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U.S. Sues MortgageIt, Deutsche Bank
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The Department of Justice's civil fraud lawsuit against MortgageIt and Deutsche Bank seeking upwards of $2 billion struck me as newsworthy on at least two counts.

First, during the period in which Deutsche Bank's MortgageIt unit was allegedly defrauding the government and during which Deutsche Bank acquired the allegedly fraudulent mortgage unit for $430 million, a top in-house lawyer at Deutsche Bank was Robert Khuzami, who is now the director of enforcement at the SEC. Mr. Khuzami is not named in the suit or accused of any wrongdoing, but it sure will be interesting to see whether he had any role in the acquisition or in the transactions at issue.

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CNBC's Jim Cramer Recounts Living in His Car
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Jim Cramer is now known as a former hedge fund manager with degrees from Harvard and Harvard Law School, the host of CNBC's "Mad Money." But he spent six months in California living in his car with no driver's license, no home address, expired Florida license plates, and an unregistered handgun in the glove compartment.

Mr. Cramer's distinctly unglamorous roots were the subject of a talk he gave Saturday at the annual alumni lunch in Cambridge of the Harvard Crimson, the student newspaper. The financial journalist recalled his days at Harvard and his early work as a crime reporter, and he also had some advice to those seeking careers in the news business.

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CNBC's Jim Cramer Recounts Living in His Car
futureofcapitalism.com

Jim Cramer is now known as a former hedge fund manager with degrees from Harvard and Harvard Law School, the host of CNBC's "Mad Money." But he spent six months in California living in his car with no driver's license, no home address, expired Florida license plates, and an unregistered handgun in the glove compartment.

Mr. Cramer's distinctly unglamorous roots were the subject of a talk he gave Saturday at the annual alumni lunch in Cambridge of the Harvard Crimson, the student newspaper. The financial journalist recalled his days at Harvard and his early work as a crime reporter, and he also had some advice to those seeking careers in the news business.

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U.S. Sues MortgageIt, Deutsche Bank
futureofcapitalism.com

The Department of Justice's civil fraud lawsuit against MortgageIt and Deutsche Bank seeking upwards of $2 billion struck me as newsworthy on at least two counts.

First, during the period in which Deutsche Bank's MortgageIt unit was allegedly defrauding the government and during which Deutsche Bank acquired the allegedly fraudulent mortgage unit for $430 million, a top in-house lawyer at Deutsche Bank was Robert Khuzami, who is now the director of enforcement at the SEC. Mr. Khuzami is not named in the suit or accused of any wrongdoing, but it sure will be interesting to see whether he had any role in the acquisition or in the transactions at issue.

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