Newspapers are probably the cleanest category. As someone who is not in the newspaper business argued, that's probably part of the reason newspapers are dying. It's not just a leadership issue.
He also said the problem started growing as employees who worked overseas, where rebates are often totally fine with clients, came to work U.S. positions:
... I saw people being moved to what I'll call 'trading positions' here in the U.S. from overseas, where this was running rampant.
I've always been pretty good at calling a market, and I called the market as this was going to be something that I didn't want to be a party to, because of the way I was brought up and my ethical and moral compass. I didn't want to be sucked into this vortex of bad stuff, so I decided to get the hell out of Dodge.
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