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June 09, 2010


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I guess people were okay with "rogue traders" as long as there was no money being lost.

Kim Krawiec

I'm with you, Joe.

Miriam A. Cherry

Actually, I really can't wait and I'm not being sarcastic. I find this area fascinating and was intrigued by your article on rogue trading. (I had a case involving an allegation of rogue trading back when I was in practice, oh, seven years ago...) Keep up the good work!

Kim Krawiec

Ah, so *you're* the one who read it! Thanks for the kind words. Actually, I'm not that surprised that you'd be interested in the case, given your work on incentives and compensation in organizations. If you were here, we could have a Jerome Kerviel party -- what fun.

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