Footnotes: The Credit Suisse Conspiracy; White Guys on Diversity; A History of Scandals | 05.19.14

Credit Suisse accused of criminal conspiracy U.S. authorities charged Credit Suisse with criminal conspiracy Monday, alleging the Swiss banking giant helped wealthy American clients evade U.S. taxes. A Virginia federal court filing in Alexandria accuses Credit Suisse of conspiring to in part "advise the preparation and presentation of false income tax returns and other documents to the Internal Revenue Service.'' [USA Today]

Why Jayson Werth always tips his hat to Ben Bernanke Go Nats! [WaPo]

Non-diverse Barry Melancon told a room of mostly non-diverse people the profession should be more diverse [AT]

Middle East CEOs are most upbeat about the future, says PwC [WSJ]

Trusty and unbiased Fox News did a poll and discovered Americans are less happy now than they were 10 years ago [Fox]

Here's a nice little timeline of Wall Street scandals, including a familiar face or two [DealBook]

Kid-shaming is now a thing on the Internet [Daily Mail]

 

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