to your gut when it says, "This whole thing seems too good to be true." And school yourself on "419" scams.
John Canfield
The Frightening Potential of Hackers Disrupting the Ballot
Election 2016

The Frightening Potential of Hackers Disrupting the Ballot

The cybersecurity worries of private business pale compared to the potential of hackers undermining trust in an accurate vote count.
Chris Wysopal
Why Most CEOs Are Frauds
CEOs

Why Most CEOs Are Frauds

Calling yourself a CEO doesn't make you one.
Steve Tobak
A Startup Burned Through $700,000 in 10 Months Then Lied About Back Pay, Former Employees Say
Run a Better Business

A Startup Burned Through $700,000 in 10 Months Then Lied About Back Pay, Former Employees Say

A marketing professional with a one-month career at a Silicon Valley startup shared a detailed account of one of the ugliest startup stories we've ever heard.
Julie Bort
How Ad Fraud Ruins the Internet
Advertising

How Ad Fraud Ruins the Internet

Ad fraud is infiltrating the Internet, and it affects every single one of us.
Eli Martin
Facebook 'Spam King' Sentenced to More Than 2 Years in Prison
Spam

Facebook 'Spam King' Sentenced to More Than 2 Years in Prison

Sanford Wallace compromised 500,000 Facebook accounts and sent more than 27 million spam messages.
U.S. Judge Rules Texas Tycoon Committed Tax Fraud
Fraud

U.S. Judge Rules Texas Tycoon Committed Tax Fraud

Judge Barbara Houser ruled that there was 'clear and convincing evidence' Sam Wyly committed tax fraud, rejecting his arguments that he relied on professional advisers to vet the offshore system.
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