We here at New Products, being dedicated to our life of crime, should reverse-engineer the second edition of Fraud 101 and figure out how to commit the ultimate investigation-proof business scam. For those with a less felonious frame of mind, the book offers step-by-step guidance on how to detect and investigate fraud in all its many guises, from "ghost vendors" to Enron- and WorldCom-style mega-frauds.
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