“Investments – Media - Fraud and Terrorism”
February 25, 2010
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
Join special Guest Host Rebecca Carr on Capital Thinking this week as we talk to Nancy McLernon, head of the Organization for International Investment, about jobs created by U.S. subsidiaries of companies headquartered abroad. Next, we discuss the pros and cons of Comcast’s proposed acquisition of NBC Universal with Craig Aaron from Free Press, a nonpartisan organization working to reform the media. Sam Rosenthal comes on to talk about his recent court win for the North American Money Transfer, Inc. The U.S. District Court in Detroit recent dismissed all charges against NAMT in a federal investigation alleging food-stamp fraud. And finally, we talk terrorism with Todd Harrison, focusing on Najibullah Zazi’s guilty plea for supporting al Qaeda in a plot to bomb New York's subways. Todd is the former deputy chief of the terrorism unit in the US. Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn.
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