by Melissa Klein
Hollywood, Calif. -- Bribery, corruption, money laundering, financial statement fraud, the Enron whistleblower, and an accounting manger convicted of swindling $300,000 from his company. While its sounds like the ingredients for a potential potboiler at one of the nearby movie studios, those were some of the topics showcased at the Association of Certified Fraud Examiner's 13th Annual Fraud Conference & Trade Show.
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