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John Kinnucan
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Bloomberg News has a profile of John Kinnucan, the stock analyst who says he refused to participate in an FBI operation against a client. At least two points struck me as interesting. From the Bloomberg article:

His outspokenness may come with a price.

"He's violating rule number one: don't do anything that might upset the prosecutors," said Andrew Stoltmann, a securities lawyer in Chicago.

That "rule" may be good practical advice for clients facing potential prosecution, but it doesn't exactly a encourage a robust public debate about prosecutorial tactics or the rule of law.

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Alice Handy's Shoes and Hair
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Bloomberg News has a profile of Alice Handy, whose firm, Investure LLC, manages money for Smith, Barnard, Trinity, and Middlebury Colleges, as well as the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and a few other non-profits. The article includes this sentence: "A trim woman who wears her hair short, she hits the road in sensible shoes and understated jewelry." When was the last time you saw a Bloomberg profile of a male money manager that mentioned his shoes or his hair? If her footwear or hair were extraordinary they might be worth mentioning, but otherwise, what's the justification?

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John Kinnucan
futureofcapitalism.com

Bloomberg News has a profile of John Kinnucan, the stock analyst who says he refused to participate in an FBI operation against a client. At least two points struck me as interesting. From the Bloomberg article:

His outspokenness may come with a price.

"He's violating rule number one: don't do anything that might upset the prosecutors," said Andrew Stoltmann, a securities lawyer in Chicago.

That "rule" may be good practical advice for clients facing potential prosecution, but it doesn't exactly a encourage a robust public debate about prosecutorial tactics or the rule of law.

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Alice Handy's Shoes and Hair
futureofcapitalism.com

Bloomberg News has a profile of Alice Handy, whose firm, Investure LLC, manages money for Smith, Barnard, Trinity, and Middlebury Colleges, as well as the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and a few other non-profits. The article includes this sentence: "A trim woman who wears her hair short, she hits the road in sensible shoes and understated jewelry." When was the last time you saw a Bloomberg profile of a male money manager that mentioned his shoes or his hair? If her footwear or hair were extraordinary they might be worth mentioning, but otherwise, what's the justification?

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