THE FBI LOOSELY DEFINES WHITE-collar
crime as "lying, cheating and stealing," and when the federal government suspects a business executive or government official of such a crime, it's time to call a lawyer who knows his--or her--way around the federal court system.
cn finds that Apple is monopolizing the white-collar
market, and its tablet computer in the white-collar
popularizing speed is surprising.
Professor Mike Levi, of Cardiff University's Centre for Crime, Law and Justice, has been elected vice-president of the US White-Collar
Crime Research Consortium.
employees in Taiwan work in management, administrative or higher technical-oriented jobs, with blue-collars mainly in clerical, production line operation, retail, assistance etc.
The Internet facilitates many types of white-collar
The agreement primarily covers the 2010 cost-cutting and personnel adjustment targets, which are part of a previously announced cost-cutting programme, for Finnair Catering's white-collar
13 October 2009 - Finnish national air carrier Finnair Oyj (HEL: FIA1S) said today that its subsidiary Finnair Catering Oy will cut 17 white-collar
jobs, after concluding an agreement with the unions.
The plant employs approximately 360 employees, of which 260 are blue-collar and 100 are white-collar
Meanwhile, a separate study published today shows factory and other blue-collar workers have been hit harder than white-collar
staff by rising levels of unemployment.
crime has its tentacles across the entire world and stimulates other major crimes such as insurrection leading to rape, mutilation and murder.
group comprises engineers, doctors, lawyers and bankers who head to labour accommodation sites to indulge in petty gambling.
Her Maryland colleague Prof David Weisburd (a great name for a professor) is also an expert in white-collar