by Paul R. Brazina and Bruce A. Leauby

In its “Report to the Nation” on fraud and white-collar crime, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimated that 6 percent of revenue was lost in 2002 as a result of occupational fraud, which includes corruption, asset misappropriation and fraudulent financial reporting.

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