• James Comey conducted FBI business using his personal Gmail account during the Clinton email investigation

    10 days ago - By Chron

    REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
    A report from the Department of Justice's inspector general details how former FBI Director James Comey and agent Peter Strzok used personal Gmail accounts for FBI business.
    Both Comey and Strzok forwarded government materials to their personal accounts on multiple occasions in a way that was inconsistent with official DOJ protocol.
    The use of personal email accounts occurred while the bureau was investigating Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email sever.
    Former FBI Director James Comey and agent Peter Strzok both used personal Gmail accounts to conduct FBI...
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  • Millennials and President Trump Are Making Companies Better Corporate Citizens

    10 days ago - By Fortune

    Pretty much any major corporation will tell you they're accountable to more than just shareholders these days. They also say-whether it be due to genuine concern, a bid to protect reputation, or a business-savvy appeal to millennials-that they answer to society, and they're accordingly pursuing more sustainable ways of doing business.
    Gabriela Ramos, chief of staff and sherpa to the G20 for the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, says this is how it should be. "The reality is, the challenges we're facing call for a joint effort of public and private sectors-everyone who...
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  • FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page reportedly exchanged text message saying 'we'll stop' Trump from becoming president

    10 days ago - By Chron

    Associated Press/Evan Vucci
    FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page reportedly exchanged a text message saying "we'll stop" Donald Trump from becoming president.
    Strzok and Page previously worked on the Russia investigation, and their names made headlines last year when it emerged they expressed anti-Trump and pro-Hillary Clinton views in messages to one another.
    While a highly anticipated report from inspector general Michael Horowitz will criticize the officials' conduct, he reportedly concluded there is no evidence that they acted improperly or tried to influence the outcome of the...
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